Güldner Type LK Engine Sold by Ronaldson Bros. & Tippett
Air-Cooled Diesel Engine
4-8 h.p. at 1,500 – 3,000 r.p.m
Brought to Australia by Ronaldson Tippett.
Diesel History began when Professor Rudolf Diesel perfected the power principle which now bears his honoured name. Diesel’s chief designer, Dr Hugo Güldner worked with him from 1898 to 1904, when following on his experience with diesel he commenced manufacturing his own engines.
Later, he produced his first solid injection Diesel Engine.
Today, Güldner Type LK Diesel Engine Diesels are in world-wide use. So highly are they regarded that Ronaldson-Tippett selected Güldner Type LK Diesel Engines to build, under licence, and so bring the advantages of these compact, light-weight, versatile air-cooled Diesels to Australia.
As with all Ronaldson-Tippett Engines, spare parts are promptly available all over Australia.
Type LK, 4-8 h.p. vertical, four-cycle, single-cylinder direct injection, air-cooled Diesel Engine.
Bore: 75mm (2.95″)
Stroke: 100mm (3.94″)
Swept Volume: 440 c.c.
Compression Ratio: 19:1.
Speed and Power Range:
|Speed||Continuous Output||Maximum Useful Output|
|1,500 r.p.m.||4.0 h.p.||4.3 h.p.|
|2,000 r.p.m.||5.5 h.p.||5.8 h.p.|
|2,500 r.p.m.||6.6 h.p.||7.1 h.p.|
|3,000 r.p.m.||7.5 h.p.||8.0 h.p.|
Crankshaft PTO: 1 1/8″ dia. Keyway 1/4″ wide x 1/8″.
Camshaft PTO: 30mm dia. taper mounting. Keyway 3/8″.
Standard Pulleys: Flat-face: 8 1/2″ dia. x 4 1/2″. V-belt: 3 B-section, 5″ p.c.d.
Alternative Drives and Other equipment shown below.
Oil Sump: 1.51 litres (0.33 Imp. Gal.).
Fuel Tank: 6.51 litres (1.43 Imp. Gal.).
Weight: 85kg. (187 lbs.).
Look at the adaptability of Güldner Diesel Engines . . . Various Drives which can be fitted to either flywheel or Camshaft:
- Flat belt pulley.
- V-belt pulley.
- Flange shaft (flywheel only).
4. Drive flange (camshaft only).
5. Speed control lever.
6. Reduction Gear.
7. Clutch Take-off Assembly.
8. Clutch Reducton Assembly.
9. Electric Generator.
10. Electric Starter.
Güldner Diesel Engines are made by Ronaldson-Tippett under liccence from Güldner-Motoren-Werke, Aschaffenburg, West Germany.