steering gear


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steering gear

[′stir·iŋ ‚gir]
(mechanical engineering)
The mechanism, including gear train and linkage, for the directional control of a vehicle or ship.
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theliver "P&O Express, the ship we chartered to cover Thursday's Belfast service because of the damage to Manannan's steering gear, was itself damaged when leaving the island.
"Shipyards and ship owners enjoy the pricing benefits of being able to purchase the steering gear and essential accessories from a single source, as well as the ability to receive an all rounded service for their products from one supplier who knows the products and integrated functionalities," adds the expert.
Order master steering gear, NSN 253001-580-3591, and slave steering gear, NSN 2530-01-580-3539, when it's time to replace your truck's steering gears.
This plot would have housed expansion of the steering gear capacity for the JV which would have added to its existing plant at Vadu, about 25 kms from Pune on the road to Ahmednagar, mentioned the report.
Founded in 1906, Saginaw Steering Gear manufactured components for GM consumer products.
This is an asset sale of auto repair equipment, tools, fixtures and inventory of power steering gear boxes.
The repairs carried out to Blue Marlin, which is capable of carrying structures of up to 73,000 tonnes, were the completion of her second special survey, renewal of approximately 30 tonnes steel in various places, blasting and painting of the hull, main deck and ballast tanks, and maintenance of valves, electric motors, steering gear and winches.
As well as the helicopter, the rescue effort involved two tugs, one of which had her steering gear smashed as she tried to free the ship.
confirmed that a yacht 20 miles off Walton-on-Naze had sent distress signals because its steering gear was disabled.
Bjorn Johnsen, vice president of sales and marketing for Rolls' marine division in Greater China, said: "This order takes us to a record in China this year, with contracts for more than 700 ship sets of steering gear and to 300 ship sets of deck machinery."
The 24 chapters address maneuverability, steering gear, the wheelhouse, exhaust emissions, noise abatement, electrical installations, crew size, and special provisions for passenger vessels.
(Speaking of the rack and pinion steering, the rack has a larger diameter than the previous model, and the steering feel is improved by using a bushing fitted with an internal cylinder to support the steering gear cross member.

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