Ensuring ocean industries are addressing their marine environmental impacts and contributing to clean seas requires a global aproach for a global ocean. Thordon, a global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative non-polluting marine bearings, is pleased to become a member of the World Ocean Council.
January issue of Ship Efficiency Insight features a segment from Craig Carter, Director of Marketing and Customer Service regarding Thordon COMPAC seawater lubricated bearings, EAL's and stricter environmental legislation. To read full article click here.
Thordon Bearings Inc. is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Pursu Cat powerboat racing team in the Super Cat Class of the 2015 Qatar Cup.
The Qatar Cup will host offshore racing of ocean-going powerboats in Doha, Qatar on February 6-8, 2015, where the skills of the crew and the technical capabilities of the vessels will be tested and challenged.
Thordon Bearings has questioned the rise of so-called environmentally acceptable lubricants (EALs) in oil-based stern tube seals and bearings when the industry can use the most environmentall safe lubricant there is---seawater.
ThorPlas-White Bearings, NSF Certified for safe and sanitary use in food and water handling processesDecember 24, 2014 (Press Releases)
(Burlington, Canada) Thordon Bearings Inc. has announced the addition of ThorPlas-White to its line of high performance, non-metallic bearings. ThorPlas-White has been specifically developed by Thordon’s New Product Development team for bearing or wear pad usage in the treatment and distribution of drinking water as well as for use in the construction of food processing equipment.
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