New Hatraco 71.018 Pre-Chamber Spark Plugs Available – Order Today Through R&M Walsh

 

Two new 71.018 series pre-chamber spark plug (PCP) models have been released by Hatraco, and are available to purchase now through R&M Walsh. These cost-effective, plug and play spark plugs are quick to install and provide excellent running hours and lifetime performance. Suitable for a wide variety of gas engines, the new spark plugs come with purpose-designed Teflon spark plug extensions to increase their durability and safety.

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Advantages and Disadvantages Of Iridium Spark Plugs

Iridium spark plugs are widely recognised as the superior ignition product for high-performance engines, but it’s worth exploring the pros and cons of iridium spark plugs to determine why this is the case, especially in the context of high iridium prices at the moment.

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What Are The Differences Between Iridium And Platinum Spark Plugs?

For users looking for premium, high performance spark plugs for their gas ignition equipment, the choice comes down to iridium and platinum spark plugs. These provide a far greater level of reliability, efficiency, and performance, and a longer service life than the more common copper spark plugs, but do so at a higher price.

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Iridium Spark Plug Vs ‘Normal’ Spark Plug – What’s The Difference?

Spark plugs play an essential role in gas ignition engines by generating an electric spark across a small ignition gap, that fires a combustion chamber and powers the engine. There are three types of spark plug – iridium, platinum/rhodium, and copper – and all work in the same way, so talking about the difference between iridium and ‘normal’ spark plugs is somewhat misleading. The only real difference is the metal used to create the central electrode.

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Pre-Chamber Spark Plugs | R&M Walsh

pre-chamber spark plugs
R&M Walsh is proud to supply a full range of pre-chamber spark plugs to fit a variety of industrial gas engines.

The same range as available from Hatraco, the pre-chamber spark plugs we provide are more efficient than many conventional spark plugs, reducing NoX emissions and energy consumption.

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Champion by Name, Champion by Nature: Everything you Need to Know About Champion Industrial Spark Plugs

Champion by Name, Champion by Natur Everything you Need to Know About Champion Industrial Spark Plugs

Champion specialises in making high-quality, high-durability spark plugs for static, industrial gas-powered engines. They offer superior engine performance, long-lasting durability, and excellent value for money. The iridium and platinum coating gives Champion designs a longer working life and better performance than traditional, quick-wearing copper units.

 

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2 Bad Warning Signs Of A Spark Plug Malfunction

2 Bad Warning Signs Of A Spark Plug Malfunction

How do you know when your industrial engine’s spark plug is about to fail? There are two main warning signs that you should always be on the lookout for.

 

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The New Bosch 7339 M14 Spark Plug Is Due To Replace The Old 7315 This Year – Here’s What You Need To Know

For many years, the Bosch 7315 M14 double-Iridium spark plug has been a staple component for a range of gas powered stationary engines and co-gen power plants – but is set to be discontinued at the end of 2020.

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New! Bosch Double Iridium 7339 M14 Industrial Spark Plugs – Available Now From R&M Walsh

As the UK supply partner for Hatraco, we are delighted to announce that the next generation Bosch 7339 double iridium M14 industrial spark plug is now available through R&M Walsh. The 7339 builds on the success of previous Bosch M14 spark plugs to provide increased efficiency, service life, higher wear resistance, better ignitability, and value for money. In this article, we introduce the main features, benefits, and advantages of the Bosch 7339, and why we recommend upgrading from older industrial spark plug models, such as the Bosch 7315.

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Case Study: Replacement Ignition Rail MWM TBG 620 V12 V16 V20

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Some replacement ignition rails are straightforward… And then there is the OEM ignition rail on the MWM TBG series. As anyone who has encountered these will know, the cabling on the MWM TBG is enclosed in hard foam. While this approach protects the cabling, the downside is that it is inaccessible. As such, the cabling itself cannot be replaced if it develops a fault.

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