Hatch & Kirk Offers Engine Control Panel

Hatch & Kirk, Inc., Seattle, Wash., is promoting state-of-the-art engine monitoring and control panels available to diesel, dual fuel, and gaseous-fueled engine users worldwide, according to Cliff Chappie, vice president of sales.

The panels are custom-designed to replace outdated monitoring and control instruments which have become expensive to maintain. The panel, housed in a weatherproof stainless steel enclosure, measures 72 inches high by 30 inches wide by 10.5 inches deep and weighs 210 pounds. Power supply can be from AC or DC source.

Monitoring instruments available in the panel include digital tachometer with hourmeter and overspeed trigger; digital 20-channel annunciator; digital pressure switches and gages for fuel, engine oil, airbox, start air, and crankcase; and digital temperature scanner. Instrument readout is available in both.

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