A carburetor (American spelling) or carburettor (Commonwealth spelling) is a device that blends air and fuel for an internal combustion engine. It was invented by Karl Benz before 1885 and patented in 1886 . It is colloquially called a carb (in North America and the United Kingdom).
A device in an internal combustion engine for mixing air with a fine spray of liquid fuel
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110902 carburetor mount
Briggs & Stratton engine
1983 Sensation mower
The carburetor mounts onto / into the gas tank here. One of the venturis slips down into the circular hole at left and sucks fuel up from the tank. The choke link spring attached to the diaphragm sits in the center of the 'fuel bowl' at lower right.