Tech Briefs

Insulation saves space

UK-based marine engineering company Halyard has launched Heat Shell, a thermal insulation product that removes the need for thermal insulation jackets on exhaust systems. Heat Shell is a glass webbing…

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Navigation data available on smart phone

UK-based Digital Yacht launched at METS its AquaWear range of wireless data servers, which brings navigation data to a smart phone. The new WLN20 was nominated for a DAME design…

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Concave vent filter boosts odor removal

Dometic Marine has redesigned its SeaLand ECO vent filter that removes odors from a boat sanitation system’s holding tank vent line. The new filter design forces more malodorous air to…

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Naiad launches electric stabilizers

Connecticut-based Naiad Dynamics, a manufacturer of ship motion control technologies, has introduced the first products in a new line of electric-powered stabilizer systems for use on ships operating both AtSpeed…

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Plan B new Northern Lights dealer

Parts & Power, the British Virgin Islands-based Caribbean distributor for industrial and marine products and brands, has appointed Plan B Generators in St. Thomas as a a new dealer for…

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NMEA picks product winners

The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) has named 11 products in nine categories as winners of the 2014 NMEA Product Awards. For the ninth straight year, Furuno USA was once…

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Lifejackets fitted with smallest AIS man overboard system

UK-based International Safety Products (ISP) launched a series of new lifejackets fitted with the world’s smallest AIS man overboard systems. ISP partnered with electronic engineering and maritime communications specialist Ocean…

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Chrome alternative launched

Amsterdam-based AkzoNobel Performance Coatings has introduced a metallic powder coating that provides a sustainable and cost-effective alternative to chrome plating. Interpon Cr, part of AkzoNobel’s Interpon powder coatings range, combines…

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MTU launches speed-based power

Germany-based Rolls-Royce launched its new MTU Series 2000 M96 yacht engine generation, which complies with the U.S. EPA’s Tier 3 regulations. The MTU brand is owned by Rolls-Royce Power Systems,…

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Retractable glass roof debuts

New York-based Taylor Made Systems has introduced a new range of glass sunroof systems. Sliding glass sunroofs provide a watertight skylight when closed and a fresh-air experience when open. The…

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