Deck Machinery Must Be Assessed For Polar Compatibility, Advises Thordon Bearings

April 04, 2017

With the Polar Code now in force, Thordon Bearings has urged shipowners and managers to verify that their vessels’ deck machinery and systems can operate safely in the extreme temperatures encountered in Arctic and Antarctic seas.


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Thordon's SeaThigor For Maritime Environmental Award

March 13, 2017

SeaThigor, the forward propeller shaft seal Thordon Bearings introduced to the market last year, has been nominated in the technology category of the Green4Sea awards, which will take place in Athens this April.


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Composite Cutterhead Shaft Bearing As Good As New After Ten Years Of Dredging

February 27, 2017

After ten years and more than 100,000 operating hours dredging up silt, sand, rocks and stones in some of the toughest marine environments imaginable, the Thordon Composite bearing installed on the Al Mirfa’s dredge cutter head shaft has emerged unscathed.


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Thordon advises world ocean council on the need to resolve the operational oil issue

December 05, 2016

The representatives of international organisations, government agencies, industry and academia attending the World Ocean Council’s fourth Sustainable Ocean Summit last week were left in no doubt about the damage oil-lubricated propeller shaft systems are having on the marine environment. 


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Tough Bearings and Seals for River Work To Be Showcased at International WorkBoat Show

November 28, 2016

Thordon Bearings will present their environmentally safe and long life RiverTough tailshaft bearings and TG100 shaft seals which were developed specially for workboats at the International Workboat Show, taking place in New Orleans this November/December. 


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Sandy Thomson Recieves A SNAME Fellowship

November 03, 2016

At the opening session of the 2016 SNAME Maritime Convention in Bellevue, Washington, U.S.A., George A. (Sandy) Thomson has been elected a Fellow of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME). According to the Society, the grade of Fellow is accorded exclusively to “individuals who have made outstanding personal contributions to naval architecture, marine or ocean engineering, or allied disciplines through significant achievements in design, research, production, operation, education or associated management.”


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