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INGCO S-LM-CR-GLM30181, Gasoline Lawn Mower-Connecting rods
INGCO S-LM-CR-GLM30181, Gasoline Lawn Mower-Connecting rods

INGCO S-LM-CR-GLM30181, Gasoline Lawn Mower-Connecting rods

INGCO S-LM-CR-GLM30181, Gasoline Lawn Mower-Connecting rods

INGCO S-LM-CR-GLM30181, Gasoline Lawn Mower-Connecting rods

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Function:

The connecting rod acts as a bridge between the piston and the crankshaft in a lawn mower engine. Here’s how it facilitates power transfer:

  1. Piston Movement: As the piston moves up and down within the cylinder due to combustion, the piston pin at the top of the connecting rod translates this reciprocating motion.
  2. Connecting Rod Rotation: The connecting rod is designed to pivot slightly at its connection points with the piston pin and the crankshaft. This pivoting motion accommodates the slight angle of the connecting rod as the crankshaft rotates.
  3. Crankshaft Rotation: The movement of the connecting rod ultimately causes the crankshaft to rotate. This rotation is what drives the mower blades through a belt or gear system.
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INGCO S-LM-CR-GLM30181, Gasoline Lawn Mower-Connecting rods(S-LM-CR-GLM30181)

product details:

In a gasoline lawn mower engine, the connecting rod plays a critical role in transferring the reciprocating motion of the piston into the rotating motion of the crankshaft. Here’s a detailed breakdown of its function, materials, and some additional points to consider:

Function:

The connecting rod acts as a bridge between the piston and the crankshaft in a lawn mower engine. Here’s how it facilitates power transfer:

  1. Piston Movement: As the piston moves up and down within the cylinder due to combustion, the piston pin at the top of the connecting rod translates this reciprocating motion.
  2. Connecting Rod Rotation: The connecting rod is designed to pivot slightly at its connection points with the piston pin and the crankshaft. This pivoting motion accommodates the slight angle of the connecting rod as the crankshaft rotates.
  3. Crankshaft Rotation: The movement of the connecting rod ultimately causes the crankshaft to rotate. This rotation is what drives the mower blades through a belt or gear system.

Materials:

Connecting rods in gasoline lawn mower engines are typically manufactured from durable and lightweight materials to handle the forces involved:

  • Forged Steel: The most common material due to its excellent strength-to-weight ratio. Forged steel can withstand the high pressures and stresses experienced during engine operation.
  • Sintered Powder Metal (Less Common): In some less expensive lawn mowers, you might find connecting rods made from sintered powder metal. While less expensive than forged steel, this material might not offer the same level of strength and durability.

Components of a Connecting Rod:

  • Big End: The larger end of the connecting rod that connects to the crankshaft through a bearing. This bearing allows for smooth rotation of the connecting rod on the crankshaft.
  • Small End: The smaller end of the connecting rod that connects to the piston pin. This end might have a bushing or bearing to minimize friction between the piston pin and the connecting rod.
  • Beam: The main body of the connecting rod that connects the big end and the small end. The beam is typically I-shaped or H-shaped for strength and rigidity.

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