Unclassified transportation includes equipment and products that are not specific to a single mode of transportation and may be used in automotive, marine, aerospace, or rail vehicles.
Camshafts (12 suppliers)
Camshafts are shafts that contain cams either as an integral part of the shaft or that have been attached to the shaft. As the camshaft rotates, the cams act to actuate different functions - such as a valve opening or a switch closing - at predefined intervals.
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Carburetors (29 suppliers)
Carburetors are devices used to proportionally mix a fuel with air for a combustion process.
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Collision Avoidance Systems (21 suppliers)
Collision avoidance systems are designed to prevent or reduce the severity of vehicle collisions by providing aural and visual warnings to operators, or by proactively executing defensive maneuvers such as braking when a there is a possibility of collision.
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Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations (21 suppliers)
Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations are devices designed for charging electric vehicles. Charging stations are designed either for home or public use and may have different charging rates.
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Fuel Injectors (11 suppliers)
Fuel injectors dispense a fuel mist into an engine and can be controlled to deliver precise amounts of fuel at specified time intervals.
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Seatbelts (13 suppliers)
Seatbelts are safety restraint belts that hold an occupant in a vehicle upon an impact to protect them from injury
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Spark Plugs (14 suppliers)
Spark plugs are used in engine cylinders to ignite the fuel in an internal combustion engine while withstanding high pressures and temperatures.
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Steering Wheels (17 suppliers)
Steering wheels are the most common interface for a human to direct a vessel or vehicle. They are integral devices in a steering system which control the orientation of the directional mechanism, such as a rudder or rack-and-pinion system.
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Tires (30 suppliers)
Tires are a rubber membrane that is usually reinforced, they are placed on a wheel rim and make contact with the rolling surface while providing traction.
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Towbars (15 suppliers)
Towbars are devices used between a tow vehicle and a vehicle or aircraft being towed. They are fabricated to withstand the pushback forces of the item being towed.
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Windshield Wipers (15 suppliers)
Windshield wipers are flexible blades used to push precipitation off of a vehicle's windshield. The blades are pushed over the surface of the windshield in an action that continually sweeps moisture off to improve operator vision.
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Windshields and Vehicle Windows (21 suppliers)
Windshields, windscreens and vehicle windows provide visibility for personnel inside aerospace, marine, roadway, and railway vehicles while protecting occupants from oncoming rain, insects and debris.
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