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Motore Diesel Hille Werke AG
Anni '20



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Description

Stationary Diesel engine, single-cylinder 4-stroke, manufactured by the Hille Werke AG, in Dresden (Germany) in 1920s and commonly used in factories and workshops to drive operating machines, pumps or electric generators, up to the first half of the XX century. At the beginning of the XX century, thanks to its better efficiency and economy, this type of engine progressively replaced the reciprocating steam engines.


Technical specifications

ManufacturerHille Werke AG, Dresden, Germany, 1920s
Descriptionstationary, single-cylinder, 4-stroke Diesel engine
Stroke300 mm
Bore180 mm
Displacement7634 cm
Valvetrain systemwith intake and exhaust poppet valves operated by pushrods and rocker arms
Fuel Feeding systemsupplied by a reciprocating single-cylinder pump for heavy oil (or diesel fuel) direct injection, controlled by a Hartung-type centrifugal speed regulator
Cooling systemliquid-fed
Lubrication systemwith multiple oilers


Application

Commonly used in factories and workshops to drive operating machines, pumps or electric generators.

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