Pumping Engines Stand Up Well at Convention Tests

Issue 5 and Volume 68.

Pumping Engines Stand Up Well at Convention Tests Machines Have Little Difficulty Going Through Severe Twelve-Hour Grind at Full Capacity—Stutz and White Finish with Perfect Scores—Excellent Facilities Provided for Tests WHILE there were but four participants in the pumping engine tests at the Toronto convention—one Stutz, one White and two Republics—the visiting chiefs displayed considerable interest and commented very favorably on the work of the machines. The ease of operation and the remarkable absence of vibration while the engines were pumping at top speed made an excellent impression on the observers, removing any doubts that may have existed as to the design and general construction of the cars that went through the gruelling. The tests held at the Exposition Grounds a stone’s throw from both the exhibit and meeting halls, and at the edge of Lake Ontario, were conducted under the direction of the Committee on Exhibits of the Association…

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