timing gears

timing gears

[′tīm·iŋ ‚girz]
(mechanical engineering)
The gear train of reciprocating engine mechanisms for relating camshaft speed to crankshaft speed.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc., a regional headquarters of the group located in the Americas, will exhibit for the first time at this event 11 types of variable timing gears in addition to variable timing control solenoid valves, all of which will be sold by the company.
I do all the machining required for this engine, along with the timing gears, which come with the castings."
It eliminates the need for timing gears and one of the two shaft seals found in most hygienic pumps, greatly simplifying and reducing costs of installation, operation and maintenance.
With a single shaft and rotor, there is no need for the complex timing gears and multiple seals associated with conventional rotary lobe pumps.
For small engines prevalent in India and China, Eaton developed prototype plastic timing gears for its superchargers that reduce weight, eliminate the need for machining, and minimize noise.
The continuous mix pugmili includes two counter rotating shafts with paddles, along with timing gears which provide optimum speed to obtain the quality mix desired, said Jodi Heirigs, product manager for KPI-ICL The company's pugmills can be used for a variety of applications, including cement-treated base, road base and cold-mix asphalt.
A toothed drive belt offers smooth, low-maintenance power transmission without the need for high-maintenance timing gears and lubrication.
IndustrialSAVER is committed to ensuring companies are able to find the most suitable and efficient motion control equipment with the launch of its new directory featuring bevel gears, worm, spur, precision, helical, pinion, speed, timing gears and other types at http://www.industrialleaders.com/listings/gears_drive_components.html.
An internal mixer is driven by two of the company's motors via timing gears. The internal mixer is installed on a mezzanine and a large component of the drive system, the power unit, can be located on the ground floor away from the hydraulic motors and the machine.
Any car up to 10 years old and with less than 100,000 miles on the clock can be protected by a Warranty Direct policy for items such as the cylinder head, cylinder head gasket, camshaft and bearings and even down to the timing gears, chains, cam belt and tensioners.
According to Mark Faiman, product planning specialist, TMHU, changes to the injector pump, timing gears and injectors made it possible for the 1DZ-III to meet Tier 4 Interim without a diesel particulate filter, catalyst or electronic controls for the engine.