New T. & M. Line

| September/October 1969

  • T. & M. Quality Engine

  • T. & M. Quality Engine

1223 Westover Road Danville, Virginia 24541

(This ad and article taken from the Farm Implement News of April 15, 1915. Volume XXXVI.) Arthur says: 'The answer to a picture (What Is It?) in your Sept.-Oct. 68 GEM is in this article.'

The Termaat & Monahan Company of Oshkosh, Wis., placed a new engine on the market the first of this year, which has many new and decided improvements.

These engines, as can be seen from the cut, have vertical valves, which simply float in the cages, doing away with the wear on the valve stems and the valve seats. The inlet valve is automatically operated, and the exhaust valve mechanically operated by means of a pull rod from the eccentric. Access to the valves is obtained by a cage immediately at the top of the integral cylinder head, and these valves may be ground in this position. This arrangement is very simple, and they are very easily removed. When this arrangement was designed, kerosene operation was taken into consideration. Economical fuel consumption has been obtained, as the gas sprays directly on the exhaust valve, which is the hottest part of the engine. Because of this, the fuel is not wasted, and greater power obtained per cubic compression unit.

Termaat & Monahan Company Division 'A', Oshkosh, Wis.

Most Up-to-Datc Gas Engine on the Market Self-Starting Magneto. Latest Feature in Speed Change. Integral Cylinder Head. No Packing. Semi - Enclosed Crank Case Sensitive Two-Ball Governor

Every size guaranteed to develop 20% greater horse power than rated and operate on less fuel per horse power than the old designs of engines. Here is our proposition to the dealer: Write for prices--buy a sample--if not the biggest value you ever saw, return to us.