oil-cooled


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oil-cooled

adj
(General Engineering) (of an engine, apparatus, etc) having its heat removed by the circulation of oil
oil cooler n
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The vehicle is to be powered by the 249cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled, SOHC, fuel-injected engine that generates 26 bhp at 9,000 rpm and 22.6 Nm of peak torque, coupled with a six-speed gearbox and a Suzuki Oil Cooling System.
Easy Operation Package software contributes to ease of use, while an oil-cooled spindle controls heat.
Oil-cooled disc brakes further reduce the cost of ownership by preventing the accumulation of dust and debris.
These pumps have an oil-cooled and lubricated double mechanical seal design with SiC versus SiC faces and Buna N elastomers.
On the mechanical front, the new cruiser Hyosung GT250R facelift packs the same oil-cooled, 249 cc, four-stroke, V-twin, DOHC, fuel injected engine, which can pump in a maximum power output of 29.20 PS and peak torque of 22.07 Nm.
In a fully encapsulated oil-cooled rotary screw compressor package even the losses from the electric motor can be recovered as hot air.
TP75 features include air- and oil-cooled barrels, with optional gearbox oil quality monitoring and a high wear package with a tungsten screw and barrel.
TP75 features include air-and oil-cooled barrels, with optional gearbox oil quality monitoring and a high wear package with a tungsten screw and barrel.
The truck also includes oil-cooled disc brakes for longer brake life and cost savings, a common battery compartment for use in mixed fleets, and side-of-truck battery access for easier, faster changes.
In the meantime, BCP has decided it will fund the installation of a $50,000 oil-cooled system to supply power for the twin pad arena's transformer.
The second scenario, (b), can occur when a thermosiphon oil-cooled screw compressor package is started while the refrigerant-side of the oil cooler is isolated (valved-out).