What We Do
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.
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
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
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).
Bearing, Sleeve, Flanged, Self-lubricating, -65 To 325 Degree F
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.
Trans-Pacific Aerospace Company, Inc. is publicly traded on the OTC Market under the symbol, "TPAC"
, and within the OTC:QB market tier. As such, Business, Operational, and Financial information on TPAC is fully transparent and available to public view at the link below.
to see complete details. 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 O/S: 195 Million ~Jan 23,2015
A/S: 750 million~Jan 7,2015 (Please note the share structure posted is what we have gathered but can change on a daily basis. Contact the Company or Transfer Agent to get the most current information.) Their latest 10-Q Quarterly Report:
As of Feb 13 2015 http://www.otcmarkets.com/edgar/GetFilingHtml?FilingID=10482907 Incorporated In:
Nevada in 2010 Trans-Pacific Aerospace Update
Posted: 30/10/2014 Contact Us
Trans-Pacific Aerospace Company, Inc.
2975 Huntington Drive
San Marino, CA 91108