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1.     Frame: It supports the various moving parts.

2.     Cylinder: It forms a chamber in which the piston moves to and fro.

3.     Steam Chest: Integrally casted with cylinder and is closed with a cover.

4.     Piston: It is a cylindrical part which reciprocates to and fro in the cylinder under the action of steam pressure.

5.     Piston Rod: It connects the piston with cross head and is made of mild steel.

6.     Cross Head: Fixed between connecting rod and piston rod. The cross head slides between guide bars.



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