V2403 Diesel Engine Cylinder Heads For Excavator PC56 - 7 19077 - 03040
|Type: Engine cylinder heads||Model Number: V2403|
|Application: Excavator||Quality: High quality|
|Injection: Eddy||valve: 8 valve|
|Part code: 19077 - 03040||Number of Cylinders: 4|
A cylinder head contains intake air, exhaust, Copland, and oil passageways. One of the functions of a cylinder head is cooling the engine. The head achieves that using two main methods; water or air. Water-cooled heads are the most popular, and many modern engines are of this type.
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When it comes to cylinder head parts and functions, many people do not have adequate information. That is why we wrote this article. It contains details about the role of different parts of a cylinder head. We also included images for the cylinder head components to help you understand them better.
A cylinder head may look simple from outside. However, it is a complex structure containing ports and spaces to hold different components. Here are pictures of cylinder head parts, names, and the functions of each.
Cylinder Head Parts List
Cylinder Head Parts
The cylinder head is made up of many parts, some major and others not so noticeable. They are:
Cylinder head gasket
1. Head Gasket
This is the part found between the cylinder head and the engine block. A cylinder head gasket is set with bolts to the top of the engine housing. It is usually made of steel metal. One of the main functions of a cylinder head gasket is to act as a seal between the cylinder head and the engine block. It prevents oil and engine coolant from leaking or mixing. Intake and exhaust gases, too.
Another important cylinder head gasket in cars is to help maintain the pressure of combustion gases. Without the gasket, the two components are likely to fail as a result of loss of pressure. This would, in turn, cause the engine to reduce its performance significantly.
The head gasket life expectancy varies depending on vehicle usage. Heat destroys it quickly. Excessive temperatures are the main cause of a split head gasket and should be avoided. Performance head gaskets are made to withstand harsh conditions and last a long time.