bearing cap

bearing cap

[′ber·iŋ ‚kap]
(design engineering)
A device designed to fit around a bearing to support or immobilize it.
References in classic literature ?
The house stood at some distance from the village, in the centre of a field, surrounded by stumps that were peering above the snow, bearing caps of pure white, nearly two feet in thickness.
PUMP IS GREASE UNTIL CLEAN LUBE COMBS OUT AROUNP THE DIAGONAL BEARING CAP ASSEMBLY, WHICH is BEHIND THE CRIVE SPROCKET.
I told myself my bearing cap had to be aligned perfectly before I tapped it down.
The fixture is locked in place, and the marking head is actuated to automatically peen mark the six numbers on the bearing cap exterior surfaces.
Its major product is the main bearing cap, used to guide an engine's crankshaft and to transfer motion from the pistons to the vehicle's wheels.
Pump in grease until new lube comes out around the diagonal bearing cap assembly, which is behind the drive sprocket
A constant airflow creates a near frictionless seal between the bearing cap and the spindle shaft to protect the front and rear bearings.
The adapter keeps the torque wrench from touching the bearing cap and other parts.
The cylinder block has cast-in iron liners, and a one-piece aluminum crankshaft carrier with ferrous-carbon bearing cap inserts.