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Morse Marine MARLIN brass sleeved shaft bearings are rubber lined and water lubricated. They require no seals and no oil or grease for lubrication and are precision molded and machined for consistently accurate dimensions and concentricity.
- 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 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
- Requires 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: High durability nitrile rubber liner
- Resistant to abrasion caused by particles in the water
- Rubber is oil and chemical resistant
- 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
- Inner diameter: 2-1/4"
- Outer diameter: 2-15/16"
- Length: 9"
- Outer shell: Pollution-free naval brass
- Interior: Rubber lined
- 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)
Item #: 305933