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Difference Between Thomson Engineered Polymer (TEP) 110 and TEP 642

Posted by Jim White

Apr 7, 2014 3:58:14 PM

The use of our Thomson Engineered Polymers (TEP) enable us to effectively mold blends of high compressive strength low friction materials to provide  target Plastic Bearing solutions to application design challenges. Our TEP’s are tough, resilient, water-resistant plastics that provide our customers with low coefficient of friction with-out any secondary lubrication. A common question we receive is, "What is the difference between TEP 110 and TEP 642. Read on to learn the answer...

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Topics: Bearings, Thomson, TEP

Thomson Engineered Polymers with Internal Lubrication

Posted by Jim White

Apr 4, 2014 9:12:51 AM

We receive many questions about ourThomson Engineered Polymers (TEP). The beauty of this material is that it eliminates the need for grease or a secondary oiling process. The material used in nyliners is just as important as the design. Our TEP’s are tough, resilient, water-resistant plastics that provide our customers with low coefficient of friction with-out any secondary lubrication.

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Topics: Thomson, Automotive, Lawn and Garden/Power Tools, Nyliners, TEP, Custom Solutions, Polymer

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