Page 19: of Maritime Reporter Magazine (August 15, 1971)

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Pack more economical power into less engine room with Colt-Pielstick Diesels

The new Falcon fleet of

U.S.-built tankers puts to sea.

The Four Falcon Tankers—37,276 dwt with 15,000 BHP.—set the pace for new

U.S. Flag merchant vessels. They are the first large U.S. ships to answer the demand for greater cargo space with big diesel power tucked into small space.

And do it with Pielstick diesels from

Colt Industries.

The Pielstick PC-2 is the world's most widely used medium-speed, high horsepower marine diesel engine.

Ratings from 4,000 to 9,000 hp., and in 8 to 18 cylinder "V" engines.

The Colt-Pielstick is more economical than steam or gas turbines. With savings proved in merchant marine service around the world. And, it is also more compact and lighter in weight than steam turbine plants, which allows for the design of larger payloads through smaller engine rooms, far aft installations, greater flexibility of machinery arrangements. And every unit is backed by a world-wide service organization with facilities in most major ports.

Since 1913, our Fairbanks Morse diesels have provided the finest in marine propulsion. Now, the Colt-Pielstick diesels answer the demand for higher horsepower and economical propulsion requirements.

Write today for the new Colt-Pielstick color brochure. Colt Industries, Power

Systems Division, Beloit, Wisconsin 53511 *S.E.M.T.-Pielstick is a registered trademark of

Societe d'Etudes de Machines Thermiques,

Paris, France.

Colt Industries

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