gearcase


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gearcase

(ˈɡɪəˌkeɪs)
n
(Mechanical Engineering) a protective casing for the gear mechanism of a vehicle or piece of machinery
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The propeller configuration, Suzuki engineers say, was selected to minimize the size of the gears, affording greater thrust and speed by way of a sleek, hydrodynamic gearcase.
Key features include 316L stainless steel wetted parts with alloy 88 non-galling rotors, 304 stainless gearcase, bearing protection package, single o-ring seals, NEMA 4X VFD with remote speed potentiometer and washdown-friendly 304 stainless steel cart.
An all-new, hydro dynamically designed standard gearcase (with a 2.
Because you don't want any metal shavings or foreign substances such as water in the oil sitting in the gearcase all winter.
The Extrusion Systems Group offers modernization packages that include feedscrew rebuilding and replacement, gearcase retrofits, process control upgrades, L/D conversions, extruder upgrades, air-to-water conversion packages, system overhauls and custom engineering.
Davis-Standard offers gearcase retrofits for non-Davis-Standard extruders.
Students receive instruction related to safety, tools and equipment, fasteners, measurement, engine identification, basic electrical, engine principles and design cooling systems, lubrication systems, fuel and carburetor systems, shop management, mechanical remote control assembly, propeller and trim, mechanical gearcase, advanced fuel systems, advanced carburetion, ignition systems, and engine overhaul.
And if desired, Universal 1 pumps can be upgraded to include Wright's rotorcase hold-down bolts, fixing the rotorcase to the gearcase even when the cover is removed to prevent damage to seals and rotors during routine maintenance and cleaning.
Universal gearcase sizes are available from 02 to 11 for interchangeability.
Versatrak features twin Gerotor pumps on each side of the aluminum rear gearcase, which sense speed differences between the vehicle's front and rear axles.
Two gearcase styles are available with two- or three-stage units that mount in any position.