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Hatz GmbH
Founded 1880
Founder(s) Christian Hatz
Wolfram Hatz jun.
Headquarters Ruhstorf, Germany
Products engines
Website http://www.hatz-diesel.com


Hatz is a German company that as founded in 1880 by two bothers, in. The company started building industrial engines of a variety of sizes in 1904. The firm built tractors for a period in the 1950's and early 1960's. The company is still a producer of engines today.

HistoryEdit

Hatz TL 12P/ 3171 of 1958 at GDSF 08 - IMG 0669

A Hatz TL 12P s/n 3171 of 1958 at the GDSF in 2008

The company founded in 1880 by two brothers, began building engines in 1904. with Gasoline engine production at the beginning in 1910, followed by semi-diesel engines and since 1918 diesel engines.

They were late entrants into the tractor market building there first tractor in 1950. The firm built small utility tractors with 1, 2 and 3 cylinder Air-cooled diesels. The firm stopped building tractors in the mid 1960's after deciding to concentrate on building engines. At that time there were many companies building tractors in Germany.


Hatz build industrial engines, from the earliest designs of Rudolf Diesel, up to modern day engines for compact machinery and generator sets. Hatz also supplied engines to Eicher, another small German tractor maker for a period.

By the 1990 Hatz were developing new ranges of compact engines for modern machinery applications. To compete with the Japanese and American built designs. Application include construction machinery, generators and pumps for all markets, and garden machinery.

Tractor modelsEdit

Tractor Production Numbers
  • T13 – 259
  • T16 – 189
  • T26 – 72
  • T32 – 26
  • TL10 – 1514
  • TL12 – 1001
  • TL22 – 235
  • TL15 – 256
  • TL18 – 240
  • TL33 – 44
  • TL12P – 570
  • TL13 – 970
  • TL17 – 412
  • TL24 – 104
  • TL11 – 105
  • TL25 – 54
  • TL28 – 247
  • TL38 – 243
  • H113 – 344
  • H220 – 163
  • H222 – 46
  • H332 – 70
  • H340 – 37

Hatz engine model rangeEdit

The modern engine range is from 2 kw up to 60 kw for generating sets and pump type applications. The firm supplies complete units or just power packs for incorporation into OEM equipment.[1]

  • Single cylinder engines 3kW to 25Kw
  • Multi cylinder engines from 10kW to 40kW

Early enginesEdit

  • Hatz L2 - 1936 8Kw horizontal 2 stroke industrial engine
  • Hatz A2 - 1948 2-cylinder
  • Hatz Air-cooled range - 1953
  • Hatz E75 - 1958 High speed diesel range for continuous operation.
  • Hatz E375 - 1966 compact industrial diesels
  • Hatz "Silent pack" - 1976 super silent power pack units introduced.

PreservationEdit

Do you know of any examples in the UK ?

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