splash lubrication

splash lubrication

[′splash ‚lü·brə‚kā·shən]
(engineering)
An engine-lubrication system in which the connecting-rod bearings dip into troughs of oil, splashing the oil onto the cylinder and piston rods.
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com)-- Value added features like a generously lubricated shaft seal area, high quality steel head gaskets and the widest selection of compressor service valves available; large oil sump produces a unique splash lubrication system that allows the compressor to be self-lubricating regardless of the amount of oil mixed with refrigerant make T/CCI the leader in air compressors.
Furthermore, Jenny's professional-duty "Ultimate Blue" synthetic pump oil protects their pistons, crankshafts, bearings, rings and cylinders through a splash lubrication system.
12S-by-S-inch bore and stroke and splash lubrication was run at a higher rpm in order to provide enough additional horsepower to make the Major a 3-plow tractor.
It also incorporates forced lubrication through a lube oil pump rather than splash lubrication, which Volvo said can result in parasitic losses of as much as 3 hp.
Additional features of the GC-61 include a barrel with threaded roller support, a dual-filter vacuum vent system, a pivoting hopper, one-piece slide-on screw/gearbox couplings, and a splash lubrication gearbox.
Other premium engine features include special heat dissipation fins on the inner and outer crankcase surfaces and cooling passages and fins in the mounting base; a splash lubrication system with an oil scraper on the connecting rod that supplies oil to the cam chain.
The valve train is a conventional pushrod design with bucket tappet, pushrod, rocker and floating bridge piece, primarily steal, with splash lubrication.
The gases in the crankcase come into direct contact with the oil splash lubrication of the crankshaft, as well as other oil-saturated components.
incorporates an aluminum block, automatic decompression and splash lubrication system.
cm at 3100 rpm to supply pressure lubrication for the main connecting rod bearings, camshaft beatings and rocker arm shaft and also splash lubrication to camshaft lobes, connecting rod bushings, timing gear, valve lifters, piston pins and cylinder walls.
center distance, same as engine rotation, splash lubrication system and standard mounting.
The new TC-237 transfer case is a two-speed, three-shaft, constant mesh design featuring tapered roller bearings, a splash lubrication system and a declutch mechanism for front axle and under-drive engagement.