AER SUPPLY TO PROVIDE WATERMAKERS FOR U.S. MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND SHIPS

Marine Equipment Products and Services — By on December 7, 2012 at 3:09 AM

SEABROOK, Texas – Dec. 6, 2012 – (Marine NewsWire) AER Supply Ltd. (AER), an international distributor of marine systems and products, has received orders and delivered to the U.S. Military Sealift Command high-capacity watermakers for six Combat Logistics Force ships.

Under the contract, AER supplied Sea Recovery Tasman Sea T-2 series desalination systems on the USNS Matthew Perry, USNS Amelia Earhart, USNS Richard E. Byrd, USNS Charles Drew, USNS Alan Shepard and USNS Robert E. Peary. AER will oversee all aspects of installation, commissioning, start up and crew training for the units.

The Tasman Sea T-2 units have a production capacity of 60-cubic meters of fresh water per day with fully automatic operation and minimal maintenance.

“These rugged systems from Sea Recovery Corporation are designed and built specifically for the needs of commercial and industrial applications, ” said Richard Miller, managing partner of AER. “They are constructed to be safe and easy to operate. Their innovative features such as touch screen interfaces and automated maintenance functions provide a reliable source for fresh water production in the most extreme conditions.”

The installations are expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2013.

About AER Supply Ltd.

Based in Seabrook, Texas, AER Supply Ltd. (www.aersupply.com) was established in 1977. The privately held company is an international distributor of commercial and recreational marine products, carrying some of the most well-known industry product lines including Dometic (Cruisair, Marine Air and SeaLand), Parker/Racor, Jabsco, Mastervolt, Victron Energy, WhisperPower, Speich, Steyr Motors, Kobelt, Newmar Power and Severn Trent.

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