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COMPAC Propeller Shaft Bearings brochure COMPAC Brochure (A4) (PDF, 872 KB)

The COMPAC seawater lubricated propeller shaft bearing system for ships operating in blue water.

COMPAC propeller shaft bearings brochure COMPAC Brochure (8½" x11") (PDF, 859 KB)

The COMPAC seawater lubricated propeller shaft bearing system for ships operating in blue water.

Thordon General Marine Bearing Brochure (A4) (PDF, 4.44 MB)

A general overview of Thordon products for the Marine market.

Thordon General Marine Bearing Brochure (8½" x11") (PDF, 2.06 MB)

A general overview of Thordon products for the Marine market.

Thordon Propeller Shaft Bearings (XL, SXL, COMPAC, RiverTough) Brochure (A4) (PDF, 4.18 MB)

Thordon offers different propeller shaft bearings for different operating environments, depending on the abrasives in the water.

Thordon Propeller Shaft Bearings (XL, SXL, COMPAC, RiverTough) Brochure (8½" x 11") (PDF, 2.35 MB)

Thordon offers different propeller shaft bearings for different operating environments, depending on the abrasives in the water.

Water Quality Package Brochure for Marine Applications (PDF, 821 KB)

Thordon's self contained pumping unit removes abrasives from seawater.

Eliminating the Achilles™ heel of An Open Seawater Lubricated Shaft Line with a New Shaft Coating System that Prevents Corrosion and Extends the Shaft Withdrawal Period. (PDF, 530 KB)

Technical Paper, ASNE Advanced Naval Propulsion Conference, Arlington, VA, U.S.A., December 2008

Converting An Icebreaker From An Oil Lubricated Stern Tube Bearing System (PDF, 269 KB)

(IceTech 2010, COMPAC Conversion Technical Paper) Operational discharges of oil from the stern tube is a common occurrence for ice breakers as propellers are prone to impact from ice causing shafts to flex and seals are unable to maintain a complete barrier to keep seawater out or lubricating oil in the stern tube.

USCG Polar Class Aft Sterntube Bearing Design Modifications (PDF, 432 KB)

(IceTech 2006, USCG Polar Class Aft Sterntube Bearing Design Modifications)