Glow plug / 10.5V / PI-42 / 89 mm / Hinomoto / 5-26-107-01
Glow plug with a total length of 90 mm and a filament length of 24 mm with an M10x 1.25 thread for tractors Hinomoto and other brands.
The glow plugs are mounted in the engine block in such a way that the heating tip is located in the intake manifold chamber. The rapid increase in the temperature of the spark plug tip is caused by the current that flows through the spark plugs when the ignition key is turned to the spark plug heating position. The rapid increase in the temperature of the spark plug tip heats the air, and the heated air drawn further into the engine facilitates ignition and starting of the engine.
A malfunctioning glow plug is a common cause that prevents the engine from starting and grounding the machine. The first signs of malfunctioning glow plugs include increased smoke coming from the exhaust system when starting the engine, too much vibration shortly after starting the engine, or too loud engine operation.
HINOMOTO is one of the most popular Japanese manufacturers of agricultural tractors, known mainly in Japan. Hinomoto was a trade name for tractors manufactured by Toyosha. Toyosha has its roots in plows built by Denzou Tanoue in 1863. Hinomoto compact tractors appeared in the 1950s. It produced 68 models of mini tractors. The company produced tractors and mini tractors with Toyosha engines under its own trademark HINOMOTO until 1990. TOYOSHA was also the previous name of the company under which agricultural equipment was produced. In 1990, the company became part of Hitachi Tierra, and the Hinomoto name was finally abolished in 1997. HINOMOTO also produced tractors for other international concerns under their own names, including: for: Massey Ferguson, Deutz-Allis, Simplicity and Allis-Chalmers.
The Hinomoto company is the largest importer of Japanese mini tractors, single-axle tractors and other machines in Eastern Poland.