Monday, January 13, 2020

Reed valve

Reed valves are a type of check valve which restrict the flow of fluids to a single direction, opening and closing under changing pressure on each face. 
Modern versions often consist of flexible metal or composite materials 
Reed valves are commonly used in high-performance versions of the two-stroke engine, where they control the fuel-air mixture admitted to the cylinder.
 As the piston rises in the cylinder a vacuum is created in the crankcase beneath the piston.

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