Head gasket / Ø 94 mm / Hinomoto E23/E230 / Toyosha P126 / 2281-1111-00 / 7-15-107-08
Engine head gasket with dimensions of 183 x 271 mm , piston hole diameter of 94 mm and thickness of 1.30 mm for Hinomoto tractors of the Hinomoto E23 , Hinomoto E230 series with Toyosha P126 engines and others.
The engine head gasket is a gasket that is installed where the engine head connects to the engine block. The place where the block connects to the head must be tight for proper engine operation. The head gasket is designed to seal the operation of the cylinders, coolant channels and lubrication channels and to separate and prevent mixing of both fluids. The second task of the gasket is thermal insulation, because part of the engine block may heat up from the operating combustion chambers, up to 2000 degrees Celsius.
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The first signs of head gasket wear, gasket burnout, or gasket blowing are uneven operation of a hot engine, loss of coolant or oil, presence of oil in the coolant and coolant in the engine oil, or air bubbles visible to the naked eye in the coolant (expansion tank). ).
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.