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Miller Electric Kabola Keeps Wind Farm

Vessel Crews Warm

Showcases Weld Quality,

Kabola has installed its 136,000 Btu,

Productivity and Safety

KB 75 series hydronic heating sys-

Miller Electric’s product innovations tems aboard Atlantic Pioneer, a wind include ArcReach multiprocess weld- farm support vessel. The vessel’s ing systems which allow welding op- heating system had to be robust, reli- erators to change welding parameters able, light weight, low emission and at the weld joint without the use of

Sennebogen Worry-Free Elec- rated for continuous duty. The KB tric-Drive Material Handlers control cables, helping to improve series rely on a super high ef? ciency productivity for stick, TIG, MIG and Sennebogen purpose-built material burner, with low ? u gas tempera- ? ux-cored welding by eliminating handlers are an indispensable part of tures, production of soot, nitrogen unnecessary trips to the power source bulk handling. The crawler-mount- oxides and other harmful emissions. and providing greater arc-on time. ed SENNEBOGEN 830 electric-

This encourages best-practice while drive has a robust boom range of also improving safety by reducing 55’8”, allowing reach to the farthest tripping hazards and operator fatigue. edges of barges. The electric unit is emission-free, and there is zero chance of nightmarish fuel leaks.

The electric 830 delivers fuel savings, a 50% reduction in operating costs, maintenance intervals are longer, and hydraulic components last longer.

MagnaShear Hazardous

Honda Marine Debuts

Duty Brakes

New BF4, BF5 and BF6 4-stroke Engines New MagnaShear hazardous duty

Portability, performance and reli- brakes from Force Control Indus- ability are the hallmarks of Honda tries employ oil shear technology to

Marine’s redesigned portable engine provide longer service life with virtu- models, the BF4, BF5 and BF6 ally no maintenance or adjustment. 4-stroke outboards. Packed with the Now meeting Class I and Class II latest technology, the 127cc 4-stroke, Div 2 speci? cations, MagnaShear single cylinder engines offer the motor brakes can be sized to the cor-

Beijer Electronics X2 choice of four horsepower (BF4), ? ve rect torque independent of the mo-

Marine Panel Family horsepower (BF5) or six horsepower tor frame size or horsepower, with

Beijer Electronics’ X2 marine fam- (BF6). All three engines are available “quick mount” features for drive mo- ily of high performance panels are with either a short (15 inch/38 cm) tors in NEMA frame sizes 56 to 405. available in 7 and 15”. The panels or long (20 inch/51 cm) shaft. are UL and CE approved, certi? ed by DNV-GL, ABS, LR, and KR, and have optional hi-bright displays and integrated CODESYS control.

The X2 marine family X2 marine panels offer user-friendly, reliable operation offshore, on ships and in other maritime applications. 105 MN

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