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REAL OS AS OF 10 FEB 16 = 2,944,402,694      
Trans-Pacific Aerospace Company, Inc. is Active on the Nevada Secretary of State site:
http://nvsos.gov/sosentitysearch/CorpDetails.aspx?lx8nvq=11V9JQPjqEOp7C0JkYKE6Q%253d%253d&nt7=0

Incorporated In: Nevada in 2010
http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/TPAC/company-info

Trans-Pacific Aerospace is a publicly-traded company whose mission is to supply self-lubricating bearings for aerospace, military and industrial applications.
TPAC's bearings are qualified by the U.S. Navy to SAE standards and TPAC is listed on the Navy's Qualified Products List.
This NAVAIR qualification is accepted worldwide as the industry standard for bearings.

 



 Spherical Bearings

The below list contains our NAVAIR qualified spherical bearings and their detailed product specification PDF's.

  • Narrow, grooved race, self-aligning, spherical plain bearings, width .281" to 1.000", height .218" to .797", bore .1900" to .1000"  Download PDF
    Wide, grooved race, self-aligning, spherical plain bearings, width .437" to 1.375", height .327" to 1.005", bore .1900" to .1000"    Download PDF
    Narrow, chamfered race, self-aligning, spherical plain bearings, width .281" to 1.000", height .218" to .797", bore .1900" to .1000"    Download PDF
    Wide, chamfered race, self-aligning, spherical plain bearings, width .437" to 1.375", height .327" to 1.005", bore .1900" to .1000"    Download PDF
     


Bushings


The below list contains our full list of bushings and their product specification PDF's.

  • Flanged, self-lubricating, sleeve plain bearings, bore .2515" to 2.0015", length .156" to 3.000", diameter .3760" to 2.2523"  Download PDF
    Non-flanged, self-lubricating, sleeve plain bearings, bore .2515" to 2.0015", length .156" to 3.000", diameter .3760" to 2.2523"  Download PDF

     

Documentation & Qualifications

Trans-Pacific Aerospace spherical bearings and aerospace products have successfully met the verification test qualification requirements set by the AS81820 Aerospace Standard.

Download Our Verification Document

SAE-AS 81820

 This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) covers self-aligning and self-lubricating plain spherical bearings that utilize polytetrafluorothylene (PTFE) in a molded material or fabric composite that is bonded to inner diameter surface of the race and, when specified, to the bore diameter surface of the ball. These bearings can be used in the temperature range -65 to +325°F (-54 to +163°C).

SAE-AS 81934

Bearing, Sleeve, Flanged, Self-lubricating, -65 To 325 Degree F

http://www.transpacificaerospace.com




 Serving the Aviation, Space and Maritime Industries 



The Trans-Pacific Aerospace manufacturing facility in China will make aerospace quality SAE-AS 81820, 81934 and 81935 plain spherical bearings, bushings and rod-ends.




These small, yet indispensable, components are designed to reduce friction and "bear" loads. Each bearing is a military spec, precision-tooled part, with some that can take up to 1,200 man-hours to make.





These parts are self-lubricating, and are typically used in sections of an aircraft that are difficult or impractical to access for maintenance. They help with such flight critical tasks as preventing the airframe from breaking apart, the engine from falling out over the Pacific and the landing gear from collapsing on impact with the runway. Over 3,000 of these parts are used in every aircraft and they must be replaced regularly.





                                                                                                                                                  

Shareholder Reactions  Posted: 12/04/2015
Increase in Authorized Shares  Posted: 12/04/2015
Update from The USA  Posted: 09/04/2015
Opening Lines of Communication  Posted: 02/04/2015
Shareholder Update - April Posted: 01/04/2015

Trans-Pacific Aerospace Update Posted: 30/10/2014

Trans-Pacific Aerospace Signs Letter of Intent with AVIC Harbin Bearing Corporation Posted: 20/05/2014
Trans-Pacific Aerospace Receives Purchase Order Agreement from its First Major Posted: 01/05/2014
Trans-Pacific Aerospace Announces its First Sale of Spherical Bearings Posted: 27/03/2014
TPAC Launches New Website, Announces an Equity Research Report from RB Milestone Group Posted: 25/03/2014
 



Trans-Pacific Aerospace Company, Inc.
2975 Huntington Drive
San Marino, CA 91108
Phone: 626-796-9804


Website: http://www.transpacificaerospace.com
Twitter:
https://twitter.com/TPACbearings

 


   
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TPAC News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 03/22/2017 03:23:56 PM
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#100511  Sticky Note TPAC INSIDERS FINALLY TELL THE TRUTH...must read. waterchaser 02/23/17 01:51:53 PM
#99622  Sticky Note Massive conversions and issuing of shares last year SenorInquisitor 01/24/17 09:09:54 PM
#98772  Sticky Note Bill to release latest scam shortly. THall 01/06/17 02:30:25 PM
#91372  Sticky Note Ok so here is the first email I MONEYBAGSCLAY 08/19/16 09:55:47 AM
#66939  Sticky Note READ THIS BEFORE MAKING ANOTHER POST: IH Admin [Shelly] 02/03/16 10:35:31 AM
#56333  Sticky Note Press releases or other company communication should not IH Brian (Retired) 01/04/16 12:11:52 PM
#101284   Correct, it's the TPAC "business plan". Veronicafox 03/27/17 06:15:32 PM
#101283   Yep, to hell with shareholders. The only ones SenorInquisitor 03/27/17 05:44:54 PM
#101282   I'm reminded of when Wild William raised the waterchaser 03/27/17 05:30:08 PM
#101281   The only movement this POS ever does is SenorInquisitor 03/27/17 04:41:10 PM
#101280   TPAC CLOSES @ $0.0003. Veronicafox 03/27/17 04:05:18 PM
#101279   BID SUPPORT MASSIVE... MOVE IS IMMINIENT IMO TickTalker 03/27/17 03:12:08 PM
#101278   VNDM is back dilution has begun once again THall 03/27/17 02:32:53 PM
#101277   Apparently, the Boeing hype has run its course SenorInquisitor 03/27/17 12:01:46 PM
#101276   Muse pump tweeting with no effect at all. THall 03/27/17 11:44:34 AM
#101275   we are golden!! ROFLMAO!!! TCRAP certainly has come SenorInquisitor 03/27/17 11:14:03 AM
#101274   Great TPAC questions: Veronicafox 03/27/17 11:08:05 AM
#101273   Tcrap - TOTAL LOSERVILLE SCAM. Djponder 03/27/17 10:38:23 AM
#101272   Has Bill McKay told you why he lied SenorInquisitor 03/27/17 10:11:50 AM
#101271   Yep, you are golden without a doubt. SenorInquisitor 03/27/17 09:56:02 AM
#101270   Only golden here. Big opportunity coming Tpac poorguy1 03/27/17 07:59:56 AM
#101269   Yep, golden paint sniffers are about the only SenorInquisitor 03/26/17 12:10:46 PM
#101268   Muse is begging for help to supply water Veronicafox 03/26/17 11:29:15 AM
#101267   Very Golden here!!!!!!!! Tpac poorguy1 03/26/17 10:40:10 AM
#101266   Yeah it still says its an oil and THall 03/25/17 05:16:06 PM
#101265   Everything Sir Tweetsalot does appears to be bizarre. waterchaser 03/25/17 12:46:02 PM
#101264   Bill "forgot" to update OTCMarkets that the AS Veronicafox 03/25/17 12:34:18 PM
#101263   We are in the golden path here. Tpac$$$$$$$$ poorguy1 03/25/17 11:20:07 AM
#101262   The pumping is a sure sign the TPACMuse Veronicafox 03/24/17 08:16:11 PM
#101261   TPACMuse is pumping away today with VNDM on THall 03/24/17 03:33:50 PM
#101260   Bid support is only good for moving backwards. THall 03/24/17 02:58:46 PM
#101259   Suddenly I want some bourbon to celebrate this TickTalker 03/24/17 02:49:29 PM
#101258   That's true, they have nothing so not much Veronicafox 03/24/17 11:53:58 AM
#101257   This scam definitely has some new twists I've SenorInquisitor 03/24/17 11:22:43 AM
#101256   The TPAC factcheckers have done a fabulous job Veronicafox 03/24/17 11:07:52 AM
#101253   Yep, gotta pay for first class service. Let SenorInquisitor 03/24/17 10:49:45 AM
#101252   Yep, all of the LIES about the MRVB SenorInquisitor 03/24/17 10:48:32 AM
#101251   So far the dumpage has been just about Veronicafox 03/24/17 10:37:19 AM
#101250   More VNDM, that's unbelievable. When will this stock Veronicafox 03/24/17 10:32:12 AM
#101249   Looks like that personal business Bill had to THall 03/24/17 10:20:41 AM
#101248   VNDM on ask dumping millions of more shares. SenorInquisitor 03/24/17 10:01:43 AM
#101245   VNDM is back. Dilution underway THall 03/24/17 09:30:36 AM
#101243   Please share just exactly what part of TPAC THall 03/24/17 09:20:05 AM
#101241   GM TPAC'ers 02opida 03/24/17 09:00:09 AM
#101240   Eight TPAC trades today, sell volume was triple Veronicafox 03/23/17 05:42:40 PM
#101239   All i see is tcrap handcuff weariness. Djponder 03/23/17 02:19:32 PM
#101238   The whole family defrauding the public . Isnt Djponder 03/23/17 02:14:17 PM
#101237   .0003 x .0004 AGAIN!! ROFL!!!! SenorInquisitor 03/23/17 12:59:50 PM
#101236   ALL I SEE IS HEAVILY GROWING BID SUPPORT... TickTalker 03/23/17 12:52:47 PM
#101235   TCRAP is beaten down because Bill the CEO SenorInquisitor 03/23/17 11:54:57 AM
#101234   You can spray paint this turd with 100 SenorInquisitor 03/23/17 11:49:08 AM
#101233   The way Bill protected and defended "the Muse" Veronicafox 03/23/17 11:42:59 AM
#101232   Bill's son the Muse? Why would he be THall 03/23/17 11:37:47 AM
#101231   Yes an the 8k filled full of revenue THall 03/23/17 11:32:00 AM
#101230   Yet TPAC IS scam. List Bill's Revenue Veronicafox 03/23/17 11:21:46 AM
#101229   Not very healthy down here, depends on the HandyMan2000 03/23/17 11:17:13 AM
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