fan shaft

fan shaft

[′fan‚shaft]
(design engineering)
The spindle on which a fan impeller is mounted.
(mining engineering)
The ventilating shaft to which a mine fan is connected.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Supply of idct and sact fan shaft assembly
At BMW Regensburg, one FAG CONCEPT8 system is mounted directly at the base of the fan housing, supplying lubricant to two plummer block housed bearings on the fan shaft, two rolling bearings on the drive motor, as well as to a seal on the fan wheel housing.
In the design, the hybrid electric system adjoins an electric motor to the vehicle's turbine fan shaft and would allow the fuel to be throttled back (or even turned off) during periods of the flight in order to reduce emissions.
THE SUPPEN STOP SNAPS THE HOLLOW ALUMINUM FAN SHAFT.
If I can find the fan shaft and pinion gear (which should have the rocker arms still attached) it will make the complete rebuild a little easier.
The toroidal bearing accommodates the thermal expansion of the fan shaft, reducing friction, temperature, vibration, and power consumption while supporting higher fan speeds.
A straightforward device (like a central station air-handling unit) can be cleaned up; leak tested; receive a replacement fan shaft, bearings, control valves, and damper actuators; and be viable for many years.
For Configuration 1 the motor needed to be raised to reach the keyway of the fan shaft.
The STC for Pratt & Whitney's CFM56-3 engine fan and booster includes three alternative parts, the fan disk, booster spool and fan shaft.
Because the truck did not have a central hydraulic system, an extra pulley was installed on the fan shaft for a belt-driven hydraulic source.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Raditor Fan Shaft Bearing Housing
These events resulted in the destruction of the fan shaft and required an evacuation of the facility in response to smoke and fire alarms.