It is worth noting that not long ago, in 1902, the year, the design for the automatic transmission torque converter appeared. Nearly nothing has changed during this time, all the basics and features are included in modern models.
Initially, these converters were installed exclusively on buses. Only a few decades later, manufacturers started to include it in passenger vehicles. And this is not surprising because the part allows you to convert and transfer the moment from the engine to the installed automatic transmission very well. The driver can also change the torque and speed. Initially, this innovation began to be installed on the Ford car. Popularity has increased significantly after a few years.
When they are malfunctioning, it not only leads to frustration on your part, but it also can lead to downtime and lost business opportunities. If you regularly work with industrial equipment like cranes who need regular service and repair on parts such as torque converters, here are some important signs that your torque converter is going to need service real soon.
Dec 5, 17 •
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What is a power take off? Power take-off (PTO) transfers the mechanical power of the engine over to another piece of the equipment. This allows for the power to move throughout the equipment to transmit energy even if it doesn’t have a motor or engine itself. Read Full Article →
A hydraulic pump uses hydraulic power pump drives (PPDs) engineered for agricultural markets, as well as construction, forestry, petroleum, and marine industries. The hydraulic pump is a mechanical device that produces hydraulic energy from mechanical power. It generates flow with sufficient power, which will allow it to overcome pressure from the load. Read Full Article →
Jun 21, 17 •
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ROCKFORD POWERTRAIN ® ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT POWER TAKE-OFF
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This Industrial PTO is a single plate SAE 7.5” HE clutch, with a SAE #5 bell housing.
The internal clutch pack assembly number is 4-15823.
This Rockford Powertrain Original model has a bronze release collar & sleeve assembly.The clutch body measures 7.5″ in diameter. The organic gear tooth facing (friction plate) has 47 teeth, 8.08″OD, 4.5” ID and 0.438” thick. It also is segmented into 3 pieces for easy replacement in the field. Read Full Article →