Single-cylinder engines

  • 10-Jul-2008 07:52 EDT
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The Hatz single-cylinder B family of engines now covers 1.88 to 10.7 hp (1.4 to 8 kW) in both horizontal and vertical crankshaft versions, while the D single-cylinder family covers 3.2 to 15 hp (2.4 to 11.2 kW). Multi-cylinder families include the G, L, and M, which range from 10.1 to 21.2 hp (7.5 to 15.8 kW), 20.4 to 66.4 hp (15.2 to 49.5 kW), and 22.3 to 72.2 hp (16.6 to 53.9 kW), respectively. Suitable for compaction equipment, generators, water pumps, cement mixers, concrete pumps, drilling rigs, and asphalt equipment, as well as railway maintenance, military, agricultural, and industrial equipment, the engines feature multiple power takeoff points and a combination of PTO drive methods. Some models offer hand start as well as 12- and 24-V electric starting. Options include safety shutdown systems, remote air cleaners, mounted or remote instrument panels, and exhausts.

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