Welling & Crossley offer a large and diverse range of diesel engines specifically for use in fire applications. C186FE air cooled diesel engines are designed to withstand the toughest operating conditions with reduced vibrations for longer lasting performance.
The exhaust flex muffler is supplied loose, while belt guards and the engine feet come attached to the system. The air cooled diesel engines are energised to stop solenoid, with speed transducer tapping and a condensation trap below the exhaust manifold.
The engines have a power rating of 6.5 kilowatts and a starter voltage of 12 volts. The flywheel housing features a stub shaft, the governing is mechanical and there is one cylinder. C186FE air cooled diesel engines have an exhaust gas flow of 24 litres per second, and exhaust pipe size of 2 centimetres and an exhaust gas temperature of 600 degrees Celsius.
The engines have a total weight of 65 kilograms and a cubic capacity of 0.41 litres. The maximum speed they can operate is 3000rpm and the combustion air flow is 9 litres per second. The radiator air flows at 30 metres cubed per minute and the heat rejection to atmosphere is 6 kilowatts.