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1892 Daimler motorized fire-fighting pump

This fire-fighting pump was one of the first of its kind with a gasoline engine. While it was still drawn by horses, its water pump was driven by a seven-horsepower (5.1 kW) two-cylinder engine. To generate its pump output of 80 gallons per minute by means of manpower, 32 firemen had previously been required.

• Cylinders 2
• Displacement 186 cu in
• Output 7 hp (5.1 kW)
• at engine speed 540/min
• Pump output 80 gal/min

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