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Propellers and propulsion system

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VEEM LIMITED Quality System Propellers and Propulsion Systems Quality Endorsed Company ABN 51 008 944 009 AS/NZS ISO9001:2000 LIC. No. QEC 0075

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Under carriage door components for AIRBUS A340 are manufactured by VEEM VEEM manufactures Worcester valves for the Royal Australian Navy’s Collins class submarines A typical 5 tonne pour THE COMPANY VEEM Limited is a quality endorsed company comprising of a number of specialized and efficient divisions with a broad skills base that covers the marine, mining, defence and aerospace industries. VEEM offers a unique combination of talents which include: propeller manufacture and repair shaftline, rudder, and ride control equipment manufacture valve manufacture dynamic balancing precision...

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Photo courtesy of Oceanline Yachts 127' Super Yacht fitted with VEEM Propellers Pusher Boat 22m (70’) Tuna boat running a 1250mm (49”) 4 blade VEEMStar ® propeller PROPELLER AND FOUNDRY DIVISION EXPERIENCE With 50 years of propeller manufacturing behind it, the Propeller and Foundry Division offers a complete range of services associated with the industry. These include: The Propeller and Foundry Division began manufacturing propellers in 1956 and has since delivered tens of thousands of propellers to a multitude of users, from the leisure market to high speed naval vessels. VEEM can rely...

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Yemen patrol boats Fremantle Class Patrol Vessel running VEEM propellers The Australian Submarine squadron of Oberon and Collins Class submarines are ably supported by VEEM Royal Australian Navy Destroyer Escort propellers repaired at VEEM PROPELLER MANUFACTURING VEEM offers flexibility in propeller designs that no other manufacturer can match. Our technologically advanced manufacturing process allows a custom propeller design to be supplied for each vessel application, with no impact to price or lead time. Why settle for a standard propeller when VEEM can offer a custom design solution for...

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Hollow section ride con trol T" foil as fitted to Austal Ships vessel ^^^^Ê Typical installation ofVEEMStdr® series propellers ioyal Australian Navy Destroyer I with VEEM refurbished propell DESIGN ENGINEERING PROPULSION PACKAGES VEEM offers professional services in the field of naval architecture to ensure compatibility of hull and propulsion. Specializing in the detail design and selection of propulsion components, ourtechnical staff seek early involvement with the hull designers with the view of always meeting performance requirements. Our services are usually called upon as part of a...

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The sea of gold - propeller finishing. Destroyer escort Hers manufactured from nickel aluminium bronze Fremantle Port Authority Safety Vessel fitted with VEEM Controllable pitch propeller DYNAMIC BALANCING FACILITIES Propellers are offered with a variety of material specifications, including aluminium, manganese bronzes, nickel aluminium bronzes (NiBrAI) and stainless steel. While aluminium and manganese bronzes offer less expensive options for general use, nickel aluminium bronze offers increased strength and reduced drag due to thinner blades. Nickel aluminium bronze provides excellent...

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Precision dynamic balancing VEEM has NATA certification for dynamic balancing up to 28 tonne - refurbished GE ^^^U gas turbine rotor Star8 propeller being balanced in o VEEM's 7 balancing machines DYNAMIC BALANCING CAPABILITIES NATA CERTIFICATION The capabilities of the balancing division which is equipped with 4 Schenckand 3 CEMB balancing machines includes: Dynamic Balancing - lOOgrams to 28,000 kg. 3.5 metres in diameter Static balancing -10Ograms to 28,000 kg. 7 metres in diameter and General Balancing of - Propellers, fan and pump impellers, centrifuges, turbines, wheel hubs, machine...

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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT VEEM has a continuous research and development program for the evolution of propeller designs, shaft-line equipment and new propulsion related products. VEEM also has a parallel research and development program for manufacturing processes, which ensures the highest quality and accuracy during manufacture is achieved. Consequently, VEEM boast a series of market leading propeller designs, manufactured using the very latest robotic and CNC machinery, supported by a high level of factory automation. Design analysis using CFD prediction and...

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LATEST TECHNOLOGY New design revisions are developed using the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics software (CFD) and tested for strength using Finite Element Analysis (FEA). CFD is now capable of accurately predicting incremental design improvements, and offers a significant time saving to evolving propulsion designs using multiple models and full scale trials. Validation of propeller designs is of particular importance to finalise the design process. All proposed new designs are tested in a cavitation tunnel using a scale model, and then trialed on a full scale vessel to check other...

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INTERCEPTOR PROPELLER™ The product is a highly differentiated patented propeller that has an adjustable nickel Teflon finish to inhibit marine growth and improve the self-cleaning abilit) accurate and more repeatable than any propellers on the market. COMMERCIAL REASONS Pitch is one of the major factors influencing the efficiency and performance of boat propellers. To protect engine warranty and ensure optimum engine performance, the propellors need to have the correct pitch. It is however difficult to design a propeller with the ideal pitch for a particular boat prior to it being launched...

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5 pitch feature of up to 3 inches. In the future the propellers will have a ' of the blades when in operation. Interceptor propellers are geometrically The Interceptor™ design is an adjustable protrusion on the trailing edge of the pressure face of the blade to produce a surface discontinuity. The protrusion is arranged with an included angle equal to or less than 90 degrees which causes a"wedge" of circulating fluid to be captured. This "wedge" of fluid induces a local increase in lift in this region of the foil section, without the associated frictional drag associated with alternative...

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