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Morse Marine DOLPHIN Brass Sleeved Shaft Bearings
 

Morse Marine DOLPHIN Brass Sleeved Shaft Bearings

  • Dimensions: 1-3/8" ID 2-1/8" OD 5-1/2" L
  • Material: Pollution-Free Naval Brass. Rubber Lined and Water Lubricated
  • Requires No Seals and No Oil or Grease for Lubrication
  • Item #: 
    305926
    Brand: 
    Morse Rubber
    Model #: 

    DOLPHIN

    Packaged Weight: 
    1.75 Lbs.
    List Price: 
    $105.78
    Our Price:
    $69.99
    305926 Morse Rubber Morse Marine DOLPHIN Brass Sleeved Shaft Bearings DOLPHIN

    Features:

    • Morse Marine Bearings are rubber lined and water lubricated
      • The use of water as a lubricant provides efficient low friction operation and a stable lubricant film due to the water's incompressibility
    • Outer Material: Pollution-Free Naval Brass Marine Bearings
      • The rigid outer shell is made of naval brass
      • The standard flanged series outer shell is made of centrifugal cast naval brass
      • Rubber-lined naval brass sleeve bearings adapt equally well to strut and stern-tube mounts
      • External brass shells are machined and polished to provide easy fitting
    • They require no seals and no oil or grease for lubrication
    • Lubrication is provided by the water in which the vessel is traveling, making these bearings environmentally friendly
    • Liner Material: The high durability rubber liner is resistant to abrasion caused by particles in the water
      • The rubber is also oil and chemical resistant
      • Specially formulated oil- and chemical-resistant nitrile rubber is securely bonded to the shell
      • The resilience of the rubber liner allows these bearings to dampen noise and vibration
    • Morse Marine Bearings are precision molded and machined for consistently accurate dimensions and concentricity
    • Locked in place with cone-pointed set screws
    • Sleeve bearings are usually installed by light press fitting

    Bearing Selection:

    • Normal design practice is to select a bearing with a length equal to 4 times the shaft diameter
    • It may be acceptable to deviate from this rule when application load requirements permit the use of shorter bearing lengths

    Bearing. Bearing area is:

    • Bearing I.D. (Shaft diameter) multiply x Bearing length

    Loading capability is determined by:

    • Multiplying that Bearing area x 35 PSI
    • Example: (RAY) - 3" Shaft diameter x 12" Length 36 square inch Bearing area x 35 PSI = 1,260 lbs (Bearing load capacity)
    Morse Marine DOLPHIN Brass Sleeved Shaft Bearings
    69.99
     
    Status:  null In Stock

     



    Features:

    • Morse Marine Bearings are rubber lined and water lubricated
      • The use of water as a lubricant provides efficient low friction operation and a stable lubricant film due to the water's incompressibility
    • Outer Material: Pollution-Free Naval Brass Marine Bearings
      • The rigid outer shell is made of naval brass
      • The standard flanged series outer shell is made of centrifugal cast naval brass
      • Rubber-lined naval brass sleeve bearings adapt equally well to strut and stern-tube mounts
      • External brass shells are machined and polished to provide easy fitting
    • They require no seals and no oil or grease for lubrication
    • Lubrication is provided by the water in which the vessel is traveling, making these bearings environmentally friendly
    • Liner Material: The high durability rubber liner is resistant to abrasion caused by particles in the water
      • The rubber is also oil and chemical resistant
      • Specially formulated oil- and chemical-resistant nitrile rubber is securely bonded to the shell
      • The resilience of the rubber liner allows these bearings to dampen noise and vibration
    • Morse Marine Bearings are precision molded and machined for consistently accurate dimensions and concentricity
    • Locked in place with cone-pointed set screws
    • Sleeve bearings are usually installed by light press fitting

    Bearing Selection:

    • Normal design practice is to select a bearing with a length equal to 4 times the shaft diameter
    • It may be acceptable to deviate from this rule when application load requirements permit the use of shorter bearing lengths

    Bearing. Bearing area is:

    • Bearing I.D. (Shaft diameter) multiply x Bearing length

    Loading capability is determined by:

    • Multiplying that Bearing area x 35 PSI
    • Example: (RAY) - 3" Shaft diameter x 12" Length 36 square inch Bearing area x 35 PSI = 1,260 lbs (Bearing load capacity)






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