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piston rod

n.
A connecting rod that transmits power to or is powered by a piston.

piston rod

n
1. (Automotive Engineering) the rod that connects the piston of a reciprocating steam engine to the crosshead
2. (Automotive Engineering) a less common name for a connecting rod

pis′ton rod`


n.
a rod that transmits the motion of a piston in an engine or pump.
[1780–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.piston rod - connecting rod that moves or is moved by a pistonpiston rod - connecting rod that moves or is moved by a piston
connecting rod - a rod that transmits motion (especially one that connects a rotating wheel to a reciprocating shaft)
piston, plunger - mechanical device that has a plunging or thrusting motion
Translations

piston rod

n (Aut) → biella
References in classic literature ?
The slender expressive fingers, forever active, for- ever striving to conceal themselves in his pockets or behind his back, came forth and became the piston rods of his machinery of expression.
Cook has provided millions of piston rings and riders for a wide range of applications, as well as single-piece and segmental pistons, and piston rods for all major makes and models of compressors.
Check the piston rods daily for cleanliness and obstructions.
As well as sales and servicing of compressor valves and compressor components and sales of pistons and rider and packing rings, the company undertakes cylinder repairs and the production of liners and piston rods.
I think I am bit old, at 70, to be one of the piston rods of revolution" Former anti-sleaze MP Martin Bell "I still can't believe it.
The machines, made at Thompson's manufacturing facilities in Hereward Rise and Chancel Way, are specially designed to friction weld a variety of hydraulic cylinder piston rods in a wide range of diameters from 20-130mm.
Featuring all 316-stainless-steel wetted parts, the M10 can be equipped with 12 sizes of piston rods for installation in tanks from 12 to 144 inches deep.
On the chassis there are companion flanges, wheel hubs, rear axle casings, sector shaft OD's, steering rack OD's, universal joints, CV joints and shock absorber piston rods.
Internal shock pads are standard, as are internally lubricated polymer bearings, hard-chrome-plated alloy-steel piston rods, and urethane piston and rod seals.
They feature a steel body with black oxide finish and hardened stainless steel piston rods and button.