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For slow speeds and moderate loads marine equipment designers were restricted to such single polymer plain bearings as the Nylon “Nyliner” type bushings, or Acetel (Delrin) type bushings. While these work fine within their limited parameters, when speeds or loads increase, or bearing wear is of concern, the limitations of these bearings becomes apparent very quickly. Nylon bushings absorb water and their running torque increases greatly when swollen reducing the internal clearance necessary for a free turning joint. Nylon and Delrin also wear out quickly whenever dust, dirt or gritty particles, common in seawater are present.

The new polymeric alloys, combining the features of many polymers are proving themselves a boon for bushings for seawater use. Materials such as Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS or Ryton) PTFE (Teflon) and Molybdenum Disulfide composites are offering greatly increased load carrying capabilities with substantially longer lives. Such bearings can be not only be used in bushings in the on-deck, salt spray environments, but also fully submerged in environments where traditional cutlass type bearings are used. Many other modern polymeric alloys are now available to accommodate a wide variety of application parameters.For slow speeds and moderate loads marine equipment designers were restricted to such single polymer plain bearings as the Nylon “Nyliner” type bushings, or Acetel (Delrin) type bushings. While these work fine within their limited parameters, when speeds or loads increase, or bearing wear is of concern, the limitations of these bearings becomes apparent very quickly. Nylon bushings absorb water and their running torque increases greatly when swollen reducing the internal clearance necessary for a free turning joint. Nylon and Delrin also wear out quickly whenever dust, dirt or gritty particles, common in seawater are present.

The new polymeric alloys, combining the features of many polymers are proving themselves a boon for bushings for seawater use. Materials such as Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS or Ryton) PTFE (Teflon) and Molybdenum Disulfide composites are offering greatly increased load carrying capabilities with substantially longer lives. Such bearings can be not only be used in bushings in the on-deck, salt spray environments, but also fully submerged in environments where traditional cutlass type bearings are used. Many other modern polymeric alloys are now available to accommodate a wide variety of application parameters.

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For slow speeds and moderate loads marine equipment designers were restricted to such single polymer plain bearings as the Nylon “Nyliner” type bushings, or Acetel (Delrin) type bushings. While these work fine within their limited parameters, when speeds or loads increase, or bearing wear is of concern, the limitations of these bearings becomes apparent very quickly. Nylon bushings absorb water and their running torque increases greatly when swollen reducing the internal clearance necessary for a free turning joint. Nylon and Delrin also wear out quickly whenever dust, dirt or gritty particles, common in seawater are present.

The new polymeric alloys, combining the features of many polymers are proving themselves a boon for bushings for seawater use. Materials such as Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS or Ryton) PTFE (Teflon) and Molybdenum Disulfide composites are offering greatly increased load carrying capabilities with substantially longer lives. Such bearings can be not only be used in bushings in the on-deck, salt spray environments, but also fully submerged in environments where traditional cutlass type bearings are used. Many other modern polymeric alloys are now available to accommodate a wide variety of application parameters.For slow speeds and moderate loads marine equipment designers were restricted to such single polymer plain bearings as the Nylon “Nyliner” type bushings, or Acetel (Delrin) type bushings. While these work fine within their limited parameters, when speeds or loads increase, or bearing wear is of concern, the limitations of these bearings becomes apparent very quickly. Nylon bushings absorb water and their running torque increases greatly when swollen reducing the internal clearance necessary for a free turning joint. Nylon and Delrin also wear out quickly whenever dust, dirt or gritty particles, common in seawater are present.

The new polymeric alloys, combining the features of many polymers are proving themselves a boon for bushings for seawater use. Materials such as Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS or Ryton) PTFE (Teflon) and Molybdenum Disulfide composites are offering greatly increased load carrying capabilities with substantially longer lives. Such bearings can be not only be used in bushings in the on-deck, salt spray environments, but also fully submerged in environments where traditional cutlass type bearings are used. Many other modern polymeric alloys are now available to accommodate a wide variety of application parameters.