Chevy Impala 1963, Breather Cap by Stant®. This cap is designed to keep dirt and debris from entering the engine while allowing the crankcase ventilation that is so critical for proper engine performance and to prevent leaks. Heavy-duty construction and premium materials ensure durability even under the toughest operating conditions.
|Shell Diameter: 3.14"(79.76 mm)|
- Enables crankcase ventilation
- Prevents dirt and debris from entering engine
- Made from premium materials
- Heavy duty construction
The engine crankcase must be ventilated to prevent the buildup of pressure that can cause gaskets to fail and oil leaks. Depending on application and design, the crankcase breather cap can double as an oil fill cap and breather or be a breather element alone, and the cap can be for a closed positive crankcase ventilation system or function as an open crankcase breather. Regardless of design and application, all caps are made from premium materials with heavy-duty construction.
Stant® is a world leader in the development and manufacture of fuel and cooling system products. Founded in Connersville, Indiana by George Stant in 1898, today the company is still based in Connersville, but is now owned by HIG Capital LLC. Stant designs and produces a variety of consumer products including thermostats, radiator and coolant reservoir caps, original equipment style and locking fuel caps, oil fill caps, pressure testers and adapters, and fuel cap testers and adapters. Stant also offers products for heavy-duty vehicles, and farm and construction equipment, and makes parts for vehicle and equipment manufacturers. The company’s extensive background in the research and development of cooling and fuel management systems and expertise in designing steel, molded plastic, and rubber components, along with its ability to build assembly and testing equipment in-house enables Stant to move products seamlessly from concept to production. The majority of Stant consumer products are manufactured in the USA in TS16949/ISO14001 certified facilities.