Internal Combustion Engines for Mining Purposes

CIM Bulletin1928
THE past decade has witnessed a rapid increase in the number and variety of uses found for internal combustion engines in mining operations. Gasoline engines are now widely used for operating core drills, pumps, compressors, small hoists, switching locomotives, tractors, boats, and other equipment. The heavy-oil engine is employed for operating compressors, generators, shovels, ore-milling machinery, and- in the iron, copper, and coal districts- in connection with that' latest newcomer in modern railroading, the oil-electric locomotive.
Keywords: Air, Combustion, compressor, diesel engine, gasoline, Ingersoll-Rand Company., plant, Compressors, Cost, Costs, Engines, Oil, Oils, Plants, Steam
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