Material Selections

CIP Hydro | CIP Marine | CIP151A | CIP131 | CIP121 | CIP111 | CIP101 | CIP251A | CIP252 | CIP333A

Columbia Industrial Products offers multiple textile, lubrication and resin combinations to provide the most suitable material for your application. Below are the most common CIP Composite material grades. Our dedicated team will help you choose which CIP material will best fit your specific application, taking into consideration the type of environment (wet/dry, dirty/caustic), amount of load, speed of moving parts, and temperature among other factors.

For complete material spec sheet data, please contact our sales department.

CIP Hydro™

CIP Hydro is manufactured with polyester and PTFE combined textile along with high performance polyester resin and solid lubricants evenly dispersed lubrication throughout the material eliminating the need for additional external lubricants. Proprietary additives are included to increase the overall strength and reduce friction and wear.

Tested by Powertech Labs.

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CIP Marine™

CIP Marine is manufactured with polyester textile and a high performance polyester resin with solid lubricants PTFE and molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) evenly dispersed throughout the resin. Typically used as propeller shaft and rudder bushings. CIP Marine is a proprietary material specifically developed for marine environments. This combination of resin reinforced with textile creates a dimensionally stable material ideal for replacing bronze in marine environments.

ABS294   RINA Italian Type Approvals

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CIP151A

One of our most commonly used materials due to its ability to provide excellent performance in a wide range of applications and environments. 100% polyester material (textile and resin) with the solid lubrication additives PTFE and molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) evenly dispersed throughout the resin. Enhancement A is added, increasing the overall strength and reduce friction and wear.

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CIP131

A very cost effective material commonly used for wear ring, stable in hydraulic fluids, and nonabrasive to mating surfaces. 100% polyester material (textile and resin) with PTFE evenly dispersed throughout the resin system. Material is recognized as safe with indirect contact with food – FDA: Title 21 parts 107-199. This material can easily be dyed, however, may require an up charge and a minimum order must be met. NOTE: the color may vary slightly from run to run.

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CIP121

Commonly used in general industrial applications, wet or dry, where high shock or edge loading is anticipated. 100% polyester material (textile and resin) with the solid lubricants molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) evenly dispersed throughout the resin system.

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CIP111

Ideal for dry/indoor applications, this material offers a low maintenance and cost effective solution for eliminating external lubrication without compromising performance. 100% polyester material (textile and resin) with the solid lubricant graphite evenly dispersed throughout the resin system.

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CIP101

Made with 100% polyester material (textile and resin) with no solid lubricants added, makes this our most cost effective solution for a range of static applications, and is commonly used as electrical insulators.

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CIP251A

Ideal material option in high load, slow oscillating or linear slide motion applications. Manufactured with polyester and PTFE combined textile and a polyester resin with the solid lubricands PTFE and molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) evenly dispersed throughout the resin system.

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CIP252

Proprietary material made specifically for marine environments. Typically used as propeller shaft and rudder bushings and is recommended in sand and silty environments. Manufactured with polyester and PTFE combined textile and a high grade marine polyester resin with the solid lubrication additives PTFE and molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) evenly dispersed throughout the resin. This combination of resin reinforced with textile creates a dimensionally stable material ideal for replacing bronze in marine environments.

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CIP333A

This material has dimensional stability in high temperatures (up to 400° F) and offers excellent chemical resistance. Manufactured with meta-aramid textile and a high temperature vinyl ester resin with the solid lubricant PTFE evenly dispersed throughout the resin system.

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