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John Detter Named V.P.
Of Manufacturing At CRC
CRC Pipeline Equipment, Hou- ston, Texas, has appointed John
Detter as vice president-manu- facturing. Wynn Norris, presi- dent of CRC made the announce- ment. Mr. Detter, formerly plant manager, will be in charge of all plant operations at the compa- ny's Tulsa, Okla. facility.
CRC Pipeline Equipment is a division of the Houston-based
Crutcher Resources Corporation and engages in the manufacture, sales and service of specialized pipeline construction equipment.
Hayward Expands Line Of
High Pressure Strainers —Literature Available
Hayward Industrial Products,
Inc., of Elizabeth, N.J., one of the country's leading manufac- turers of pipeline strainers, has expanded its line of high pres- sure, cast-steel basket strainers by adding three new types of end connections.
Previously available in 1 to 4-inch with flanged end connec- tions, Hayward high pressure strainers are now available in 1-inch, lV2-inch and 2-inch with threaded, socket and butt weld end connections. Hayward high- pressure strainers are available in both Duplex and Simplex mod- els. Both models have bolted cov- ers and are designed with legs for bolting to floor or deck. Du- plex models offer the advantage of uninterrupted flow.
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SNAME To Play Major Role
In Converting Milspecs
To Commercial Standards
The Society of Naval Archi- tects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) in cooperation with the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), and the American
Society for Testing and Mate- rials (ASTM), is going to make a major effort to help develop more U.S. Shipbuilding Stand- ards.
The Technical and Research (T&R) Steering Committee of the society has approved a plan for technical experts of the T&R panels to review and update se- lected naval specifications and standard drawings before their development into voluntary ship- building standards. This will serve to speed up the National
Shipbuilding Standards Program.
There are many thousands of
MILSPECS, a portion of which are ideal for converting into commercial shipbuilding stand- ards. SNAME will do the job of updating with the aid of T&R volunteers, and turn them over to the ASTM Committee F-25 on shipbuilding for development into published standards.
SNAME officials said it is an accepted fact that an extensive and comprehensive set of ship- building standards can be instru- mental in lowering costs and im- proving the shipbuilding process.
The ASTM program to develop shipbuilding standards was be- gun in 1977 with the reactiva- tion of the SNAME Panel SP-6 (Standards and Specifications) of the Ship Production Committee of the society. Panel SP-6 has been serving as the industry's guidance committee as the stand- ards are being developed through
ASTM consensus process and published by that organization.
Panel SP-6 will serve as
SNAME's control committee on this expanded program of com- mercializing the MILSPECS, co- ordinating the flow through the
SNAME organization to the
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