The marine industry consists of three segments: commercial vessels, oil & gas platforms, and port equipment. The global economy drives construction within each of these segments.
Customers look for simplicity. They want to work with few but reliable suppliers that offer complete solutions. We are an industry leader in providing high performance motors, controls and power transmission solutions to the marine industry.
“Mission Critical” Products
We build durable, tough, dependable motors and power transmission components that are designed to last in the toughest of environments, giving years of optimal performance in marine applications. We meet or exceed all international marine certifications for North America, Europe and Asia.
Marine Literature & Training
- NEMA MG1-2006
- EISA/NEMA Premium®
- Underwriters Laboratories
- Canadian Standards Association
- Marine Certifications: American Bureau Shipping (ABS), Bureau Veritas (BV), China Classification Society (CCS), Det Norske (DNV), Germanischer Lloyd, Lloyd’s Register EMEA, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (NKK), RINA, Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS)
Marine Reference List
Regal manufacturers high quality motors, control and power transmission products for a myriad of applications. We build high efficiency, “Mission Critical” marine duty motors, pump and medium voltage motors. Our drives and controls are Performance Matched to operate seamlessly with our motors. The reliability of our power transmission products guarantee years of trouble free performance.
The application table is designed as a general guideline to help you select the correct motor, Variable Frequence Drive (VFD) or power transmission component for a specific piece of equipment used in the marine industry.
|Motor Types||Compressors||Auger Conveyors||Belted Conveyors||Loader Conveyors||Cranes||Dredges||Fans||Fire Suppression||Oil & Gas Machinery||Propulsion||Pumps||Winches & Capstans|
|Marine Certified IEC||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|Marine Certified NEMA||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|PMAC Radial Flux||•||•||•||•|
|Drives & Starters||Compressors||Auger Conveyors||Belted Conveyors||Loader Conveyors||Cranes||Dredges||Fans||Fire Suppression||Oil & Gas Machinery||Propulsion||Pumps||Winches & Capstans|
|Low Voltage VFD||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|Medium Voltage VFD||•||•||•||•|
|Solid State LV Starter||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|Solid State MV Starter||•||•||•|
|Power Transmission||Compressors||Auger Conveyors||Belted Conveyors||Loader Conveyors||Cranes||Dredges||Fans||Fire Suppression||Oil & Gas Machinery||Propulsion||Pumps||Winches & Capstans|
|Mounted Tapered Roller Bearings||•||•||•||•|
|Mounted Spherical Roller Bearings||•||•||•||•||•||•||•|
Over the past five years, the Ship Building industry encountered rough seas as demand fluctuated. Industry players design, build and repair ships and other vessels for both the defense and commercial sectors.
The US Navy, which accounts for the majority of industry revenue, only buys ships from domestic shipyards, guaranteeing industry players a monopoly over the largest military ship market in the world.
Moreover, the Jones Act prohibits the use of foreign-built vessels on routes between US ports, effectively protecting shipbuilders from foreign competition in the domestic market. This has allowed the industry to dominate the recent boom in demand for vessels engaged in the energy industry.