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Polygon Marches to a Different Drumbeat

WALKERTON, IN, February 2007 - Polygon Company has announced the development of new series of applications for its Polygon Tube(TM) line of composite materials--including prototypes of a special drum shell for marching band drumlines. According to Polygon product manager Paul Lashbrook, the idea for the new drum application came from his experience as a marching band percussionist. A typical...

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Self-Lubricating Bearings are made with Teflon®.
Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

Self-Lubricating Bearings are made with Teflon®.

PolyLube(TM) MRP self-lubricating composite journal bearings offer Teflon® fiber technology. They are able to withstand static loads of ~60,000 psi, and ~30,000 psi under dynamic loading. Fiber's oriented Teflon® multi-filaments are primary anti-friction components in bearing's ID. Heat-stabilized bearings have operating temperature range of +/-325°F, and may be used as new or...

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Materials

Polygon Marches to a Different Drumbeat

WALKERTON, IN, February 2007 - Polygon Company has announced the development of new series of applications for its Polygon Tube(TM) line of composite materials--including prototypes of a special drum shell for marching band drumlines. According to Polygon product manager Paul Lashbrook, the idea for the new drum application came from his experience as a marching band percussionist. A typical...

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Self-Lubricating Bearings are made with Teflon®.
Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

Self-Lubricating Bearings are made with Teflon®.

PolyLube(TM) MRP self-lubricating composite journal bearings offer Teflon® fiber technology. They are able to withstand static loads of ~60,000 psi, and ~30,000 psi under dynamic loading. Fiber's oriented Teflon® multi-filaments are primary anti-friction components in bearing's ID. Heat-stabilized bearings have operating temperature range of +/-325°F, and may be used as new or...

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