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Single & Double Cylinder Engines

 

C-Series

 

C-SERIES ENGINE MODELS

 

C-46   c-66   c-96   c-101   c-106   c-255

Our C-Series line of engines encompasses models with hp from 5 to 75, and speed ranging from 300-800 rpm. The C-Series has been tested by time in the field for over 60 years and is a proven worker with incredible longevity and durability. We continue to refine the design to provide ever greater efficiency of operation and reduced emissions.

 

Single Cylinder, Belt Drive, Continuous Duty (Gas Powered)

Concrete Filled or Casy Iron Skid

Equipped with Arrow slow speed natural gas fueled engine with the following standard features:

  • Thermal siphon cooling system with radiator and cooling fan
  • Oil bath combustion air cleaner
  • Full flow lube oil filtration
  • Pressure lubrication throughout engine
  • Starfire ignition
  • Electrical engine speed governor (for AC units only)
  • Safety switches for low oil pressure, low lube oil, low coolant level
  • 12 volt electric ring gear starter
  • Amp meter
  • Reliable commercial external two bearing, brushless synchronous 60 hertz alternator available in either single-phase or three-phase (50 hertz on special order)
  • Remote, mounted electrical control panel including voltmeter, amp, meter, frequency meter and fuse block for control circuit protection
  • Engine and alternator have V-belt and sheave drive connected together
  • Engine and alternator are mounted together on 9" concrete filled base

For other features not included as standard equipment, consult Arrow customer service.

 

Quality Products...Engineered to Last

Arrow engines are designed for continuous duty 24 hours a day, day after day. Dependable performance when you need it. Arrow's heavy duty design features a heavy flywheel, a governor speed control, and a pressurized full flow lubrication system to assure continuous operation.

 

Oil field Tough

Over 75,000 Arrow Engines are powering pumping jacks in oil fields from the frozen tundras of Canada to the mountains of South America, from the deserts of the Middle East to the jungles of Indonesia. Many of the original engines built in the 1940s are still running today. Tough means they work harder, longer.

 

Gas Fueled

Arrow Engines run on a variety of low BTU gases; natural gas, wellhead gas, methane, butane or propane. Whether in remote jungles or in civilization, locally available gas fuel frequently costs much less than bringing in liquid fuel or electric power. The single cylinder Arrow engines can also be equipped with a fuel lift pump and will operate on gasoline.

 

Economical Operation

Studies performed in the U.S. have shown that operating costs for Arrow engines can be as low as half when compared to equivalent HP electric motors. Since every area is different, you owe it to yourself to compare the costs in your area.

 

Easy Maintenance

Arrow engines are designed for easy, quick field maintenance. The oil level can be checked and adjusted while the engine is running. Easy access enables replacing piston rings and wet cylinder sleeves in the field. Arrow parts are also interchangeable from the first model made.

 

Ignition

Starfire Solid State Ignition Systems are standard for single cylinder engines and optional on twin cylinder engines. Also available as options are high-tension or solid-state magnetos, or Altronic ignition systems.

 

Arrow Improvements to Original Continental Engine

Improvements to the Heavy-Duty C-Series Engines since May 1977 (most all are retrofitable to earlier models using current kits):

  • EPA Certified C-46, C-66, C-96 & Certifiable C-106
  • Heavy steel fabricated sub-base
  • Full flow oil system with spin-on filter
  • A mounting pin for Arrow 990
  • Portable starter added to sub-base
  • Bronze crankshaft gears for C-46 through C-106
  • Arrow oil filler added to engine (ASP-1)
  • O-ring modified rocker shaft plugs
  • Reliable stainless steel braided oil lines
  • Ball rod ends standard on all Arrow Engine models
  • Stainless steel water filler added as standard (ASP-3A)
  • Vibration-free cross braced radiator shells
  • Common muffler made standard on C-Series engines
  • Lifting eyes added to facilitate engine handling
  • All Arrow Engines are either electric 12-volt ring gear starting or blow down air-gas starting systems
  • Added instrument panel to house starter switch, cannon receptacle, oil pressure gauge and shut down
  • Cylinder heads modified to accept Impco carburetors without using cross flange adapter
  • Improved ring gear starter mounting on new flywheel (eliminated separate ring gear carrier)
  • Added QD hub to flywheel for safety in de-mounting
  • Latest trochoidal oil pumps standard
  • Oil pressure bypass valve included in oil pump assembly
  • Optional renewable oil filter available
  • A wiring harness is used to combat weather hazards
  • Optional cover for Arrow electric starter motor available (prevents water from damaging starter motor)
  • Starfire ignition is standard (C.D.I. for long life) and operates in the rain
  • Redesigned breather system to improve crankcase ventilation and reduce emissions of crankcase vapors into the atmosphere (244BC)
  • Solderless pressure condensing radiators with steel top tanks, bottom headers and replaceable
  • Cores made standard on C-46 through C-106 - optional on C-255

 

K-Series

K-SERIES ENGINE MODELS

 

k-6

 

K Series Slow Speed Gas Engines

Arrow's Certified K-Series K-6 engine is our newest addition to our single cylinder line of engines. With 6 hp and 400-800 rpm, it is a perfect engine to run in place of an electric motor in situations where dependability, lack of electric, availability of natural or wellhead gas or longevity of the engine are factors. This diminutive engine features the same qualities as our C-Series engines, including a heavy duty flywheel, governor speed-control system and a pressurized full-flow lubrication system to ensure continuous trouble-free operation. Compared to other high RPM engines, the advantages of low RPM are substantially less wear, less maintenance, lower repair costs, and compared to other high RPM engines, Arrow’s K-6 engine lasts many times longer and is more economical to operate and maintain.

Arrow Engine Advantage

Arrow’s continuous duty oilfield gas engines are built to excel at one of the toughest, most demanding jobs ever devised. That’s why they are the best you can buy, not only to power pump jacks, but to pump liquids, generate electricity and provide the “muscle” necessary for many other jobs. Arrow Engines utilize heavy flywheels to provide high internal momentum for smooth, high torque running at constant low RPM. The Arrow advantages of low RPM are substantial: less wear, less maintenance, less repair and in the long run less frequent replacement. Compared to high RPM engines, an Arrow engine lasts longer and costs less to operate.

 

Continuous Duty

Arrow Engines are designed for continuous duty 24 hours a day, day after day. Dependable performance when you need it. Arrow’s heavy duty design features a heavy flywheel, a governor speed control, and a pressurized full flow lubrication system to assure continuous operation.

 

Gas Fueled

Arrow Engines run on a variety of low BTU gases; natural gas, methane, butane or propane. Whether in remote jungles or in suburbs, locally available gas fuel frequently costs much less than bringing in liquid fuel or electric power.

 

Economical Operation

Studies performed in the U.S. have shown that operating costs for Arrow Engines can be as low as half the cost for equivalent HP electric motors. Since every area is different, you owe it to yourself to compare the costs in your area.

 

Easy Maintenance

Arrow Engines are designed for easy, quick field maintenance. The oil level can be checked while the engine is running. Easy access enables replacing piston rings and wet cylinder sleeves in the field; and Arrow parts are interchangeable from the first model made.

 

Ignition

Solid State Ignition System is standard.

 

L-Series

 

 

L-Series Two Cycle Engines

The L-Series L-795 is the most substantial of the large flywheel engines - with twin Cylinders, continuous hp of 65 at 600 rpm, it is the engine of choice for difficult locations. These are beautifully engineered engines that have been in the field for more than 70 years. They are one of the most durable and long lasting engines anywhere.

 

The Arrow L-Series L-795 engine is a low to medium speed, heavy-duty, twin-cylinder, two-cycle horizontal-type gas engine. The two-cycle engine completes its work cycle of compression, ignition, power and exhaust in two strokes or one revolution of the crankshaft. The L-Series uses two cylinders, therefore, there are two power strokes for each revolution of the crankshaft.

 

Lubrication

Full pressure lubrication with a gear driven oil pump and a full flow replaceable oil filter assures engine longevity. Oil can be added through our unique oil filter while the engine is running. There is also a visible gauge glass for checking the oil level while the engine is in operation. In two-cycle models, an additional lubricator is provided for cylinders for longer cylinder and ring life.

 

Safety Controls

Safety controls are standard and provide engine shutdown preventing damage caused by low oil pressure, low water level, and on two-cycle models, an overspeed switch is standard.

 

Carburetion

All engines have instantaneous governor adjustments to maintain a constant engine RPM. Impco carburetors are standard on all Arrow Engines. Arrow combination gasoline/natural gas carburetors are available at no additional cost on Single Cylinder engines.

 

Cooling System

Standard on all C-Series engines is closed pressure condensing cooling systems. Thermo-syphon cooling is standard on all L-Series engines.

 

Main Components

The connecting rods are saddle mounted to the crosshead pin for more bearing surface. All models utilize an exhaust pipe flange to eliminate exhaust pipes stuck in cylinder heads.

 

Starting

All engines utilize an easily accessible compression release to facilitate starting. Manual cranks, portable electric starters and 12V built-in ring gear starters are standard on all C-Series engines: 12V ring gear starters or air gas starting are available on L-795 engines.