Product Details

Better Uptime, Low Maintenance

Are you looking to improve uptime without reducing the life of your engineered components? Greene Tweed's AR® (Abrasion Resistant) line is designed to protect centrifugal pump systems from sand, coal ash, and other solids. AR® components can operate in temperatures from subzero up to 121°C (250°F).

AR® 1 provides general abrasion resistance typically used in vertical pumps, while AR® HT is more suited to high-temperature, abrasive-resistant applications like vertical water feed pumps in nuclear facilities.

For a detailed look at AR® capabilities, explore our Thermoplastic Composite Chemical Compatibility guide.

Merkmale und Vorteile

  • Superior abrasion resistance
  • Less harsh to mating hardware
  • AR® 1 material is filled PTFE, while AR® HT is a blend of PTFE and PEEK
  • Can operate in subzero temperatures up to 121°C (250°F)

Industries & Applications

Extended Service Life

AR® materials are designed to be used across a wide range of applications. No matter how demanding the environment, our team works with you to determine the right solution for the job.

Applications include:

  • Centrifugal pumps
  • Seawater pumps
  • Pulp and paper applications
  • Bushings
  • Nuclear facilities

Reliable Performance

AR® is field-tested for performance and durability in extreme operating conditions. For an example of how Greene Tweed AR® solutions can work for you, explore our case studies.

AR® - Abrasion Resistant Resources

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AR®HT verlängert in einer deutschen Raffinerie den mittleren Ausfallabstand (MTBF) ​​​​​​​

AR®HT Kompositlager widerstehen dem Verschleiß in Wasserumlaufpumpen

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AR®1 Bearings Enhance Reliability in Seawater Pump

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AR®1 Bearings Improve Reliability in Circulating Water Pumps

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AR®1 Bushings Increases Reliability of Screen Vertical Mixed Flow Pumps for Seawater Application

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