The engine module (1, figure 2) consists of:
A 19-horsepower diesel engine (2) which serves as the prime mover for the pumping assembly.
Carrying handles (3) on either side of the engine module that allow the engine module to be carried by four persons.
Alignment bolts (4) that engage slots in the pump-engine module frame to eliminate movement from engine
A detachable air intake filter (5) which is attached by a clam shell clamp (6) to the engine intake manifold (7) during
setup. (The air intake filter is stowed, transported and accounted for in a storage module.)
A Power Take Off (PTO) guard (8) covers the engine output shaft and flexible coupling adapter to provide
protection from rotating parts on the rear of the engine.
A guard (9) encloses the manual start adapter to provide protection from rotating parts on the front of the engine.
A female quick disconnect fitting (10) is used to connect the fuel supply line from the pump-engine module to the
A male quick disconnect fitting (11) is used to connect the fuel return line from the engine module to the pump-
A group of electrical connectors (12) are used to connect the battery power cable, the control cable and the pumpage
overtemperature cable to the engine module.
Figure 2. Engine Module