Icore’s Entraco Sea-FROST™ now MIL-PRF Approved
Chesapeake, VA (November, 8 2007) – Jo-Kell Inc. announces the MIL-PRF approval of Icore’s Entraco Sea-FROST™.
It is a performance spec that supersedes the current Mil-Spec. Entraco Sea-FROST™ conduits and fittings have protected the DDG ships and their crew for the last 10 years so it was not surprising they passed the recent new environmental and mechanical requirements as well.
NAVSEA 05W43 (FORMERLY SEA 62E), the technical warrant holder for EMI Control, EMC, EMP and RADHAZ for ships and submarines, has conducted a technical review of the test results for MIL-PRF-24758A Conduit System Product lines from ICORE International. Based on that review, it is NAV SEA 05W43’s assessment that these systems comply with the MIL-PRF-24758A requirements and are considered acceptable to use for EMI/EMP control on topside installments. Only rigid conduit and conduit systems that meet the performance requirements of MIL-PRF-24758A are approved for topside use in new ship construction, new installations, future repairs, modernization conversion, and overhaul.
Jo-Kell Inc.’s CEO, Suzy Kelly, confirms Jo-Kell’s commitment to provide an extensive selection of Sea-FROST™ components to the Maritime Industry. “Sea-FROST™ complements Jo-Kell’s core philosophy of distributing products of the highest quality for critical applications in harsh environments,” said Kelly. “We will continue to commit our resources to provide comprehensive training, an extensive inventory, engineering services and technical support to ensure the continued cost effective installation of all Sea-FROST™ conduit and fittings,” she added.
The dedicated naval personnel can continue to rely on Sea-FROST™ to provide protection exceeding the levels in Military Performance Specification. MIL-PRF-24758A helps to save lives and protect valuable data transmission. The systems operate under very dangerous environments and extreme conditions, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
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