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Potato digger

Around 1938, the potato diggers were equipped with a 3-5 HP International Harvester stationary engine type which worked with either gas or kerosene. These engines had a clutch drive gear that allowed engaging or disengaging the operating machine. These motors were often armed with a bath oil air filter.

Arrache patates

Arrache patates

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Grain binder

The International Harvester (McCormick Deering) motors type LA 1½-2½ HP and type LA 3-5 HP, were used to operate the very first grain binders. They were placed close to the ground on the grain binder.

Lieuse à grain

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Well pump

To supply water to the animals, the buildings and houses of small (1½-2½ HP) International Harvester motor owners, used well pumps for their surface and shallow wells. These were activated by a pump jack. They also would use stronger motors such as the 3-5 HP for the deeper wells.

 

Pompe à eau

Pompe à eau

Pompe à eau

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Vacuum pump

To activate their milking machine, the farmers would use in their barn a vacuum pump which was fixed on an extension of the 2 skids. They mainly used the small International Harvester motors 1½-2½ HP for that type of work. Some of these motors ran on natural gas.

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Hay press

 They would use the International Harvester motors of 3-5 HP to operate the hay press also called baler #15, pick up baler #15 and #15 power hay press. Those motors were equipped with an air filter and a spark arrested and could work on kerosene for a better fuel saving.

Presse à foin

Presse à foin

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Water cooler

To keep the milk cool in the dairies, they would use an International Harvester stationary engine of 1½-2½ HP to activate the compressor so as to cool the water in the refrigerator.
 

Refroidisseur d'eau

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Cream separator

To avoid extra chores to the users of the cream separators, they would install to these machines a International Harvester (McCormick Deering) motor of 1½-2½ HP with a pulley of a certain diameter with a belt to bring the necessary revolution to have it working at its best capacity.

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