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A baffle plate is fitted inside the oil pan to prevent the oil from splashing when it is subjected to vibration and other movement during vehicle operation.
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Rajesh Dâs said:   11 months ago
I agree with you all. Thanks.

Prasanta biswal said:   3 years ago
When the vehicle is on the corner or the time of acceleration and deceleration, oil in the oil pan will lean or jump. To prevent these to happen, baffle is assembled in the pan of stock engine, thanks @Vishnudat.

Annappa said:   4 years ago
How it reduces the shock and vibration?

Annappa. said:   4 years ago
What is the advantage of a baffle plate?

K.manoj said:   4 years ago
Baffle plate is used to reduce the pressurized flow to the crankcase.

Laxman said:   4 years ago
I agree with you @Hari.

Feckson john said:   5 years ago
Baffle plate prevent fuel or oil surge when driver negotiating corner.

VISHNUDATH V said:   5 years ago
OIL PAN BAFFLE PLATE. When the vehicle is on the corner or the time of acceleration and deceleration, oil in the oil pan will lean or jump. To prevent these to happen, baffle is assembled in the pan of stock engine.

Anand said:   5 years ago
An oil pan is typically provided with a baffle plate, which is used to eliminate entrapment of air in an oil strainer, such as a filtration oil filter, through oil inlets, as well as to prevent oil from sloshing around. Conventionally, the baffle plate is welded to the oil pan, or otherwise secured, together with the oil pan, to an engine block.

Machaan said:   5 years ago
No, baffle plate used on oil sump to eliminate surging of oil.


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