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ens the of o u g h seen an election ot be.n same time position most success and r H.O.R. Co. of assured Continued iVom Last Page) ' n-ogrcssed to a s u f f i c i e n t ho m a n u f a c t u r e of diescl vas Inkcn up by the Nurnberg' .[j",'," plnnt as well, and after a period of years Augsburg was building engines of Ihe 4-cyelc type and S'urnberp: was building engines of :he' 2-cycle type. . Within the last 'e wyeavs, the entire Diescl oc- livity has been transferred to Hie Augsburg plant, where now 50 per cent of the capacity of their huge workshops arc devoted ci- clnsively to Diesel engine building The Nninberg plant is devoting 1000 attention lo gas engines over 1000 horsepower, steam engines, steam turbines, railway er|tiipinent; and also [here is enjoyed n high prestige prestige in construction building such ns bridges, cranes, etc. Wonderful Engineers. "Mucli of (he success of fhe M. A. N. company can he attributed lo the design, b u i l d i n g and research work of their splendid engineering engineering staff. And just as a m a t t e r of interest, it cnn be pointed out Hint there are m a n y at Augsburg who have spent thctt- cntire t i m e since leaving college, Imost 30 years, w i t h diesel problems. "Despite the fact l h a t M. ins built upward of a m i l l i o horsepower of diesel engines in its own enormous workships, it serves in a dual capacity in that it has licensed world famous German shipyards, whero m a n y of the internationally well known ships have been built. The following shipyards arc licensees of M. A. N.: Bloom Voss, Weser at Brc ·any ard yar hor Standard Standard Co., the quar- English of Hamilton men, Tecklenborg, Vulcan at Hamburg Hamburg and Stctin. Record of Hamilton Plant. "The Hoovcn, Owens, Uentsch- Icr Co. at Hamilton, 0., established in 1845, has had a development , , : ,, . , Jr., i quite similar in many ways to store ' h a t of tbe M. A. N. company. companies wore formed at a b o u t the same time. The H. H. cpmpany in the beginning manufactured manufactured saw-mill machinery nnd then built a corliss engine, nnd now . in it's plants at Hamillon builds steam engines of all types a M builds slcam engines of all types I b e l C o r all purposes; gns engines; theiS" m a c h i n e r y ; plate rolling mill equipment, etc. ' "The Hamilton plant's conlri- Beeler, tho plan bution lo shipbuilding is too well known for elaboration at length. As is generally [fnown in shipping circles, during Ihe receut war cm J "- n . v r , -- o · West g association,jcrgency, tho^ Hamilton Ohio. the Held' four 2800 horsepower engines a week for tho Kmcrgeney Fleet cor- vclpped for m a r i n e purposes joratioii. In addition, somo seventy-seven seventy-seven MOO horsepower engines engines wero furnished and f o r t 750-hors'epower engines. ' Fine Achievement. 'Hamilton engineers linvo de. . mil 11 l u l l \ , I J K . I ' V V iteam engines from 750 horse- t to 5000 horsepower a n d power \duous sizes of these engines fig-

Clipped from Hamilton Evening Journal05 Jul 1924, SatPage 9

Hamilton Evening Journal (Hamilton, Ohio)05 Jul 1924, SatPage 9
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