Western 80

 Western 80

Manufactured in 1924 by the Western Machinery Company, Los Angeles, California.

  • 1 cylinder propane/natural gas engine
  • Bore/Stroke: 14.25”/24”
  • Horsepower: 80 at 200 RPM
  • Piston Displacement: 3,827 cubic inches
  • Flywheel Diameter: 8' 2"
  • Start: Air

This Western 80 was used to power an ammonia compressor for a refrigeration system at Mountain View Dairy in Long Beach, California.

The engine was removed from the dairy in 1972 and was then held in a private collection until it was donated to AGSEM in the early 1980s.

Below is the manufacturer's test card for this engine.

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