While Buy Aviation Parts offers rapid lead-times and expedited shipping, the United States is currently falling deeper into supply chain issues that impact all those involved in the aviation industry. This can cause slower delivery times than usual and makes efficient purchasing a challenge. Therefore, the following blog will discuss some of the major issues disrupting the supply chain and the importance of ordering aircraft and engine parts sooner rather than later.

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One of the most common types of engines used is the piston engine. They are among the most popular engines that are sought for cars and other vessels in the United States as well as in other countries. However there are variations in the types of engines that are used in the United States, as some vessels require a rotary engine. To those who are novices in this type of industry, a piston engine and a rotary engine may appear the same, but they are not. There are some distinct differences between them that you should be familiar with. In this article, we will go over some of the differences of the two.

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The valves in an engine, known simply as engine valves, are designed to balance and control the flow of gasses that come into and out of the cylinders located in the engine. They are intended to regulate the gas levels during the combustion process of the engine. In basic terms, they serve to open and close a portal for air or gas coming in and out of the engine. Depending on the type of vessel the engine is working for, the engine may have one or more valves. Automobile engines, for instance, tend to have two engine valves that are placed for each cylinder. Aircraft engines also tend to have multivalve. 

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