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National Gas and Oil Engine Co.


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Pictures from the company history of The National Gas & Oil Engine Co. Ltd

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Mirrlees Blackstone Company


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Pictures from the company history of Mirrlees Blackstone

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Rustons - Vulcan Foundry


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Pictures from the company history of The Vulcan Foundry

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1892 viewsIn 1926 attention was paid to the development of other enclosed types, incorporating forced lubrication and two models were designed, one having a bore of 12.5 inches and a stroke of 19 inches, developing 60 BHP per cylinder at 300 r.p.m. and the other having a bore of 13 and three quarter inches and a stroke of 19 inches, developing 75 BHP per cylinder at 375 r.p.m.

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1729 viewsDuring 1906, the Admiralty specification required lightweight diesel engines for the propulsion of pinnaces and Mirrlees designed a four cylinder unit of 120 BHP at 400 r.p.m. These engines had bed plates of aluminium and columns of manganese bronze. The piston diameter was 9 and three quarter inches with a stroke of 12 inches.
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