Karl Senner Offers Free Color Brochure On Reintjes Marine Gearboxes
Karl Senner Inc., Kenner, La., the North American distributor of Reintjes marine gears, is offering a free color brochure on Reintjes marine gearboxes.
The colorful publication offers a bevy of information on the West German-based Reintjes marine gearboxes, from reverse reduction gearboxes for fast vessels (Type WVS) to twin input single output reduction gearboxes with built-in hydraulically operated clutches (Type DVAL). The brochure also contains text, configuration diagrams and color photographs on Reintjes reverse reduction gearboxes for workboats (Types WAF, WAV, and WGV); two-speed reverse reduction gearboxes for workboats (Type ZWAV); reduction gearboxes for workboats (Type VA/ SVA); reduction gearboxes with built-in hydraulically operated clutch for workboats (Type VAL); and twin input single output reduction gearboxes for workboats (Type DVA).
All the gearboxes use carburized and ground wheels, internal hydraulic clutches and are available in vertical, horizontal or coaxial (in-line) configurations. Karl Senner, Inc.
also offers combining gears for multiple engine applications, gears for reversible engines and gears for use with controllable pitch propeller systems.
The brochure points out that Reintjes gearboxes, which are among the finest in the world, can be found on a large variety of vessels.
The back cover of the publication displays several vessels equipped with Reintjes gearboxes including the customs boat Zeevalk with two high-speed reverse reduction gears (Type WVS); the freighter Sloman Ranger with two reverse reduction gears (Type WAV); and the luxury cruising vessel Berlin with two reduction gears with hydraulically operated clutch (Type VAL).
Eisenwerke Reintjes GmbH, Hameln, West Germany, have been building marine gearboxes for more than 50 years. More than 60,000 Reintjes gearboxes are in service around the world.
Karl Senner, Inc. has been in business since 1972, and has sold nearly 1,500 gearboxes ranging from 100-10,000 hp. The company also maintains a 24-hour parts and service system that is one of the finest in the world.
For a free copy of the full-color brochure or further information on Reintjes gearboxes distributed by Karl Senner, Circle 54 on Reader Service Card
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