oil groove

oil groove

[′ȯil ‚grüv]
(design engineering)
One of the grooves in a bearing which distribute and collect lubricating oil.
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The experimental and calculation results show that the piston oil groove almost reduces the leakage to zero.
An inclined oil groove is made along the shaft's outer surface from the exit of the oil-feeding hole (Figure 2a[2]) to a cavity (Figure 2a[6]) located just beneath the thrust bearing.
Tenders are invited for 1 Double Row Cylindrical Roller Bearing With Oil Groove 21312 E Make-Skf/Fag Qty-04Nos 2 Double Row Cylindrical Roller Bearing With Oil Groove 22312 E Make-Skf/Fag Qty-04Nos
Tenders are invited for Set Of Gauges For Checking The Wear Limits Of Oil Groove Of The Piston And Cross Head Hole As Per The Description.
Tenders are invited for Bmc- Cleaning Of Mot Filters And Governing System Oil Grooves, Isolation / Charging Of Equipments, Lighting Up/ Shut Down Of Units Etc.
And they have since each produced 19 million pistons, with a piston coming off the line every 12 seconds and accuracies of three microns maintained in the oil grooves.
For these new pillars, Hasco developed the S14W self-lubricating guide bushings, which eliminate oil grooves, and the Z13 linear ball-bearing bushings.
Typical applications include drilling piston ports in a hydraulic motor, drilling bleeder holes in door closers, milling keyways and oil grooves in bushings, and drilling air holes in vacuum molds.
end slots, oil holes, internal oil grooves, and embossing).
Typical applications include milling oil grooves in bushings, drilling bleeder holes in door closers, and milling keyways in gears, hubs, and sheaves.