Gears are an imperative part of many motors and machines, where they do things like increase torque output by providing gear reduction and alter the direction of rotation like in automotive vehicles. They are used for far more applications than just these two, and therefore come in many different types. The most common gear types are spur, helical, bevel, rack, and worm. In this blog we will discuss each type and how they differ from one another.
A gear is a device made of toothed wheels that transfer mechanical power between two elements. They are found throughout machines used for industrial processes, such as production lines in drive systems. However, they are also used in a wide range of sectors such as mining, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, textiles, and more. This blog will focus specifically on a certain type of gear: the bevel gear.
When performing inspections and maintenance on an aircraft, utilizing a jack is crucial for safety in order to avoid accidents, damages, and injuries. Depending on the size and model of the aircraft being worked on, there are various hydraulic jack types that may be used such as bipod, tripod, quadropod, and axle aircraft jacks. In general, tripod and axle jacks prove to be the most widely used, due in part to their offered benefits and capabilities. In this blog, we will discuss the tripod and axle aircraft jack, as well as the aircraft jack labeling system and inspection process to help you have a better understanding of jacks.
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