Engines and components are used to convert energy into mechanical force and motion for automotive and industrial applications.
Carburetors are devices used to proportionally mix a fuel with air for a combustion process.
Industrial engines are heavy-duty, internal combustion engines that are used to power and propel vehicles, machinery, and equipment. They burn a liquid or gaseous fuel such as gasoline, diesel, biodiesel, propane, or natural gas.
Engine starters provide the initial rotation for internal combustion engines. They cause the pistons to move before ignition, enabling the engine to turn over so that it can then operate under its own power.
Stirling engines produce mechanical power through the cyclic compression and expansion of compressible fluids, such as air and gases, by interaction with a heat source.