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Moller and Jochumsen

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April 1952. Diesel engines.

Møller & Jochumsen of Horsens, Denmark

Established in 1857 by merchant Johan P. Møller and Søren Jochumsen.

From 1905 petrol engines were produced, followed by suction gas engines in 1906, and diesel engines from 1910. Water wheels were also produced, and, later, water turbines to the design of Th. H. Mahler.[1]

An 1895 horizontal cross-compound engine is preserved at the Energi Museet, Bjerringbro, Denmark.[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. [1] Book review by Jørgen Burchardt: Fra Møller & Jochumsen til M&J Industries A/S. Om 150 år i sværvægts- klassen 1857-2007 by John Juhler Hansen
  2. International Stationary Steam Engine Society bulletin Vol 34, No. 1 - 'Stationary steam in Denmark' by John Cooper.