The Builders' Journal

The Builders' Journal

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In fact these engines are often shunned and avoided, and other sources of power are used which are more costly and not nearly as flexible. ... which soon causes breakage, so the contractor is somewhat justified in his prejudice against gasolene engines. ... for that matter, should not be worked up to or beyond its maximum capacity if it 1s expected to last any time and give real service. ... The engine should be placed where there is light and be given room so that it is easily accessible.

Title:The Builders' Journal
Publisher: - 1921

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