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Titan Oil Engines--30 Types, 15 Sizes 
The Greatest Variety of Engines Built 







Vertical Skidded, Page 10 Vertical Stationary, Page 11 Pumping, Page 24 



Nonpareil, Page H 







1-H. P., Page 8 



2J^-H. P., Page 9 Nonpareil, Page 10 Air-Cooled, Page 8 





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T. C. Stationary, Page 11 T. C. Skidded, Page 12 H. C. Skidded, Page 13 H. C. Stationary, Page 15 

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T. C. Portable, Page 16 T. C. Mounting, Page 18 H. C. Mounting, Page 18 H. C. Portable, Page 17 




Pumping, Page 25 



Spraying, Page 27 



Sawing, Page 23 



Spraying, I'uge 27 



International Harvester Company of America 

(INCORPORATED) 

>E CHICAGO USA 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



The Factory That Has Built a Quarter of a 
Million Oil and Gas Engines 



Experience Tells The novice makes a 
poor fanner at first, 
and his product is of an inferior quality until 
he has had experience. The same is true in 
manufacturing, only more so, as the manufac- 
turer has not nature to help him. The Inter- 
national Harvester Works at Milwaukee have 
been manufacturing engines for ten years. 
They have built over 250.000 engines during 
this time — more than any other manufac- 
turer. They have been shipped to all parts 
of the world and used under the most variable 
conditions of service. Every year the product 
has been improved as experience has shown 
where it could be bettered even if only slightly. 
This means that every part of a Titan engine 
that could possibly break or get out of order 
must have done so in the vast cjuantity of 
engines already built and have come to the 
attention of the Company. The Titan you 
buy today protects you against the ordinary 
engine ills — it is a result of long experience — a 
product you can depend upon. 



Automatic Machinery 
Means Standardization 



No matter how 
well a machine is 
designed if it is 
not well made it will not be a success. It 



takes good machinery to produce well fin- 
ished parts and automatic machinery to pro- 
duce accurate parts. The International Har- 
vester Works at Milwaukee are a model for 
equipment. The very latest automatic ma- 
chines make Titan parts. They make every 
similar part exactly alike without the slight- 
est variation so that if a new part is needed, 
it will fit as good as the old one. Not only 
does automatic machinery make parts better 
but it makes them cheaper. This is the 
reason you get so much more with a Titan 
engine for your money. 

Titan Inspection After an engine is fin- 
Means Perfection ished in the Titan plant, 
it goes through a long 
siege of testing. Every part is carefully ad- 
justed and it is subjected to a severe test run 
which is sure to bring out any faults in the 
construction or material. This is done before 
the paint is put on so nothing is covered up. 
It is one more protection y(ju have in a Titan 
engine. This engine is as good as experience, the 
best machinery, the best materials and the most 
careful inspection can make it. No guaran- 
tee could be stronger than the name "Titan". 
It represents all that is good in an oil engine. 




Milwaukee Works at Milwaukee, Wis. — The Home of the Titan Engines 

2 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Repairs Can Be Obtained Almost Anywhere 



The Value Service — the kind the Inter- 
of Service national Harvester Company of 
America gives through its eighty- 
seven branch houses and tliirty-five thousand 
dealers should not be lost sight of in the 
purchase of an engine. In many localities it 
is of vital importance to the engine owner and 
should be considered of equal importance to 
the quality of the engine. 



International 

Harvester 

Service 



tory. 



The International Harvester 
branches are conveniently 
located to give the best ser- 
vice to the surrounding terri- 
and there is no place so small or out 
of the way that cannot be reached from one 
or more of the many branches. Suppose 
your engine should freeze up some cold 
night or through some accident a part would 
be broken just at the time when you needed 
power most, it would only be a matter of a 
day or two at most till the new part could be 
obtained from the nearest branch house. 
More than likely the International Harvester 
dealer in your own or neighboring town would 



have the part in stock waiting for just such 
an occasion. Time means money and the loss 
of several days or sometimes weeks in delay 
waiting for parts or advice, especially when 
you have a gang of men drawing pay for doing 
nothing, means enough money to nearly pay 
for the engine. At least the annoyance 
caused due to the wait is worth considering. 
But International Harvester service means 
more than quick repairs. It means that you 
have expert farm machine men within easy 
reach whom you can call on for advice and 
instructions for installing and operating ma- 
chinery by engine power. Often you can get 
personal attention as International Harvester 
men are traveling everywhere. 

Service International Harvester service 

a Guarantee is a protection against loss 
of time and a convenience 
that you get with the purchase of every Titan 
engine without extra cost. It is an asset that 
cannot be duplicated in any other make of 
engine or farm machine. Be sure and get a 
genuine Titan — it bears the I H C trade mark. 




BRAKCn nousts 



Eighty-seven branch houses in all parts of the United States to give you prompt service 

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The younger generdkiion 'welcomes aLTitaai. to do chores 




A TiiaLti does the haj^dest paj't of iRe 'Wbmaais ^/^ork 




ATiievn does your Reavy Avork bett er,qmcker,chesLper 




TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan Jr. 1-H. P. 
Gasoline Engine 

The Little Engine 
with the Big Pull 



Titan Jr. is the most compact and powerful 
engine of its weight on the market. It de- 
velops one full horse power and will do any 
of the small jobs that are such hard work on 
a hot day and take up so much of your time. 
Pumping the water, turning the grindstone, 
emery wheel, drill press, running small corn 
shellers, bone cutters, fanning mills, is just 
play for Titan Jr. For small, inexpensive, 
domestic water plants or spraying outfits, 
Titan Jr. cannot be equalled. It furnishes 
plenty of power and is so small and light that 
it takes up little space and is easily hauled 
around. This is a big point on the small 
spray rig. 

It is just the thing for the woman to run. 
It's so simple and easy to operate. She can 
start it herself and run it without aid. It 
will relieve her of the drudgery of washing by 
running the washing machine and wringer. 
In the dairy it will run the cream separator, 
churn, and pump, in fact, it will pay for 
itself for this work alone. 

Then the boys will appreciate Titan Jr. 
It takes the labor out of the chores and gives 
them an interest in the farm work, besides 
teaching them the use of machinery. 

You will be surprised at the number of 




111. 1'. Gasoline Engine 



diil'erent jobs this little engine can handle 
and how many backaches and how much 
annoyance it can save the whole family. 

In construction Titan Jr. is a masterpiece. 
It combines all thje features that go to make a 
reliable and substantial engine that will give 
real service, yet owing to the design, the weight 
has been kept down to the mininunn without 
sacrificing power or durability. Like all the 
larger Titans, it is four cycle type. The 
cylinder is hopper-cooled with a drain cock 
underneath for draining in cold weather. 
Make-and-break ignition is used and batteries 
are regularly furnished for the current. The 
governor is of the hit-and-miss type and much 
simpler in construction than the usual design. 
The mixer will handle gasoline, benzine, naph- 
tha, motor spirits or the better grades of 
kerosene without change. You don't have to 
buy high test gasoline either, as Titan Jr. 
Inirns the cheaper grades and motor spirits 
or good quality kerosene perfectly. You must 
see this little engine to really appreciate it. 
Titan Jr. is not a toy, but a full fledged 1-H. P. 
engine that will do a day's work. The first 
cost is so small and it is so economical to 
operate that every farmer needs one and can 
afford one. 



Equipment— Titan Jr. 1-H. P. hopper-cooled engines are completely equipped— ready to run— with the following 
accessories: One l-inch pulley with ,5-inch face, one galvanized fuel tank, steel battery box, batteries, spark coil, 
switch, oil can, lubricating oil, and necessary tools. The engine and fuel tank are mounted on substantial wood skids. 

Special Accessories— Special pulleys either 3 or 5 inches in diameter with .5-inch face can be furnished 
extra at additional cost, also a reducing gear for operating cream separators, churns, etc. 





Speed 
R. P. M. 


Regular Pulley 


Flywheel 


Capacity 

of Hopper 

Gallons 


Capacity ol' 

Fuel Tank 

Gallons 


Base Measures 
Inches 


Height of 

Oritfit 
Inches 


Approximate 


HP. 


Diameter 
I nches 


Face 
Inches 


Diameter 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Shipping 
Weight Pounds 


1 


650 


4 


5 


li'A 


iM 


1 


% 


283^x19 


18^ 


149 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



"Tom Thumb" Air-Gooled 
Gasoline 
Engines 




Titan H^p. Hopper 
Cooled Gaso- 
line Engines 



"Tom Thuiiil)" 1-H. P. Air-Cooled Gasoline Engine 

"Tom Thumb" is adapted to the Ught jobs 
around the farm and house. It is air-cooled — 
there is no water to freeze, and it is always 
ready to start at a minute's notice. The 
construction is extremely simple, and it is 
comparatively light in weight and easily moved. 
It is a four cycle type of engine with hit-and- 
miss governor, jump spark ignition, with a 
spark control lever. 

No gasoline pump is used, but, instead, 
a simple mixer placed over the gasoline tank. 
A partial vacuum is produced in the pipe by 
the suction stroke of the piston and a flow 
of gasoline is induced into the mixer. The 
fuel is regulated by the needle valve. Both 
valves may be removed by unscrewing one bolt 
in the cylinder head. A belt-driven fan aids 
in cooling the cylinder. These engines are 
equipped to operate on gasoline, motor spirits, 
benzine, or naphtha. 

Equipment — "Tom Thumb" air-cooled engines 
are equipped complete ready to run with the following 
accessories: Galvanized steel fuel tank, plain pulley, 
battery box, batteries, jump-spark coil, switch, spark 
plug, oil can and necessary tools, all mounted on a 
solid wood base. 

Special Accessories — A 6-in(h pulley with a 
5-inch face that can be used for operating the standard 
and walking beam pumping jacks, a reducing gear can 
be suppUed on special order. A 4-inch pulley with 
either a 2i2-''ich or 5-inch face and a 3x2}^-inch 
puUey may also be had on special order. A magneto 
and bracket and a special hand truck can be furnished 
for this engine on special order. See pages 28 to 31. 




Titan 1-H. P. Hopper-Cooled Gasoline Engine 

Titan 1-H. P. hopper-cooled gasoline en- 
gines are particularly desirable for the light 
work around the farm and in the country 
homes, such as pumping water, running cream 
separator, churn, washing machine, bone 
cutter, fanning mill, grindstone, etc., or for 
operating domestic water works, and electric 
light plants not requiring over one horse 
power. These powerful little engines are per- 
fect in every respect, embodying many of the 
features used on our larger engines, such as 
make-and-break ignition with magneto, re- 
movable cylinder head, etc. 

The construction is similar to the "Tom 
Thumb" engine except the cylinder is hopper- 
cooled and the ignition is make-and-break, 
the current for which is furnished by a mag- 
neto. They will operate on gasoline, motor 
spirits, benzine, or naphtha. 

Equipment — Titan 1-H. P. hopper-cooled en- 
gines are completely equipped — ready to run — with the 
following accessories: One plain pulley, one galvan- 
ized fuel tank, tool box. magneto, oil can, lubricating 
oil and necessary tools, all mounted on a substantial 
solid wood base. 

Special Accessories — .\ reducing gear, a special 
6-inch pulley with a 5-inch face for operating the stan- 
dard and walking beam pump jacks, also a special 
4-inch pulley with either a 2i2-inch or 5-inch face, can 
be supplied "on special order. Special hand trucks can 
be supplied for these engines. See pages 28 to 31. 





HP. 


Speed 
n. P. M 


Regular PuUey 


Flywlieel 


Capacity 
of 

Hopper 
Gallons 


Capacity 
of Fuel 

Tank 
Gallons 


Base 

Measures 

Inclies 


Heislit 

of 
Outfit 
Incties 


Approximate 
Shipping 


Type 


Diameter 
Indies 


Face 
loclies 


Diameter 
lucties 


Face 

Inches 


Weietlt 
Pound 


Air cooled 

Hopper cooled. . 


1 
1 


600 

600 


6 
6 


5 
5 


15H 
15H 


2M 
2K 


in 




20tV X 42 
20^ X 42 


21 M 
25 


280 
300 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan 2' 2-H. P. Hopper Cooled Titan 2H-H. P. Hopper Cooled 
Skidded Gasoline Engine Stationary Gasoline Engine 




Titan 2}-^-H. P. Skidded Gasoline Engine 

The Titan 2}i-U. P. hopper-cooled skidded 
engine is the best all around small engine for 
the farm. It will run all the small machines 
economically that can be operated by a 1-H. 
P. engine, and in addition will operate small 
grinders, electric light plants, large spraying 
outfits, etc. The general construction is 
.similar to the larger Titan engines, except it 
is designed to run on gasoline, motor spirits, 
benzine, or naphtha, and therefore has a 
gasoline mixer with a hit-and-miss governor. 
The base is a single casting. A special 
feature is the crank shaft which is extended 
1?4' inches on the pulley side so that it can 
be geared to a spray or domestic water pump. 
This engine is very compact and has proved 
to be one of the most convenient farm engines 
ever designed. 

Equipment — Titan 2I2-H. P. horizontal hopper- 
cooled skidded engines are com[)lelely equipped — 
ready to run — with the foUowinj? accessories: One 
regular size plain pulley, magneto, one niulller, one 
galvanized fuel tank, tool box, oil. oil can and neces- 
sary tools, all mounted on substantial wood .skids. 

Special Accessories — Different size pulleys, fric- 
tion clutch pulleys, special mixers, etc., and hand truck 
can be furnished on special order. See pages 28 to .32. 




Titan 2}/^ H. P. Stationary Gasoline Engine 

The Titan 2}i-li. P. hopper-cooled station- 
ary engine is just the right size for the small 
shop, dairy, domestic water plants, home 
electric light plants, and the like. The simple 
construction and compactness gives these en- 
gines a great advantage where a small power 
plant is needed and has made them one of the 
most popular engines for this work. Like the 
skidded type, they are designed to operate 
on gasoline, motor spirits, benzine, or najjhtha. 
They have all the modern improvements in- 
cluding a gear driven magneto which makes 
batteries unnecessary, a large fuel tank with 
piping which can be buried in the ground out- 
side the building and many other features of 
the large Titan engines. The construction is 
substantial throughout and this engine will 
give reliable power. 

. Equipment — Titan hopper-cooled stationary en- 
gines are equipped coni[)lete for running with the fol- 
lowing accessories: One galvanized steel fuel tank 
with two lengths of pipe and fittings, one regular size 
plain pulley, exliaust pot with one length of pipe, 
magneto, tool box, can of oil and necessary tools. 

Special Accessories — Special size plain pulleys, 
friction clutch pulleys, special alcohol and gas mixer, 
etc., furnished on special order. See pages 28 to 32. 



Type of 

EnRine 


H. P. 


Speed 
R.PM. 


Max 

R. P. M. 

with 

s,,....,i 

CI,MM,-i,ip 

Dcvicf 


Regular PuUey 


Flywheel 


Capacity 

of 
Hopper 

Gallons 


Capacity 
of t iiel 
Tank 
Gallons 


Floor Space 
Inches 


Height 

Outfit 
Inches 


Approxi- 
mate 
Shipping 

Wei-ht. 

Pounds 


ni;imptpr 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Diameter 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Width 


Length 


1 

Skidded-. 21-^ 
Stationary. 234 


500 
500 


550 
550 


5 
5 




22 
22 


2M 


334 


3 
9 


28 A 
28 A 


54 
41 


32 14 
28H 


695 

757 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan 

Vertical 

Skidded 

Gasoline 

Engines 



Nonpareil 

Type 

Skidded 

Gasoline 

Engines 




Titan 2-H. P. Vertical Skidded Gasoline Engine 

The Titan vertical skidded engine has 
always been one of the most popular engines 
for stock and dairy farmers for pumping, 
grinding feed, shelling corn, etc. It takes 
up but little room, is easily moved from job 
to job, and is so simple and reliable that 
the minimum of attention is required. For 
this reason contractors find them desirable 
for operating concrete mixers, pumps and other 
machinery requiring small power. It is 

fitted for operation on gasoline, motor spirits, 
benzine, or naphtha. This engine is high- 
grade in every respect and will give the 
maximum of service. A description of the 
construction will be found on pages 33 to 35. 

Equipment — Titan Vertical Skidded Engines and Nonpareil Skidded Engines — Galvanized steel gasoline tank 
in base uf enjiine, galvanized steel cooling tank, one regular size plain pulley, magneto, mufller, tool box with 
tools, cylinder lubricator, and oil can, all mounted on substantial wooden base. Batteries, spark coil, wiring and 
switch furnished on 6-H. P. size; other sizes can be started on magneto. 

Special Accessories — Different size plain pulleys, friction clutch pulley, hand trucks and special mixers furn- 
ished on special ortler. See pages 28 to 32. 



Nonpareil 2-H. P. Skidded Gasoline Engine 

The Nonpareil type skidded vertical engine 
is similar to the regular Titan vertical engine 
except it is not built quite so heavy and is 
different in a few minor details. The equip- 
ment is the same and it will give as good 
service up to its capacity. In many instances 
it is preferred on account of its lighter weight 
and the many sizes in which it is built. It 
will operate on gasoline, motor spirits, benzine, 
or naphtha. All sizes are equipped with high- 
grade magneto, the same as the Titan. For 
all round farm work, this is a very desirable 
power plant and will give satisfaction in 
every case. Up to its horse power rating. 





H. P. 


Normal 

Speed 

R. P. M. 


Speed 

R. P. M. 

with 

Speed 
Changing 

Device 


PuUey 


Flywheel 


Fuel 

Tank 

Capacity 

Gallons 


Base Measures 
Inches 


Height 

Inches 

Over All 


Approximate 
Shipping 


Engiae 


Diameter 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Diameter 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Length ' Width 
of Skids of Skids 


Pounds 
Domestic 


Titan 

Titan 

Nonpareil . 
Nonpareil . 
Nonpareil . 
Nonpareil . 


2 
3 

2 

3 
4 
6 


400 
360 
460 
450 
450 
350 


480 

440 
420-500 
375-470 
400-475 
325-390 


8 
9 
5 
8 
9 
14 


5 

5^ 
5 

5^ 
12M 


24 

263^ 

22 

24 

30 

33 


2}^ 
23^ 
2M 
23^ 
2% 
23^ 


3 
3 

3 
3 

7 


62 
63 

57 ?€ 

62 

63 

71H 


30,^ 
32 J^ 
18M 
IBM 
20M 
29M 


48% 

51 M 
41 M 
50M 
5514 
63 Ji 


840 
990 
595 
815 
1000 
1410 



10 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan 

Type "A" 

Stationary 
Vertical 
Gasoline 
Engines 




Nonpareil 
Type 

Stationary 
Gasoline 
Engines 




Nonpareil Type Stationary Engine 

The Nonpareil type stationary engine is 
a very satisfactory source of power for the 
small shop, farm, or dairy. It is somewhat 
lighter in weight than the regular Titan en- 
gine, but the general construction is nearly 
identical and the equipment is the same. 
It operates on gasoline, motor spirits, benzine, 
or naphtha. 

Equipment — Titan Type "A" and Nonpareil enfjines — Plain pulley, magneto, nuidler. galvanized steel gaso- 
line tank with pipe and fittings to install the tank outside the building, galvanized steel cooling tank with pipe and 
fittings, exhaust pipe, oil can, and tool box; template and anchor bolts on 6-H.P. size ; necessary tools. Batteries, 
spark coil, wiring and switch furnished with 6-H.P. Nonpareil; other sizes can be started on magneto. 

Special Accessories — Exhaust pot, different size plain pulleys, friction clutch pulleys and special mixers, 
furnished on special order. See pages 28 to 32. 



Titan Vertical Stationary Engine 

Titan vertical stationary engines are the 
ideal vertical power plants. They furnish 
a large surplus of power over their rating and 
are one of the most reliable engines ever 
designed. They will operate on gasoline, 
motor spirits, benzine, or naphtha. A de- 
tailed description of the construction will be 
found on pages 33 to 35. 









Max. 


Regular Pulley 


Flywheel 




Fuel Tank 






Approxi- 




H. P. 


Speed 


R. P. M. 

with 
















Floor Space 


Height 


mate 


Type of 
















Shipping 


Engine 


R.P.M. 


Speed 

Changing 

Device 


Diameter 


Face 


Diameter 


Face 


pac- 


Length 


Diameter 


Inches 


Inches 


Weight 
Pounds 








Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


■ty 
Gal. 


Inches 


Inches 






Domestic 


Titan 


9 


400 


480 


8 


5 


24 


2J^ 


9 


20 


12 


30 H X 24 


45 


880 


Titan 


3 


360 


440 


9 


5H 


261^ 


2^ 


9 


20 


12 


31Mx26H 


48 


1015 


Nonnareil 





460 


420-500 


5 


5^ 


22 


2M 


9 


20 


12 


281^ X 42 


38 


615 


Nonpareil 


.3 


4.50 


375-470 


8 


5 


24 


2H 


9 


20 


12 


30,^ X 43 


47 


845 


Nonpareil 


4 


450 


400-475 


9 


51^ 


30 


2% 


9 


20 


12 


,321-^x45 


51 H 


1035 


Nonpareil 


6 


350 


325-390 


14 


12M 


33 


2V2 


54 


48 


IBM 


40^ X 54 


59 


1630 



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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan Tank-Cooled Skidded Oil Engine 




Titan Tank-Cooled Skidded Oil Engine— 6 to 12-H. P. Type 



This is the real farmer's engine for general 
farm work. It operates on low grade cheap 
fuels which will cut clown your fuel bills 
surprisingly. It is provided with iron shod 
substantial skids equipped with hauling rings 
making it an easy matter to move it from one 
job to another. It is made in several sizes to 

Equipment — Titan skiddrd oil engines are equipped complete for running with the following accessories: One 
galvanized steel fuel tank in llie base of the engine, galvanized steel cooling tank, one regular size plain pulley, mag- 
neto, nuillh'r, tool hox with liiols, cylinder lubricator, oil can, and large can of the best gas engine hdiricating oil, 
all mounted on substantial wooden skids, making a compact self-contained outfit. Switch, spark coil and batteries 
furnished on 1-11. I', only; others can be started on magneto. 

Special Accessories — Special size plain pulleys, friction clutch pulleys, and other special accessories can be 
furnished on special order. See pages 28 to 32. 



suit the work on nearly every farm. This out- 
fit is complete and .self contained, the engine 
and all equipment being mounted on the skids. 
It will operate on kerosene, distillate down to 
39° Baume, solar oil, gas oil. motor spirits, 
naphtha, or gasoline. A description of the 
construction will be found on pages 36 to 40. 







Regular Pulley 


Flywheel 




Floor 


Space 




Approxi- 




Speed 










Fuel Tank 
Gallons 






Height 
Inches 


















Shipping 


H. p. 


R.P. M. 


Diameter 


Face 


Diameter 


Face 




Length of 


Width of 




Weight. 






Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 




Skids, Inches 


Engine. Inches 




Pounds 


4 


450 


12 


SVa 


33 


2^ 


5 


108 


34M 


50 


1550 


6 


390 


16 


12J4 


Wli 


2M 


11 


120 


42]^ 


53 


2120 


8 


375 


18 


10J4 


45 


3 


18 


132 


43 


601^ 


2805 


10 


350 


20 


lOH 


49M 


3 


20 


JUli 


433,^ 


613^ 


3040 


12 


300 


24 


14M 


54 


3 


30 


138 


495-^ 


62M 


4000 



12 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



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Titan Hopper-Cooled Skidded Oil Engines 




Titan Horizontal Hopper-Cooled Skidded Oil Engine— 6 to 12-H. P. Type 



engine cools easily and the engine has to be 
drained frequently on account of frost. It 
operates on kerosene, distillate down to 39° 
Baume, gas oil, solar oil, motor spirits, ben- 
zine, naphtha, or gasoline without any change. 
For detailed description, see pages 36 to 40. 



This engine is identical with the Titan 
tank-cooled skidded engine except it is hopper- 
cooled, which makes it somewhat lighter in 
weight and a little less bother to get ready if 
the water has been drained out. It is an 
easy outfit to haul around and is more in 
demand in the northern districts where an 

Equipment — Titan horizontal hopper-cooled skidded oil engines are completely equipped ready to run with the 
following accessories: One regular size plain pulley, magneto, one mufiler, one galvanized fuel tank, tool box, oil 
can, oil and necessary tools, all mounted on substantial wood skids. Batteries, spark coil, switch and wiring fur- 
nished on l-II. P. engine; other sizes can be started on magneto. 

Special Accessories — Different size plain pulleys, friction clutch pulleys, and many other accessories can be 
furnished on special order. See pages 28 to 32. 



























Regular 


PuUey 


Flywheel 


Capacity 


Capacity 


Inches 


Height 


Approximate 




Speed 
R.P. M. 








of 
Hopper 


of Fuel 
Tank 




of 
Outfit 




H. P. 














Weight, 






Diameter 


Face 


Diameter 


Face 


Gallons 


Gallons 


Width of 


Length of 


Inches 


Pounds 






Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 






Engine 


Skids 






4 


450 


12 


8^8 


33 


2J-4 


6 


5 


34M 


84 


UVg 


1470 


6 


390 


16 


12Ji 


40 M 


2H 


12 


11 


421^ 


93 


SZVs 


1975 


8 


375 


18 


lOJi 


45 


3 


16 


18 


43 


973^ 


56% 


2600 


10 


350 


20 


lOM 


4914 


3 


20 


20 


433^ 


99 J^ 


60^ 


3020 


12 


300 


24 


14M 


54 


3 


99 


30 


49^ 


101 


64M 


3740 



13 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan Tank- 
Cooled 
Stationary 
Oil Engines 



b ^ii^jg 




Titan Stationary 6 to 25-H. P. Oil Engine with Cooling Tank 



economical as they will operate on kerosene, 
distillate down to 39° Baunie. gas oil, solar 
oil, or motor spirits. Without change they 
can be operated on benzine, naphtha, or gaso- 
line. Built in magneto is used on all sizes. A 
description of the construction will be found 
on pages 36 to 40. 



The Titan tank-cooled stationary engines 
are adapted to heavy power work and will 
deliver reliable power under the most severe 
conditions of service. The throttling governor 
gives them very close regulation and adapts 
them for electric lighting or other work re- 
quiring close regulation. They are also very 

Equipment— Titan stationary oil engines are fully equipped for running and include the following accessories: 
One galv anized steel fuel supply tank with two lengths of pipe and fittings to install the tank outside of the building 
and connect it with the engine, one galvanized steel cooling tank with pipe and fittings and rubber hose to con- 
nect it with the engine, one exhaust pot and one length of exhaust pipe, magneto, tool box, one plain pulley, oilcan, 
necessary tools, cylinder lubricator, template and anchor bolts. Switch, spark coil, wirmg and batteries fiu-mshed 
on l-H. P. engine ; other sizes can be started on magneto. 

Special Accessories— Special size plain pulleys, friction clutch pulleys, and other accessories can be 
furnished on special order, see pages 28 to 32. 





Speed 
R. P. M 


Regular Pulley 


Flywheel | Fuel Tank 


Floor Space 
Inches 


Height 
Inches 


Approximate 
Shipping 
Weight 
Pounds 


HP. 


Diameter 
laches 


Face 
Inches 


Diameter 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Length 
Inches 


Diameter 
Inches 


Capacity 
Gallons 


4 
6 
8 
10 
12 
15 
20 
25 


450 
390 
375 

350 
300 

275 
275 
260 


12 
16 
18 
20 
24 
26 
28 
28 


12J4 

10J4 
lOM 
UH 

12K 
16J4 
1614 


33 

40K 
45 

49H 

54 

63 

60 

60 


2H 

2H 

3 

3 

3 

3 

4M 


30 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 


12 

18M 
18J4 

18^ 

\m 

\8H 
18^ 


14 
54 

54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 


353^ X 54j^ 
40Ax 65^ 
42J^x 71^8 
435^ X 77K 
49^ X 8514 
49Kx 98' 2 
571^x1023 8 
61Hxl39H 


421^ 
44H 
51H 
52^ 

5iH 
63 

641^ 
601^ 


1495 
2085 
2770 
3090 
3830 
5150 
6285 
7765 



14 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan Hopper-Cooled Stationary Oil Engines 




Titan 6 to 12-H. P. Stationary Hopper-Cooled Oil Engine 



Titan hopper-cooled stationary oil engines 
are more convenient for farm work than the 
tanii-cooled type of engine as they require but 
little water for cooling and can be drained more 
quickly in cold weather. They are also de- 
sirable where space is a factor as there is no 
cooling tank. In cold weather hot water can 



be poured into the hopper which facilitates 
starting. They will operate on kerosene, dis- 
tillate down to 39° Baume, gas oil, solar oil, 
motor spirits, benzine, naphtha, or gasoline, 
without change of adjustment. A description 
of the construction will be found on pages 
36 to 40. 



Equipment — Titan hopper-cooled stationary engines are equipped complete for running with the following 
accessories; One galvanized steel fuel tank with two lengths of pipe and fittings, one regular size plain pulley, 
magneto, exhaust pot with one length of pipe, tool box, template, anchor bolts, can of oil, and necessary tools. 
Batteries, spark coil, switch and wiring are furnished on the 4-H. P. engine; other sizes can be started on magneto. 

Special Accessories — Special size plain pulleys, friction clutch pulleys, etc., can be furnished on special 
order. See pages 28 to 32. 





Speed 
R. P. M. 


Regular Pulley 


Flywheel 


Capacity 

of 
Hopper 
Gallons 


Capacity 
of Fuel 
Tank 
Gallons 


Floor Space 
Inches 


Heisht 
Over 
All. 

Inches 


Approximate 


HP. 


Diameter 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Diameter 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


WeiBht. 
Pounds 


4 

6 

8 

10 

12 


450 
390 
375 
350 
300 


12 
16 
18 

20 
24 




33 

40^ 
45 

491^ 
54 


2^ 
3 
3 
3 


6 
12 
16 
20 

22 


14 
54 
54 

54 
54 


3434 X 78H 
421^ X 541^ 
43 X 663/4 
4334' X 73 

495-^ X 871^ 


371^ 

433/i 
48 
52 
56 


1430 
2035 
2670 
3045 
3300 



15 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan Tank-Cooled Portable Oil Engines 




Titan Tank-Cooled Portable Oil Engine -20 and 25-H. P. type. 



The Titan tank-cooled portable oil engine 
is suited to the most severe service such as 
threshing, irr'gating, etc. The trucks are 
steel, amply strong to negotiate the rougliest 



roads. The engine operates on kerosene, dis- 
tillate down to 39° Baume, gas oil, solar oil, 
motor spirits, benzine, naphtha, or gasoUne. 
Description of parts on pages 36 to 40. 



Equipment — Titan tank-rooled portable engines are completely equipped, ready to run, with the following 
accessories: One galvanized cooling tank, one galvanized fuel tank, exhaust niufller, friction clutch pulley, auto sparker, 
tool box, necessary tools, oil can, oil, wind shield, doubletrees, pole, neckyoke and wheel braces. A brake is regularly 
furnisheil with all 20 and 2.1-H. P. portable engines and can be furnished as an extra on other sizes. Wheels with 
8-inch face can be furnished on special order for the 20-H. P. portable engine truck. These wheels cannot, how- 
ever, be furnished for engines in the field. Batteries, spark coil, switch and wiring are furnished on all sizes. 

Special Accessories — Special size pulleys, friction clutch pulleys, shafts in place of pole on 4 and 6-H. P. 
sizes, etc., can be furnished on special order. See pages 28 to 32. 





Speed 
R.P. M. 


Regular Friction 
(jlulch rnllcy 


Flywheel 


Capacity 
Fuel 
Tank 


Tread 
Inches 


Size Truck Wheels 

Inches 


Height 
Inches 


Approximate 
Shipping 


H. v. 














Weight 






niameter 


h iice 


Diameter 


Face 








Rear 




Pounds 






1 nches 


I nches 


Inches 


Inches 














4 


450 


20 


OH 


33 


2M 


7 


44 


21x3^ 


2rf X 3^2 


6VA 


2001 


6 


390 


24 


6^ 


40H 


2H 


15 


46 


26x31^ 


31x33^ 


68H 


2605 


8 


375 


26 


6K 


45 


3 


20 


49^ 


30x4 


38x4 


78K 


3 130 


10 


350 


28 


7H 


49H 


3 


20 


49^ 


.30x4 


38x4 


787^ 


3790 


12 


300 


30 


9M 


54 


3 


30 


57=/^ 


30x6 


38x6 


79 


4575 


15 


275 


36 


9^ 


63 


3 


40 


57^ 


30x6 


38x6 


79 


5750 


20 


275 


40 


WA 


60 


3M 


42 


68 


30x6 


38 X 6 


795^ 


6772 


25 


260 


40 


103^ 


60 


4H 


42 


68K 


30x8 


38x8 


80,1^ 


8862 



16 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARAI 



^ 



Titan Hopper-Cooled Portable Oil Engines 




Horizontal Hopper-Cooled Portable Oil Engine 



This engine is particularly adapted to 
general farm work. It is hopper-cooled and 
therefore re(|uires little cooling water, and is 
quickly drained in cold weather. The truck 
is steel built to stand rough roads and hard 



use. The engine will operate on kerosene, 
distillate down to 3Q° Baume, gas oil, solar oil, 
motor spirits, benzine, naphtha, or gasoline. 
A detailed description of the engine parts will 
be found on pages 36 to 40. 



Equipment — Titan hopper-cooled portable oil engines are completely equipped for running, with the following 
accessories: One galvanized fuel tank, exhaust nuifller, friction clutch pulley, auto sparker. tool box, necessary tools, 
oil can, oil, doubletrees, pole, neckyoke, and wheel braces. Batteries, spark coil, switch and wiring are furnished on 
all sizes. 



Special Accessories — Special size plain pulleys, friction clutch pulleys, 
sizes, brake, etc., can be furnished on special order. See pages 28 to 32. 



shafts in place of pole on I and 6-H. P. 





Speed 
R. P. M. 


Regular Friction 
Clulcti Pulley 


Flywheel 


Capacity 

Fuel 

Tank 

Gallons 


Capacity 
Hopper 
Gallons 


Tread 
Inches 


Size of Truck Wheels 

Inches 


Height 
Inches 


Approximate 


H. P. 


Diameter 
Indies 


Face 
Inches 


Diameter 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Front 


Rear 


Weight. 
Pounds 


4 

6 

8 

10 

12 


450 

390 
375 
350 
300 


20 
24 
26 
28 
30 


9M 


33 

40H 
45 
4932 
54 


2J-^ 

2M 

3 

3 

3 


7 

15 
20 
20 
30 


6 
12 
16 
20 

22 


44 

46 

^1% 


24x3)2 
26x33 2 

30x4 
30x4 
30x6 


28x3^ 
31 X 3^ 
38x4 
38x4 
38x6 


51^8 

5911 
665^ 
68 Ji 
70Ji 


2005 
2595 
3435 
3740 
4200 



17 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan Tank-Cooled Titan Hopper-Cooled 

Oil Mounting Engines Oil Mounting Engine 




Titan 6 to 20-H. P. Type Tank-Cooled Oil Mounting 
Engine 

These engines are identical with the Titan 
tank-cooled stationary engine except the sub- 
base has been omitted and a special square 
fuel tank is supplied for convenience in mount- 
ing. They are extensively used for mounting 
on small threshers, saw rigs, hay balers, etc. 
They will operate on kerosene, distillate down 
to 39° Baume, gas oil, solar oil, benzine, 
naphtha, motor spirits, or gasoline. Descrip- 
tion of parts on pages 36 to 40. 



Titan 6 to 12-11. P. T>-pe Oil Mounting Engine 

The Titan hopper-cooled mounting engine 
is designed to meet the requirements for an 
engine that can be easily mounted on a farm 
truck, bob sled, or skid, or in connection with 
any special machines such as wood saws, con- 
crete mixers, well drills, pumping plants, etc. 
They operate on kerosene, distillate down to 
39° Baume. gas oil. solar oil, motor spirits, 
benzine, naphtha, or gasoline. A description 
of parts will be found on pages 36 to 40. 



Equipment — Titan oil mounting engines are equipped complete for running with the following accessories: 
One regular size plain puUey. magneto, one square galvanized fuel tank, one galvanized steel water-cooling tank on 
tank-cooled engine, muffler, tool box, oil can. oil. and necessary tools. Batteries, spark coil, switch and wire fur- 
nished on l-II. P. engine: other sizes can be started on magneto. 

Special Accessories — Snecial size plain pulleys, friction clutch pulleys, etc., can be furnished on special order. 
See pages 28 to 32. 









Regulai 


Pulley 


Flyvi 


heel 


Gapocity 


Capacity 


Base M 


easures 


Approximate 


Type of 


H P 


Speed 










of 


of Fuel 




Shipping 
Weight 
Pounds 


Engine 






Diameter 


Face 


Diameter 


Face 


Hopper 

Gallons 


Gallons 


Width 


Length 








Indies 


Inches 


Inchej* 


Inches 






of Frame 


of Frame 




Tank cooled . . . 


I 


150 


12 


85-8 


33 


2H 


13 


12 


33^, 


331^ 


1295 


Tank cooled . . 


6 


390 


16 


V2H 


40 J 2 


^Vo 


13 


12 


4014 


403^ 


1715 


Tank cooli'd . . 


8 


375 


18 


I03<i 


45 


3 


23 


15 


mi 


45 M 


2310 


Tank cooled . . . 


10 


350 


20 


1014 


49H 


3 


23 


15 


mi 


4934 


2530 


Tank cooled . . . 


12 


300 


24 


14M 


54 


3 


34 


15 


51 M 


54M 


3040 


Tank cooled . . . 


1.5 


275 


26 


1214 


63 


3 


34 


40 


61^8 


63 


3985 


Tank cooled . . . 


20 


275 


28 


16M 


60 


3M 


34 


42 


64Ji 


64 


5005 


Hopper cooled. . 


4 


450 


12 


Ws 


33 


2^ 


6 


12 


15M 


335i 


1230 


Hopper cooled. 


6 


390 


16 


1214 


40H 


2M 


12 


12 


17 


40M 


1665 


Hopper cooled. 


8 


375 


18 


10}4 


45 


3 


16 


15 


20 


4334 


2275 


Hopper cooled. 


10 


350 


20 


lOM 


49'^ 


3 


20 


15 


20 


46M 


2565 


Hopper cooled. 


12 


300 


24 


14M 


54 


3 


22 


15 


2\% 


51M 


2800 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



1 




Titan 12-2.', II. P. Oil Tractoi 




Titan 18-3.5 H. P. Oil Tractor 




Titan 30-60 H. P. Oil Tractor 



Titan 12-25 H. P. Tractor 

The Titan 12-2.5 four cylinder oil tractor 
is the latest design light weight tractor for 
general farm use. Every refinement in equip- 
ment and design is included in this tractor. 
The cylinders are horizontal which gives this 
engine a great advantage on kerosene and low 
grade fuels. The transmission gives two speeds 
ahead and one reverse. The cooHng is by 
auto truck type radiator, aided by an alumi- 
num fan, and the water is circidated by a belt 
(hivcn rotary pump. The frame is spring 
moimted on both forward and rear axles. 
'J'he platform in the cab is also spring mounted 
on the frame. From the first tractor of this 
design put out, they have had a remarkable 
record for efficiency and low cost of upkeep. 
A comfortable cab and spring seat are provided 
for the operator. 



Titan 18-35 H. P. Tractor 

This is a moderate weight tractor for all 
around use on medium sized farms and for 
threshing or road work. The power plant is 
a horizontal twin cylinder oil burning engine 
com|iletely enclosed from the dust and dirt, 
e(|uipped with the latest type oihng devices, 
magneto, etc. This tractor has two speeds 
ahead and one reverse. A double gear drive 
to the rear wheel is used. The air starter is 
a great convenience especially in cold weather. 
The platform is spring mounted on the frame. 
A cab and spring seat are furnished for the 
operator's comfort. 



Titan 30-60 H. P. Tractor 

The Titan .30-60 H. P. oil tractor is designed 
for heavy farm or road work. This tractor is 
in use in all parts of the world under the most 
varied conditions and is well known for 
reliability and power. The power plant is a 
horizontal twin cylinder oil burning engine 
equipped with a 1 11. P. engine starter. The 
transmission gives one speed ahead and one 
reverse. Gear drive is used. The platform is 
spring mounted to relieve the operator of the 
vibration when on the road. Equipped with 
large cab and comfortable spring seat. 



19 



TITAN 
POWER 



MAKES HARD W 




TITAN 
POWER 



SAVES MONEY 



ORK 

'O 



EASY AND 



TITAN 
POWER 



Oil Burning 
Magneto Ignition 
Slow Speed 
Completely Equipped 




m 



Titan 6-H. P. Hopper-Cooled Oil Farm Engine 



DN EVERY JOB 



TITAN 
POWER 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan Tilting Table 
Sawing Outfits 




Titan 3-H. P. TiltinR Table Saw Hifi with RIkIiI Hand Tahle 

tables made in two types-bright hand witli the 



The Titan 3-H. P. portable saw outfit is 
designed for the farmer who desires to saw his 
own wood. This outfit will handle soft wood 
up to 7 or 8 inches in diameter, or hard wood 
up to 1 or 5 inches in diameter, at the rate of 
about 2 cords per hour. The 4-H. P. outfit 
will handle soft wood up to 8 or 9 inches in 
diameter and hard wood up to about 6 inches 
in diameter at the rate of about 3 cords per 
hour. The 6-H. P. outfit will handle soft 
wood up to about 10 or 11 inches in diameter 
and hard wood up to about 7 or 8 inches in 
diameter at the rate of about 4 cords per hour. 

Tiiese outfits are equipped with tilting 



working table on the right, and left hand with 
the working table on the left. In ordering, 
state whether right hand or left hand table 
is wanted. A saw can be furnished at extra 
cost. 

The engine can also be used as a portable 
engine or can be dismounted and used as a 
stationary engine. The 3-H. P. size is 
equipped with the engine on page 10 without 
the skids. The 4 and 6-H. P. sizes can be 
equip])ed with either of the following: Tank- 
cooled oil engine shown on page 18; hopper- 
cooled oil engine shown on page 18. 

Equipment — Titan portable saw outfits are equipped complete, with the exception of the saw. with the fol- 
lowing accessories: Complete enfrine equipment with plain pulley on 3-H. 1'. engine, friction clutch on 4 and 6-H. P. 
engines; belt, spring seat, pole, doubletree, and neckyoke. 

.Special Accessories — These include special sized plain and friction clutch pulleys, special mixers on 3-H. P. size, 
shafts in place of pole, etc. (see pages 28 to 32). Wheel braces and brake for the I and 6-H. P. sizes can be furnished. 





Size of 
Engine Pulley 


Diameter 

of 

Suw 

Pulley, 

Indies 


Saw 
Diameter 

Recom- 
mended, 

I nches 


Capacity 

of 

Water 

Tank, 

Gallons 


Capacity 

of 

Fuel 

Tank. 

Gallons 


Truck Measurements 

Inches 


Approxi- 

inale 

SIii|)piiif; 

WeiKhl 

Truck 

only. 

Pounds 


Stopping 
WciKllt 

Goniplele, 
Pounds 


Encine 
H. P. 


Diam- 

oier 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Tread 


Reach 


Diameter 
Front 
Wheel 


Diameter 
Rear 

Wheel 


Width 

of 
Tires 


3 
4 

6 


20 
16 
18 


5J^ 
6V2 


5^ 
5'4 


24 
26 
28 


13 
13 


3 

7 
1.5 


563^ 
.561 4 


861.^ 
863^ 
864 


26 
26 
26 


34 
34 
31 


•i'A 

3J2 


1090 
1090 
1090 


2070 
2125 
2855 



22 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan Large fe 
Sawing Outfits ^ 




Titan Slidinf; Table Portable 
Tank-Cooled Saw Rig 
4 to 12-H. P. 



The Titan portable saw outfit is designed 
so that the saw table can be removed from the 
trucii to make a portable enjjine. These out- 
fits are made in 1, 6, 8. 10 and 12-H. P. sHding 
table, and 8, 10 and 12-H. P. tilting table, 
right hand only. 

The engine is the regular Titan hopper- 
cooled or tank-cooled mounting engine des- 
cribed on page 18. 

The strong point of this engine is its rating. 
While we always advise a customer to be sure 
that he is getting an engine large enough to 



handle his work with ease, and to meet future 
needs, he can be sure when buying a Titan 
engine that he is getting full rated power, with a 
generous surplus, so that should the engine be 
momentarily overloaded it will not be stalled. 

The trucks are steel, rigidly constructed to 
withstand the rough service of country roads, 
A spring seat is provided for the driver. A 
flywheel is supplied on the pulley end of the 
mandrel. No saw is supplied with this out- 
fit unless ordered. When not needed for saw- 
ing, the engine can be used for other work. 

Equipment — Titan large portable tank-cooled saw rigs are completely equipped, with the exception of the 
saw, and include the following accessories: Complete engine equipment with friction clutch pulley, tool box, belt, 
steel spring seat, pole, doubletrees, neckyoke and wheel braces. 

.Special Accessories — Special sized plain or friction clutch pulleys, brake, shafts on the 1 and 6-H. P. sizes 
in place of pole, etc. can be supplied on special order. (See pages 28 to 32.) 





Oil 

Engine 

Speed 

R. P. IM. 


Size of Oil 

Engine Pulley 

Sliding Table Rig 


Diameter 

of 

Saw 

Pulley 

Inches 


Diameter 
of 

Saw 
Recom- 
mended 
Inches 


Truck Measurements 
Inches 


Approximate 

Shipping 

Weight 

Pounds, 

Truck 

Only 


Approximate 
Shipping 


H. P. 




Tread 


Wheel 
Base 


Diameter 
Front 
Wheel 


Diameter 
Rear 
Wheel 


Width 
Tires 


Weight 




Diameter 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Complete, 
Pounds 


4 

6 

8 

10 

12 


150 
390 
37.5 
350 
300 


16 
18 
22 
24 
28 


6^ 


55^ 


26 
28 
28 
28 
28 


58 1 i 
5812 
58!^ 

383^ 
58M 


803^ 
80M 
881^ 
8834 
8834 


30 
30 
30 
30 
30 


38 
38 
38 
38 
38 


4 
4 
4 

4 
6 


1540 
1540 
1545 
1545 
1545 


2835 
3275 
4040 
4235 
4755 



23 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 




Titan 2-11. P. Gasoline Pumping Engine 

The Titan gasoline 2-H. P. tank-cuoled 
pumping outfit is a combined pump jack and 
engine, mounted on tlie same base, that can be 
used l)oth for pumping and for other work. By 
detaching the walking beam from the engine 
(see above illustration) this outfit becomes 
similar to our regular Titan 2-H. P. vertical 
engine. It is mounted on skids and can be 
easily transported from place to place. The 
engine is the same in every respect as the 
Titan gasoline 2-H. P. vertical engine except 
that the iron sub-base is extended to form a 
base for the pumping gears, and a small pinion 
is added on the crank shaft for driving the 
pumping gear. It is regularly equipped to 



Titan 
Gasoline 
Pumping 
Engine 




Titan 2-H. P. Gasoline Pumping Engine with Walking 
Beam Removed 

operate on gasoline, motor spirit, benzine, or 
naphtha, but on special order can be equipped 
for alcohol. This outfit is especially desirable 
on stock farms, ranches, dairy farms, etc., 
where a large amount of water must be 
pimiped and where an engine large enough for 
grinding feed, etc., is needed. It can be directly 
connected to a windmill pump and will furnish 
all the water needed on an ordinary farm. 

The walking beam and gears are strongly 
constructed to stand the strain of deep-well 
pumping. The pitman stroke is adjustable to 
either .5, 7, or 10 inches. A description of the 
engine construction will be found on pages 
33 to 35. 



Equipment — Titan 2-11. P. pumping engines are completely equipped and include the following accessories: 
Galvanized fuel tank, galvanized cooling tank, belt pulley, mufiler, magneto, tool box, necessary tools, oU can, and oil. 

Special Accessories — Special size pulleys, friction clutch pulleys, special mixers, etc., can be furnished on 
special order. See pages 31 to 38. 





Speed 
R.P.M. 


Strokes 

Pump 

per 

Min. 


Lenpth 

of 
Stroke. 
Inches 


Gear 

Number 

of 

Teeth 


Pinion 

Number 

of 

Teeth 


Capacity 

Fuel 

Tank, 

Gallons 


Length 

Walking 

Beam, 

Inches 


Ucifrhl 

Walking 

Beam, 

Inches 


Lcntrth 

of 
Skids, 
Inches 


Widlh 
Total 
Skids, 
Inches 


Total 
Width 
Inches 


Regular Pulley 


Approximate 
Shipping 
Weight 
Pounds 


H.P. 


Dia 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


2 


100 


18'^ 


5-7-10 


124 


15 


^H 


56 


ilH 


68 


18 14 


•yi 1 ^ 


8 


5 


1077 



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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan 2-H. P. Pumping Outfit 



Titan 1-H. P. 
Pumping Outfit 





Titan 1-H. P. Combined Pumping Outfit 



Titan 2-H. P. Combined Pumping Outfit 



Titan combined pumping outfits are very 
compact and adapted for use in wet places 
where the damp atmosphere would injure a 
belt; for domestic water works where the suc- 
tion lift is not over twenty feet, and are ex- 
tensively used for pumping into elevated tanks 
for domestic water use, and in small factories 
for fire protection. Contractors also find them 
convenient for pumping from caissons, foun- 
dations, etc. 

The smaller outfit consists of the regular 
Titan 1-H. P. hopper-cooled gasoline engine 
shown on page 8 geared to a Myers No. 456 
double-acting force pump and both mounted 



on a cast iron bed plate. This pump has a brass 
lined cylinder, brass valve seats and brass 
valves rubber faced. The suction pipe can 
be attached on either side, the valves are 
located under individual caps and can be 
removed without disturbing any other parts. 
The complete outfit is mounted on a substan- 
tial wood skid with battery box and complete 
equipment. No belt pulley or skids furnished. 

The larger outfit consists of the Titan 2-H. P. 
vertical gasoline engine shown on page 10, geared 
to a Myers No. 456 double-acting force pump 
and the complete outfit mounted on sub- 
stantial wood skids. No belt pulley furnished. 



Equipment — The equipment is complete, except no belt pulleys are furnished. 
and equipment on 1-H. P. engine and page 10 for 2-H. P. engine. 



See page 8 for description 
See 



Special Accessories — Pulleys and many other special accessories can be furnished on special order 
pages 28 to 31. 





PUMP 




HP. 


Diameter of 

Cylinder, 

Inches 


Pump Stroke 
laches 


Strokes per 
Minute 


Suction and 

Discharge, 

Inches 


Approximate 

Capacity, 

Gab. per Minute 


Maximum 

Working Head. 

Feet 


Approximate 

Weisht 
Pounds 


1 
2 


3 
3 


5 
5 


49 


IK 


7.3 
7.3 


150 
300 


490 
1020 



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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Titan Skidded Spraying Outfits 




Titan l-II. P. Air-Cooled Spraying Outfit 



1-H. P. Air-Cooled Spraying Outfit 

This outfit includes the "Tom Thuuib"' 1-H. P. air- 
cooled engine and Myers pump. It is especially adapted for 
use where a comparatively light outfit is necessary, and 
will take care of small and medium sized orchards. It is 
completely equipped with two lines of spray hose, suction 
hose, nozzles, etc., and mounted on a substantial wood 
base. 




Titan 1-H. P. Hopper-Cooled Spraying Outfit 



1-H. P. Hopper-Cooled Spraying Outfit 

The Titan 1-H. P. hopper-cooled outfit includes the 
regular Titan 1-H. P. hopper-cooled engine and Myers 
spray pump. This is a very reliable outfit for all small 
and medium sized orchards, and will give the best of 
satisfaction. The equipm(mt is complete, including two 
lines of spray hose, suction hose and nozzles. The com- 
plete outfit is mounted on wood platform, as shown in cut. 




Titan 2li-H. P. Spraying Outfit with 
Myers Pump 



2K-H. P. Spraying Outfit (Myers Pump) 

This outfit is well adapted to large orchards and 
vineyards where high pressure up to 200 pounds must be 
maintained. It is large enough to handle any class of 
spray work. The engine is a Titan 2i2-H- P- hopjier- 
cooled, geared to a INIyers two-cylinder vertical pump. 
Complete equipment is Included with two lines of spray 
hose, nozzles, and suction hose. Mounted on skids, as 
shown in cut. 




Titan 2>^-H. P. Lucas Spraying Outfit 



2j4-\{. P. Spraying Outfit (Lucas Pump) 

For large spraying operations this is a very desirable 
outfit for large orchards and vineyards. The engine is 
the regular Titan 232-H. P. hopper-cooled, geared to a 
Lucas two-cylinder vertical pump. The pump is built 
exceptionally heavy for high pressure work. The equip- 
ment is complete, including two Unes of spray hose, 
nozzles and suction hose. Mounted complete on skids. 



Send for special Spraying Catalogue showing these outfits 
26 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



^ 



Titan Portable Spray Outfits 




Titan 1-H. P. Portahln Air-Cooled Spraying 
Outfit 




D 



Titan 1-H. P. Portable Hopper-Cooled 
Spraying Outfit 




1-H. P. Portable Air-Cooled Spraying Outfit 

This outfit is very desirable for small work, and can 
be more easily handled than the heavier outfits. The 
outfit includes the regular "Tom Thumb" 1-H. P. air- 
cooled engine, geared to a Myers pump and mounted on a 
special four-wheel truck. Two lines of spray hose, spray 
nozzles and suction hose are included. No barrel is 
furnished. 



1-H. P. Portable Hopper-Cooled Spraying Outfit 

The 1-H. P. hopper-cooled portable spray rig includes 
the regular Titan 1-H. P. hopper-cooled engine geared 
to a Myers spray pump and mounted on a special four- 
wheel hand truck. This outfit is complete, except barrel, 
and is equipped with two haes of spray hose, spray nozzles, 
and suction hose. 



Complete 1-H. P. Spraying Outfit 

This outfit comes complete ready to mount on a 
wagon truck. It is the ideal outfit for small and medium 
size orchards and vineyards and is a very desirable outfit 
to use where the ground is soft or sandy. It includes the 
regular 1-H. P. Titan hopper-cooled engine geared to a 
Myers two-cylinder vertical pump, mounted complete on 
steel sills with the spray tank and tower. Complete 
equipment is furnished including two hnes of spray hose, 
spray nozzles and suction hose. 



Titan 1-H. P. Complete Spraying Outfit 



» 




-H. P. Complete Spraying Outfit 



Complete 2>^-H. P. Spraying Outfit 

The Titan 23'^-H. P. complete spraying outflt is 
designed for large work, and will give all the pressure 
needed for any class of spray work. It includes the Titan 
23^-H. P. hopper-cooled engine geared to a Myers two- 
cylinder vertical pump and mounted complete on steel 
sills with a spray tank and tower. The equipment is 
complete, and includes two lines of spray hose, spray 
nozzles, and suction hose. 



Send for special Spraying Catalogue showing these outfits 
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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Security Long Distance 
Gasoline Supply 



Pump Jacks 




Standard Jack No. 1— 
This jack is designed to 
attach direct to the stan- 
dard of any common 
windmill pump and will 
pump all the water need- 
ed on the ordinary farm. 
It is clamped to the pump 
and bolted to the well 
cover or pump founda- 
tion. 



Method of InsUiUation 

This gasoline supply system is approved 
by the Underwriters Association and provides 
the safest and most satisfactory arrangement 
for storing and pumping gasoline. By bury- 
ing the tank in the ground the gasoline can 
be kept cool so that the evaporation is reduced 
to a minimum. 

This outfit, as shipped, consists of a 54 
gallon tank or a 120-gallon tank, as desired, 
and pump, together with two bundles of 1-inch 
galvanized pipe and necessary couplings to 
connect it, and two padlocks — one for the 
pump and one for the filling cap. 

Shipping weight, complete with 54-gallon 
tank, 162 lbs. 

Shipping weight, complete with 120-gallon 
tank, 212 lbs. 





Standaril Purui) Jack 

No. 1 



Standard 
Jack No. 2— 
The Stan- 
dard _ No. 2 
jack is simi- 
lar to the 
No. 1, but is 
built heavier 
and is suita- 
ble forpump- 
i n g from 
wells up to 
200 ft. deep. 
It is used extensively on ranches, stock farms, 
and dairy farms. Like No. 1 it can be attached 
to a common windmill pump. This jack is 
strongly constructed of iron with heavy cast 
double gears and will give the best of service. 



Standard Pump Jack No. 2 



Type 
Jack 


Length of 
Stroke. 
Inches 


Strokes 
Minute 


Pulley 




Size 
Inches 


Face 
Inches 


Speed 
R.P.M. 


Pounds 


No. 1 . . 
No. 2.. 


5, 7, 9, 11 
.5. 7, 9, 11 


40 

to 




2^ 

2H 


230 
230 


120 
139 



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^ 



Pump Jacks 




Regular Belted Jack — 
This jack is suitable for 
ordinary farm pumping, 
where the lift is not high and 
the work is not heavy, and 
light irrigation work. It is 
well made with long bear- 
ings and heavy cast gears. 



Regular Belted Jack 



Walking Beam Jack No. 1 — This jack 
is all iron excejjt the base. It should not be 
used for pumping against greater than a 
100-foot head with a 234-inch 
cylinder. It is designed for 
ordinary farm pumping. The 
jack is well constructed from 
the best grade of materials, 
and with proper care should 
last a lifetime. 



f) 




Heavy Belted Jack 

Heavy Belted Jack — The heavy belted 
pumping jack is an excellent jack for use in 
lifting water in wells not deeper than 400 feet. 
It is considerably heavier than the regular jack 
and has unusual strength and durability. It 
is designed to be used with engines up to and 
including 12-horse power. Stockmen and 
farmers who have deep wells find this heavy 
jack very desirable. 




Walking Beam Jack No. 2 
— This walking beam pumping 
jack is a heavier jack than the 
No. 1 and can be used to lift 
water in wells not deeper than 
200 feet. It is constructed of 
iron except the base and upright, 
which are of wood. The 
safe working load on the 
end of the walking beam is 
1,200 lbs., which is equiva- 
lent to a 4}^-in. cylinder 
pumping against a 200-foot 
head. 




Walking Beam Jack No. 1 



Walking lieani Jack No. 2 



Type of Pump Jack 



Walking Beam No. 1 
W alking Beam No. 2 
Regular Belted Jack 
Heavy Belled Jack 



Minimum Head, 
Feet 



100' with 2K' Cyl. 
200' with 4H" Cyl. 
200' with 414" Cyl. 
100' 



Length of 
Stroke, 
Inches 



5 to 934' 

5, 7, 10 

5, 7, 10 

12,14,15,18,20 



Strokes 

per 
Minute 



40 
40 
40 
32 



Size of Engine 

to be used 

with 



1 to 2-H. P. 

2 to 3-H. P. 
1 to 3-H. P. 
4 to 12-H. P. 



Ratio 

of 
Gears 



7.1 to 1 
4.66 to 1 

4.66 to 1 
5. tol 



Pulley 



Size I Face Speed 
Inches ' Inches R.P.M 



13M 
14 
14 
24 



2M 

3 

3 

41/2 



285 
185 
185 
160 



Weight 
Pounds 



152 
303 
145 
515 



When pump jacks are used to pump with a smaller head, the size of the pump cyUnder can be increased. 

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Two-Wheel Hand 
Truck 

Attachment for Titan 
1-H. P. Engines 




l-H. P. Engine Truck 

This truck consists of an iron handle, front 
wheels and axle and can be supplied for Titan 
or "Tom Thumb" 1-H. P. engines in the field 
or can be shipped with the engine from the 
factory. The axle is located so that when the 
end is lifted by the handles the outfit nearly 
balances and can be used like an ordinary 
hand truck. It is strongly constructed with 
heavy cast iron wheels and an iron axle for use 
where an engine is used to operate small ma- 
chines at different points on the farm. 




Four- Wheel Hand Truck 

Attachment for Titan 2, lyi and 3-H. P. 
Engines 

Nonpareil Type 2, 3, 4 and 6-H. P. 
Engines 

This truck consists of rear axle with wheels 
and clips, and front axle with wheels, clips and 
tongue. It can be furnished for Titan 2 and 
3, and Nonpareil 2, 3, 4 and 6-11. P. vertical 
and Titan 2} 2-H. P. horizontal skidded engines, 
in the field, or can be shipped with engines 
from the factory. It is substantially con- 
structed with four heavy cast iron wheels and 
axles with iron hand tongue. The same truck 
is used for all 2, 2} 2> 3 and 4-II. P. sizes antl a 
larger and heavier truck is furnished for 
6-Ii. P. engine. 



Four- Wheel Hand Truck 

Attachment for Titan Skidded 4, 6, 8, 10 
and 12-H. P. Engines 




2-H. P. Vertical Skidded Engine Mounted on Truck 



Large Four-Wheel Truck Mounted on Engine Skids 

The truck consists of rear axle with wheels, 
front axle with wheels, hand tongue, and four 
^-inch square-head bolts. Upon each axle 
held by a "U" bolt are two castings slotted 
to fit over the heads of the bolts in the skid, 
and when so placed, hold the truck in posi- 
tion. Tiiis truck can be placed under any 4, 
6, 8, 10, or 12-H. P. Titan skidded engine skid 
now in the field by boring four ^S"'""^"! holes 
through the wooden skid runners or can be 
shipped from the factory with engine. 

Diameter of wheels, 251^4 inches. Face of 
wheels, 3 inches. Shipping weight, about 550 
pounds. 



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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 




Titan 1-H. P. Gas MLxer 



Gas Mixers 

Gas Mixer — Titan 
vertical engines and 1 
and 2I2-H. P. hopper- 
cooled engines can be 
supplied with a gas at- 
tachment, which is easily 
attached in place of the 
gasoline mixer, on special 
order. With this attach- 
ment, natural gas may be used as fuel with 
excellent results. 

When artificial gas is to be used, it is 
necessary to change the entire cylinder head 
and piston, except on the 1-H. P. engines. 
Therefore, when artificial gas is to be used 
it should be so stated when ordering the engine. 



Combination Mixers for Gas 
and Gasoline 

A combination gas and 
gasoline attachment is fur- 
nished on special order for 
the Titan vertical tank- 
cooled engines, and 2}^- 
H. P. horizontal hopper- 
cooled engines. This at- 
Jlm tachment has been designed 

|lj especially for use in locali- 

ties where natural gas is 
available part of the time. 
The change from one fuel to another may be 
made instantly and without stopping the 
engine. 

Extended Crank Shafts 

Either or both sides furnished on special order: 




Engine 



1-H. P. Hor. Air-C'ld. 
1-H. P. Hor. Hop.C'W. 
2-H. P. Ver. Tk-Cld. 
2i^^-H.P.Hor.Hp.-C'ld 
3-H. P. Ver. Tk.-Cld. 

4-H. P. Hor 

6-H. P. Hor 

8-H. P. Hor 

10-H. P. Hor 

12-ll.P. Hor. Tank-C. 
15-11. P. Hor. Tank-C. 
20-H. P. Hor. Tank-C. 
25-H. P. Hor. Tank-C. 



Exten. 



4" 
4" 

4k" 

4k" 

^y/ 

6" 
6" 

6^" 



Diam. 



w% 
iiV" 
iM" 

19'/ 
^ 16 

2A" 

2K8" 

2H" 
2^" 
2j^" 

35/8" 
4i%" 



Key Way in Shaft 



^"widex }s 
^"widex 1-8 
i%"widex A 
re "wide X ^ 
i^"widex A 
n"widex 3^ 
o"widex 3^ 
5^"widex I4 
}i"wide x A 
k"widex J4 
H"widexM 
^"wide X ? s 
l5"wide X jf 



deep 
deep 
deep 
deep 
deep 
deep 
deep 
deep 
'deep 
"deep 
deep 
deep 
deep 




Magneto for Tom Thumb 

The Wizard 
magneto can be 
furnished extra 
for Tom Thumb 
engines. It is 
driven by fric- 
tion contact with 
the flywheel of 
the engine. It 
can be easily at- 
tached by any 
one. Batteries must be used for starting. 

Alcohol Mixers 

Alcohol attachments 
may be furnished for ver- 
tical tank-cooled engines, 
and 2I/2-II. P. horizontal 
hopper-cooled engines. This 
attachment consists of a 
new cylinder head com- 
plete, an alcohol mixer, and 
a strainer. This alcohol 
attachment is furnished as 
an extra only on special 
order. 



Reducing Gears 

A reducing gear 
can be furnished on 
special order extra for 
the 1 or 2H-H. P. en- 
gines and can be 
shipped with the en- 
gine or attached in 
the field. It is de- 
signed for operating 
cream separators, 
churns, etc. A com- 
bined bracket for 
magneto and reducing gear can be furnished 





for 1-H. P. 



engmes. 



EHfllliE 


riLLEY 


11. P. 


Speed 


Diam. 


Face 


R. p. H. 


11. p. M. 


1-H.P. 

Air and 
Hopper 


600 


4" 


2M" 


150 


157 


2'o.H.P. 
Hopper 


500 


3" 


2¥6" 


199 


156 



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Nonpareil Special Plain P 


alleys 


2 H. P. 


3H 


. P. 


4H 


. P. 


6H 


. P. 




Face 


Diam. 


Face 


Diam. 


Face 


Diam. 


Face 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


4 


5J^ 


3 


5 


4 


^V>. 


6x7 M 


12 


5 


5)^ 


4 


5 


5 


5^ 


10 


HH 


7 


5J^ 


5 


5 


7 


^y?. 


10 


12M 


8 


Wi 


5x9 


9 


8 


IV-?. 


12 


«^s 


8 


W-i 


7x5 


5 


!1 


rA4 


12 


I2M 


9 


^Yt 


9 


5 


<) 


r,^i 


14 


ays 


10 


5H 


10 


5 


10 


r>i.> 


14 


viy^ 


12 


5J4 


12 


5 


12 


^H 


16 


12M 


14 


53^ 


14 


.") 


14 


^y?. 


18 


iOM 


16 


5^ 


16 


5 


16 


sy?. 


20 


lOM 






18 


5 


18 


sy?, 


22 


lOH 






20 


5 


20 


5^2 


24 
26 
28 
30 


9^2 



special Sizes of Plain Pulleys for Titan 
Vertical and 2^-H. P. Horizontal Engines 



3 inches 

4 inches 

5 inches 

6 inches 

7 inches 

8 inches 

9 inches 
10 inches 
12 inches 
14 inches 
16 inches 
18 inches 
20 inches 



Face 



2 H. P. Ver. 
Tank-Cooled 



5 inches 

5 inches 

9 inches or 5 inches 

5 inches 
5 inches 



inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 



2,'i H. P. Her. 
Hopper-Cooled 

3 H. P. Vert. 

Tank-Cooled 



5J^ inches 
5J4 inches 

5J^ inches 

7J^ or 5)-^ inches 

5J4 inches 

5J/2 inches 

hYi inches 

5J4 inches 

5}^ inches 

*5J/2 inches 

*5!/^ inches 



Nonpareil Special Friction Clutch 
Pulleys 



2H. P. 


3H 


.P. 


4 H 


. P. 


6H 


.P. 


Diam. 


Face 


Diam. 


Face 


Diam. 


Face 


Diam. 


Face 


iDchcs 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


10 


^y^ 


10 


^^ 


10 


41^ 


14 


6H 


12 


4H 


12 


4^ 


12 


\y^, 


16 


63/2 


14 


41^ 


14 


4H 


14 


iy?. 


18 


634 


16 


^v, 


16 


W9. 


16 


41/, 


20 


63i 






18 


w. 


18 


4H 


22 


by?. 






20 


41^ 


20 


41/, 


24 


632 






22 


4^ 


22 


41^ 


26 
28 
30 


63^2 

6y2 

6^ 



Note — A six-tooth sprocket can be supplied for the 
2-H. P. Nonpareil engine to take a Chain Belt Co.'s 
No. 62 chain. 



Friction Clutch Pulleys for Titan 2 and 

3-H. P. Vertical Tank-Cooled, and 

2^-H. P. Hopper-Cooled 



2 H. p. 


Vertical 






Tank-Cooled 


3H. 

2 'A H 


p. Vertical Tank-Cooled 






P. Horiz. Hopper-Cooled 


Diameter 


Face 






10 


4^ 




4J^ 


12 


4^ 




434 


14 


4^ 




43^ 


16 


434 




43^ 


18 


*43^ 




*43^ 


20 


Hy2 




*434 


22 


HVi 




*43/2 



*18, 20 and 22-inch diameter pulleys furnished for tank-cooled engine only. 

Note A six-tooth sprocket can be suppUed for the 3-H. P. vertical and 23 2-H. P. horizontal engines to take 

a Chain Belt Co.'s No. 62 chain. 









Special Pulleys for Titan Horizontal Engines, 4 to 25-H. P. 






Friction Pulley — Width of Face, Inches | 


Plain Pulley — Width of K;ici^, inches 






6 


g 


10 


12 


15 


20 


25 


Dia. 


4 6 8 


10 


12 


15 


20 


2o 


Dia. 


HP. 


HP. 


HP. 


HP 


HP. 


HP. 


H.P. 


HP. 


H. P. H. P. H. P 


HP. 


HP 


HP. 


H. P. 


H.P. 




















6 
8 


7J 71 
12 12 


12 

12} 


12 
12i 




8 


8 


8 




















10 


8|or 12i 


8|orl2i 


6 or 12 J 


6 or 12J 




























12 


8|orl2i 


8Jor 12i 








io 


io 


io 




6 


6i 


6i 


6 










14 


8}or 12i 


8;orl2i 


12; 




12} 










16 


6 


6i 


6 


6 


8 


8 


12 




16 


12 


12 


12 




121 


i4i 


125 


125 


i25 




6 


fi? 


6 


6 


8 


8 


10^ 


125 


18 


10 


10 


10 


lOi 


14 








20 


6 


6i 


6 


6 


8 


8 


10 


125 


20 


10^ 


10 


10 


lOi 


12 


15i 


i6} 


}5! 




6 


65 


6 


6 


9 


9 


10 


12 


22 


10 


10 


10 




lOi 


16 


14} 


14} 


14} 


24 


6 


fii 


6 


6 


9 


9 


10 


12 


24 


9 


9 


10 




10} 


14i 


14} or 16! 


161or 14! 


161 or 14} 


26 


6 


6i 


6 


6 


9 


9 


lOi 


12 


26 


9 


9 


10 




10} 


121 


12!or 141 


12ior 14! 




28 


6 


61 


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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Construction of Titan Vertical Engines 



Exhaust ualve lever 
valve rod head 



IGNITOR TRIP ROLLER 
-lONITOR TRIP CLAMP 



D 




Side View ul a I lUiii Vuiticul Engine with Flywheel 

Removed, Equipped with Circulating Pump 

and Speed Regulator 

A remarkably simple and efficient design 
has been attained in this engine. 

The working parts are all conveniently 
located in full view on the governor side, so 
that this engine may be operated, cleaned, or 
oiled from one side. All parts are numbered 
and interchangeable, and can be easily re- 
moved. The crank case is enclosed and effect- 
ually protects the piston from dust and dirt 
and forms an oil receptacle for lubricating the 
connecting rod by the splash system. An oil 



Sectiuuiil \ iew of a Titan Nt-itical l>ngine, 
Showing Working Parts 



gauge on one side shows the oil-level in the 
base, and enables the operator to keep the oil 
at the proper dei)th. 

The cylinder base and sub-base are cast 
separately. The base carries the cylinder and 
all the working parts. The sub-base furnishes 
a rigid support for the engine — and on the 
skidded engine forms a receptacle for the 
gasoline tank and protects it from injury. On 
the Titan engine, used for stationary work, 
it can be securely bolted to a solid foundation. 



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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Connecting Rod The connecting rod is 
a Steel Drop Forging of the 1-section typ(\ 
This style of construction gives the greatest 
strength, with the least weight, and insures 
a connecting rod that is proof against buckling. 
Both the crank.-|)in and piston-pin bearings 
are of Phosphor Bronze, and easily adjustable. 




Drop-forced Steel Connecting Hoc 



The crank-pin bearings are of the split 
box type, bolted to the connecting rod by two 
heavy bolts secured by lock nuts and cotter 
pins. The piston-pin bearing is a Split Bronze 
Bushing, held in place by a set screw. The 
wear is taken up by a bolt secured by a lock 
nut and cotter pin. 

Crank Shaft — The crank shaft is a Single 
Steel Drop Forging without a weld, accurately 
machined to size and highly polished. Titan 




Drop-forged Steil Crank Shaft 



crank shafts are made with a liberal factor of 
safety and can be relied on to withstand any 
strain under which the engine could operate. 

Crank-Shaft Bearings — The crank-shaft 
bearings are (jf Phosphor Bronze, the best 
anti-friction metal known, and made extra 
thick and long. They fit snugly into the 




Phosphor Bronze Crank-Shaft Bushings 

engine base and are held tightly in place by 
set screws. They are first machined to size, 
then Hand Scraped to a perfect fit. This 
makes the best anti-friction bearing that it 
is possible to put in an engine. Each bushing 
is lubricated by a grease cup which is piped 
out within easy reach. 



Flywheels — The flywheels are made large 
in diameter, with Split Hubs. Both clamped 
and keyed to the crank (shaft so that it is 
practically impossible for them to become loose, 
though they may be easily removed if 
necessary. The pulley is il)olted on one fly- 
wheel, the governor on the other. 

Valve Gear — The valve gear is very 
simple and ell'ective. It operates in a straight 
line and without requiring any fine adjust- 
ments. The valve rod, because of the con- 
struction of the cam upon which the cam 
roller turns. Serves the Double Purpose of 
Snapping the Tgnitor and Opening the Exhaust 
Valve. This reduces the number of parts. 




Cyhnder Head Showing Ignition Trip and Valve Gear 

The valves are carefully ground into their 
seats. The heads are of large diameter which 
allow the gas to enter freely and exhaust from 
the cylinder. 

The inlet-valve check prevents fuel from 
entering the cylinder during the period when 
the governor cuts out explosions. This Elim- 
inates Waste of Fuel, and enables the gover- 
nor to regulate the fuel in proportion to the 
load. 




Side and I'.nd View of Ignitor Magneto 

Ignition — Ignition is make-and-break 
type, current being furnished by a gear driven 
magneto of the highest grade. No batteries 
are necessary with these engines as they can be 
readily started on the magneto. This eliminates 
great waste in the replacement of batteries. 



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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Gasoline Mixer— Tlic Tilan vertical gaso- 
line mixer is exeeptionally simple and etrective, 
and is one of the most economical features of 
Titan vertical engines. It has no trouble- 
some float valve or complicated air valve to 
adjust. It Cannot Get (Jut of Order as the 
only movable part is the needle valve. The 
rapid rush of air through the air pipe sucks the 
gasoline into the air pipe in the form of a 
fine spray, which is almost immediately 




Sectional and Side Vic 
of Gasoline Mixer 

vaporized, and enters the cylinder thoroughly 
mixed with the proper proportion of air. As 
it does not depend on the evaporation of the 
fuel, this type of mixer is Less Afl'ected by 
Weather Conditions and starting in cold 
weather is therefore an easy matter. Any 
excess of gasoline pumped into the mixer is 
returned to the supply tank by a large over- 
flow pipe at the bottom of the mixer. 

Governor — The governor is of the hit- 
and-miss type and operates the same as on 
Titan horizontal engines. It is sensitive in 



EXHAUST VALVE AND 
IGNITER PUSH ROD 



DETENT ARM 



M'EED CHANCE 
LEVER 



1 1 ALF SPEED GEAR 




ENGINE SHAFT 



Speed-Changins Device and Governor 
(Flywheel Removed) 



operation and holds the engine at a steady 
speed. The inlet-valve check is operated in 
connection with the governor so that No 
Fuel is Wasted when the Governor Cuts Out 
a Power Stroke. The governor j^arts are few 
in number and exceedingly simple. 

The speed-changing device consists of a 
small quadrant and lever and a rod operating 
the detent arm t)n its shaft. By shifting this 
lever, the travel of the Governor is Varied 
Sufficiently to Give Speed Variation of About 
20 Per Cent, so that the speed best adapted 
to the machine being driven can be secured 
while the engine is running. 

Water Pump — A simple, plunger type 
water pump is used on Titan vertical engines; 
it is Operated fr(jm the Cam Shaft by an 
eccentric. This gives a slower speed to the 




Plunger Type Water Circu- 
lating Pump and 
Cooling Tank 

pump, which is most desirable when the 
engine is being run fast. It is Equipped with 
a Lever for Lifting the Valves from their Seats 
when it is necessary to drain the pump and 
water jacket. The Plunger and Valves are 
of Brass to prevent rusting. 
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Battery and Tool Box 

Finish — The neat design and finish give 
Titan engines a very handsome appearance, 
though we do not believe in making our 
customers pay for unnecessary labor in this 
respect, as no amount of extra finish can in- 
crease the efficiency of an engine. They are 
attractively enameled in the standard ox blood 
red and Brewster green with gold striping. 




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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Construction of Titan Engines 4 to 25-H. P. 



CONNECTING ROD 
WRIST PIN 



INLET VALVE * 

COMPRESSION 
CHAMBER ' 
EXHAUST PIPE 

AIR HEATER ^*^ 

HOT AIR PIPE 

INLET VALVE ^H 

DASH 

POT . 



CYLINDER SIGHT FEED OILER 
CYLINDER 




GOVERNOR WEIGHTS 



EXHAUST VALVE ROD 
^AUXILIARY AIR VALVE 

FUEL TANK FILLING PIPE 



lop View of 1-H. 1'. 'I'il;m Tank-Coolt'd Oil Engine With Magneto Removed 



COOLING WATER 
OUTLET PIPE 



SPARK TIMER 



COLD AIR 
SUPPLY PIPE 



HOT AIR 
SUPPLY PIPE 



GASOLINE TANK 
FILLING PIPE 

TAPPET ARM 



GASOLINE _ 
NEEDLE VALVE3 



KEROSENE 

NEEDLE VALVE 



WATER 

NEEDLE VA 



GASOLINE 
TANK 



KEROSENE 
OVERFLOW 



^CONNECTING ROD 



KEROSENE 
SUPPLY PIPE 




KEROSENE 
PUMP 



GOVERNOR ROD 

EXHAUST VALVE ROD 

Side View of Titan 4-H. P. Oil Engine with Magneto and Flywheel Removed 

36 



TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



Engine Frame — Manufacturing expense 
or cost of material have not been considered 
where a part could be improved or made more 
durable. The engine frame consists of two 




Engine Frame and Sub-base 



main castings — base and sub-base. This 
method of construction is used to save un- 
necessary repairs and expense. The base 
carries all the working parts, while the sub- 
base forms a rigid support and can be securely 
bolted to a foundation when used for station- 
ary work. The working parts, with the ex- 
ception of the water pump, are all located 
on the right hand side, and are readily access- 
ible for inspection or cleaning. All the Parts 
are Numbered and are Easily Removable, 
so that by giving these Numbers, Duplicate 
Parts, Guaranteed to Fit as Accurately as 
the Originals, can be Quickly Obtained. 

Cylinder — The cylinder is cast from a 
special quality of close-grained grey iron. As 



EXHAUST VALV£ 
SPRWG 



EXHAUST VALVE 
SUIDE 




THROTTLE VALVE 



Section of Cylinder 

the valves are set flush in the head, there are 
no valve pockets to absorb the heat and sap 



the power. There are no projections other 
than the ignitor, which is designed to prevent 
heating. Provision is made for the cooUng 
water to flow around the valve seats and parts 
in the head. 



Piston — The piston is of the trunk type 

and extra long. The Wrist Pin is at the 

'enter instead of at the end, so that the piston 

annot wear to a taper. A suiJitlemental 



cannot wear to a taper. A suiJitlemental 
piston pin oiler keeps the pin thoroughly oiled. 



AP jO'Ni i-isrmi hinci 




Piston and Lap-Joint Piston Rings 

The piston pin is held securely in place by 
two set-screws with lock nuts. Instead of the 
customary three piston rings, these engines 
are equipped with four rings made with lap 
joints to hold the compression more perfectly. 

Connecting Rod — The connecting rod is 
of drop-forged steel, carefully machined and 
polished. The crank pin box on the smaller 
sizes is of Phosphor Bronze; large sizes. 



"Piston pin eox 



CRANK PIN BO) 




Horizontal Engine Connecting Rod 

Babbitt with insertion of Graphite Lubri- 
cator. The piston pin bearing is provided 
with a Phosphor Bronze Bushing and can be 
easily adjusted to take up the wear. 




Polished Steel Crank Shaft 

Crank Shaft — Titan crank shafts are all 
forged from One Piece of Steel Without Welds 
of any Kind. The crank pins are of large 
diameter, which gives a generous bearing 
surface for the connecting rod. 



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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 





Titan Split Hub Flywheel 



Working Parts of Titan Horizontal Engine, without Magneto 



Crank-Shaft Bearings — The crank-shaft 
bearings are made of the best anti-friction 
metal and can be easily adjusted to take up 
wear. 

These bearings are extra heavy and long, 
machine finished and Hand-Scraped to a 
perfect fit. They are of large diameter, 
thoroughly lubricated by oil cups of ample 
capacity. They are set into the main frame 
in such a manner that the strain is carried by 
the heavy engine frame and not on the cap 
bolts. 

Flywheels — The flywheels are of the SpHt 
Hub Type, made large in diameter and heavy, 
and are both keyed and locked to the crank 
siiaft by the compression bolts in the hub, so 
there is no danger of their becoming loose, 
yet they can be easily removed if necessary. 
Provision is made for attaching a belt pulley 
on either or both wheels. 

Valves — The exhaust valve is mechan- 
ically operated. The stem is steel with the 
head cast on, making a one-piece valve of the 
highest wearing qualities. The head is large 
in area so that the gases are quickly exhausted 
from the cyhnder when the valve is opened. 

Inlet Valve — A special new feature on 
these engines is the improved inlet valve, 
which prevents the valve vibrating and pound- 
ing on the seat during the suction stroke. 

The valve stem is supplied with a plunger 
or piston which operates in a small cylinder 
equipped with a pet cock for regulating the 
air cushion. When the valve opens, the 
plunger creates a suction behind it so that the 
valve closes tight without chattering on the 



seat when tlie suction in the engine cylinder 
ceases and allows the valve to close. 

Valve Mechanism— The valve mechan- 
ism is very simple and operates in a straight 
line. There are no delicate or complicated 
connections to get out of adjustment. 

The cam for the ignitor eccentric is cast 
on the large gear. This gear is made with a 
split hub and is both keyed and bolted to the 
shaft and providi-d with a locking ring which 
slips over the end of the shaft. 

Oil Mixer — This mixer is especially de- 
signed and constructed to operate on the 
lower grade fuels. It is very Simple in Design 
and can be Relied on Under all Conditions 
of Weather or Fuel. It is designed to operate 
on kerosene, distillate, gas oil or solar oil, but 
Will Handle Any of the Higher Grade Fuels 
Such as Gasoline, Motor Spirit or Naphtha 
Equally Well. It consists of a small gasoline 



PRIMING 



AUXILIARY 
AIR INTAKE 




KEROSENE VAL\ F 



GASOLINE SUPPLY PIPE 

KEROSENE OVERFLOW PIPE 

KEROSENE SUPPLY PIPE 



WATER VALVE 



Titan OQ Mixer 



tank and needle valve for starting and a 
kerosene tank, pump, needle valve, and water 
valve. The operation is as follows: The 



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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



engine is started on gasoline and, when warmed 
up, the kerosene is gradually turned on and 
the gasoline ofl'. The water needle valve is 
then opened, giving better combustion and 
preventing pre-ignition. 

Ignitor — The ignitor electrodes are made 
from steel, and the Ignition Points are Made 
from a Special Metal that will withstand the 
heat of the spark, as well as the effects of 
corrosion and oxidation. 





STATIOHARY 



End and Side View of Ignitor 

The ignitor is directly in the path of en- 
tering charges, which aids in keeping the 
ignitor points clean and cool, besides brushing 
olT any soot that may have been deposited 
upon them. By Removing Two Nuts the 
Ignitor Plug May be Easily Removed from 
the cylinder for inspection. 

Ignitor Mechanism^ — The ignitor mech- 
anism on Titan horizontal engines is extremely 
simple. The ignitor push rod is positive in 
its action and is operated by an eccentric on 
the half-speed gear. The contact points can 
be adjusted for early or late ignition by the 
adjustable sleeve on the push rod. 

Governor — The throttling governor acts 
on a butlerlly valve in the intake passage so 
that the fuel used is proportional to the load. 
The speed variation is very slight. 

Starting Cam — Titan horizontal engines 
are equipped with a small auxiliary relief cam 
on the exhaust cam operated by a small lever 




Compression Relief Cam 

located on the exhaust push rod so that, in 
starting, the engine does not have to be turned 
against full compression. 



Fuel Pump — The fuel pump is of the 
plunger type and Entirely Constructed of 





Sectional and Side View of Fuel Pump 



Brass, Except the Plunger and Ball Valves 
which are of Steel. Only One Packing Gland 
is Used. This prevents fuel leaking past the 
plunger. 




Roliiry Pump Used on 
4 and 6 II. I'. Engines 






Plunger Pump Used 
on Large Engines 



Cooling — On the tank cooled type engines 
the cylinders are cooled by means of water 
cu-culated through the cylinder jackets and 




Titan Tower Type Cooling Tank 

through a screen type cooling tank. The cool- 
ing water is circulated on the -t and 6 H. P. 
engines by a rotary pump, and on the larger 



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TITAN POWER FOR THE FARM 



sizes by a plunger pump. On the hopper 
cooled type engines, the cylinder jackets are 
enlarged to form a large hopper open at the 
top. This hopper holds a sufficient quantity 
of water for cooling and no circulating pump 
tank is necessary. This makes a very 



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Sectional View of Hopper-Cooled Oil Engine Cylinder 

convenient method of cooling and is especially 
desirable in cold climates as there is no water 
piping or pump to freeze, and if by accident 
the water in the hopper becomes slightly 
frozen usually no injury results. 

Electrical Equipment — All Titan engines 
are provided with Complete Electrical Equip- 
ment, including magneto 
(except portable engines 
which are equipped with 
batteries and auto sparker) . 
The 4-H. P. size is equipped 
with a gear driven rotary 
magneto. Batteries and 
battery equipments are also 
furnished for starting. The 
6-H. P. size and larger are Dry Battery and 

Sparli Coil 





Magneto Used on 1-H. P. 

to 4-H. P. Horizontal and 

All Vertical Engines 



Magneto Used on 6-H.P. 

Horizontal Engine 

and Laiger 



equipped with an oscillating type magneto. 
No battery ecjuipment is necessary as the en- 
gine can be started on the magneto. 



Lubrication — Lubrication of Titan engines 
is provided for in a ^ ery Thorough manner. 
The cyhnder is lubricated by a large sight-feed 
oil cup placed on top of the cylinder. Oil cups 
of ample size lubricate the main bearings and 




Titan Oil and Grease Cups 

the cam shaft bearings. The crank-pin bear- 
ing is provided with a grease cup which gives 
ample lubrication yet prevents the throwing 
of oil which occurs when thin oil is used. The 
other minor bearings are provided with suit- 
able oil holes. 

Exhaust Mufflers — All stationary engines 
are equipped with a cast iron exhaust pot 
which effectiveiv muflles the sound Without 




Exhaust Pot, Large Muffler and Small Muffler 

Causing Back Pressure. Other engines are 
equippedwith mulilers which nuilile the sound of 
the explosion and exhaust directly into the air. 

Skids — All skidded engines are equipped 
with substantial hardwood skids, securely 
bolted together and nicely painted to match 
the engine. The skids are provided with iron 
shod runners and four iron rings, two on each 
end for hitching a horse to for hauling. The 
battery box is mounted on the tank end and 
provides a seat for the driver. 

Finish — Titan engines present a very at- 
tractive appearance, both in design and finish. 
They are neatly finished in durable Brewster 
green and red enamel with gold striping. 
The machined parts are carefully pohshed, 
and the brass is machined and pohshed. 



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