wet sleeve

wet sleeve

[′wet ′slēv]
(mechanical engineering)
A cylinder liner which is exposed to the coolant over 70% or more of its surface.
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4 cylinders, turbo-charged, 276 CID, wet sleeve engine, 110 volt coolant heater, chrome exhaust stack
Marlie Mul's exhibition "Your Wet Sleeve in My Neck" had something green and full of potential about it.
Standard accessories include a full-flow oil filter, mechanical governor, dual safety element dry-type air cleaner with in-cab restriction indicator, fuel filter, counterbalanced and wet sleeve.
The 444J, 544J, 624J and 644J wheel loaders have been updated to include Tier 3-compliant John Deere PowerTech engines that deliver fuel efficiency, wet sleeve cylinders for long life, and an electronically-controlled fuel system for precise injections.
It also offers exceptional protection against pitting for wet sleeve cast iron cylinder liners in heavy duty diesel engines and eliminates the need for the addition of traditional supplemental coolant additives (SCAs) at regular intervals.
HEC") (Pink Sheets: HYEG) announced today that HEC and Wisconsin Motors (WM) have signed an agreement to form Oxx Power Continental, a JV, to produce a wet sleeve version of the Oxx Power 4.
Among these are a high-pressure Delphi fuel injection system capable of delivering injection pressures in excess of 26,000 psi; a cooled EGR system; a Holset variable geometry turbocharger; a single overhead cam with four valves per cylinder; wet sleeve cylinder liners; and single-piece, Mahle steel pistons.
Liquid cooled, wet sleeve, turbocharged diesel, 6 cylinder, air-to-air
This product is borate-free, phosphate-free and silicate-free and uses patented organic acid inhibitors to provide superior wet sleeve liner pitting and corrosion protection for all cooling system parts.
Engine to be of wet sleeve design that allows for uniform piston cooling and cost effective rebuild.