Valve Lifter

A Valve Lifter, also known as a tappet or lifter, is a component within the engine that assists in the opening and closing of the engine’s valves.
It’s active during the engine’s combustion cycle, specifically in the valve train system, to control valve movement.
The Valve Lifter ensures precise and synchronized movement of the valves, facilitating proper intake and exhaust processes for combustion.
Valve Lifters are located within the engine block and are in direct contact with the camshaft, transmitting the cam’s motion to the valves.
Engine designers and manufacturers incorporate Valve Lifters to ensure efficient valve operation within specific engine configurations.
Valve Lifters convert the rotational motion of the camshaft into vertical movement, allowing the valves to open and close in synchronization with the engine’s cycle.