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You can specify main system oil, auxiliary diesel oilf air compressor oil, turbocharger oil, steering gear oil, gear oil, stern tube bearing oil, and variable-pitch propeller oil.

You may be using one oil for motorship main sys- tem lubrication, another oil for auxiliaries.

Shell MELINA Oil could take care of both.

You may be using an assortment of oils for other shipboard machinery.

Shell MELINA Oil can take care of most other shipboard machinery.

Result: MELINA Oil may help you save a considerable amount of money.

Consider the potential savings from bulk handling. The more applications you find, the greater your opportunities for buying in bulk.

Consider the problems you have with drums.

When you lift MELINA in bulk, you get fast, safe de- livery and clean, secure storage in your own tanks.

Consider that MELINA Oil is available in bulk at 13 major U. S. ports—pumped directly into your tanks from waterside or pierside—whichever works best for you. (Standard Boat Co., Shell's distributor in N.Y. Harbor, pumps MELINA Oil aboard motor- ships from 450-gallon "jumbo drums"—see photo above—carried on a lighter or truck.)

Consider your motorships of the future.

MELINA makes it possible to greatly simplify ship- board lube oil storage and distribution systems. Re- sult: important cost savings in ship design, equip- ment and maintenance.

You get these benefits because MELINA Oil

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