Lombardini Engines: owner’s, service and maintenance manuals, spare parts manuals & catalogues, wiring diagrams, schematics free download PDF
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|Lombardini 10B5 Spare Parts Catalogue [PDF]||5.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 11 LD Series, 11 LD 535-3, 11 LD 625-3, 11 LD 626-3 Workshop Manual [PDF]||3.8Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 12LD 435-2, 12LD 475-2, 12LD 435-2 / B1 Workshop Manual [PDF]||2.2Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 15 LD 225 Workshop Manual [PDF]||3.5Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 15 LD 225, 15 LD 420, 15 LD 350, 15 LD 440 Owner’s Maintenance Manual [PDF]||7.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 15LD Spare Parts Catalog [PDF]||8.3Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 25LD330-2, 25LD425-2 Workshop Manual [PDF]||2.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 3LD 450, 3LD 510, 3LD 451, 3LD 451 / S, 4LD 705, 4LD 640, 4LD 820, 3LD 510 / S Workshop Manual [PDF]||1.3Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 3LD 510, 3LD 451, 3LD 451 / S, 4LD 705, 4LD 640, 4LD 820, 3LD 510 / S Workshop Manual [PDF]||1.3Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 4 LD 640, 4 LD 820, 4 LD 705, 4 LD 640 / L, 4 LD 820 / L Workshop Manual [PDF]||1.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 4LD820 Spare Parts Catalogue [PDF]||7.3Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 6LD-series Workshop Manual [PDF]||2.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 832, LDA672, L27, 5LD8252 / L, LDA673, 5LD675-2, L40, 833, 5LD825-2, 5LD673-3, 510825-3, 5LD825-3 / L, 834, 5LD930-3, 5LD825-4, L54, 5LD825-4 / L, 5LD930-4 Maintenance Manual [PDF]||3.8Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 8LD600-2, 8ld665-2, 8ld740-2, 8ld665-2 / l Workshop Manual [PDF]||6.6Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 9 LD 561-2, 9 LD 561-2 / L, 9 LD 626-2 engine Workshop Manual [PDF]||2.8Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 904 / 914 / L20 Diesel Engine Service Manual [PDF]||35.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 9LD Spare Parts Catalogue [PDF]||8.8Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 9LD625-2 Manual [PDF]||4.3Mb||Download|
|Lombardini 9LD625-2, 9LD626-2, 9LD626-2NR Workshop Manual [PDF]||6Mb||Download|
|Lombardini CHD series LDW 1503, LDW 1603, LDW 2004, LDW 2004 / T, LDW 2204, LDW 2204 / T Workshop Manual [PDF]||3Mb||Download|
|Lombardini IM Series, IM 250, IM 251, IM 252, IM 300, IM 301, IM 302, IM 350, IM 351, IM 352 Workshop Manual [PDF]||12.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini IM350 Spare Parts Catalogue [PDF]||437.4kb||Download|
|Lombardini LDA 100 Diesel Engine Maintenance Manual [PDF]||38.9Mb||Download|
|Lombardini Lda 450 Engie Series 3 – 4 LD Workshop Manual [PDF]||778.8kb||Download|
|Lombardini LDA 820 [PDF]||14.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDA 96 / 97 / 100 / 820, LDAM 96 Service Manual [PDF]||14.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDA100 Brochure [PDF]||5.8Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDA672 / 673 / 832 / 833 Manual [PDF]||3.8Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDW 422 SERIES Workshop Manual [PDF]||24.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDW 442 CRS Workshop Manual [PDF]||5.6Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDW 502 Service Manual [PDF]||10.4Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDW 502 Workshop Manual [PDF]||6Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDW 502, LDW 903, LDW 602, LDW 1204, LDW 1204 / T Workshop Manual [PDF]||6Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDW1003 (6B01E0) Spare Parts Catalogue [PDF]||4.9Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LDW702 / 1003- / 204 Owner’s Manual + parts catalog [PDF]||2.1Mb||Download|
|Lombardini LMG 4000 / LMG 6000 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||1.6Mb||Download|
Lombardini Engine Manuals PDF
Lombardini makes diesel engines with air and liquid cooling. There is also a limited selection of gasoline engines.
Lombardini air-cooled diesel engines
Air-cooled single-cylinder engines by Lombardini are classics in their product group. The earlier 3LD and 6LD types have been marketed on five continents for decades and continue to be utilized in motor cultivators and other machinery today.
The 15LD series is the most recent single-cylinder engine produced by Lombardini. These engines range in size from 220 to 500 cubic centimeters and in horsepower from 3.7 to 12. In addition, two- and three-cylinder engines producing up to 37 horsepower are also available.
Lombardini liquid-cooled diesel engines
Liquid-cooled Lombardini engines vary from 440 to 2200 cc and 11 to 65 horsepower. There are two, three, and four cylinders available. The 440 cc common rail engine designed by Lombardini is the smallest common rail system in the world today.
Lombardini petrol engines
Lombardini’s selection of gasoline engines has diminished over time. Today, only two gasoline engine versions are available, the 9 and 11 hp Intermotor. One of them is the IM350, which is frequently referred to as “the world’s greatest engine.” Also in production is a 20-horsepower gasoline engine with liquid cooling. Lombardini. Part of the Lombardini line is now offered under the Kohler brand, while the remaining engines are still sold under the Lombardini name.
Lombardini background information
Lombardini S.r.l. is an Italian producer of diesel engines with up to 134 horsepower. After the takeover, Lombardini became a part of the American manufacturing company Kohler Co. Adelmo, and Rainero Lombardini formed the firm in Reggio Emilia in 1933 under the name “Lombardini Fabbrica Italiana Motori SpA.” Adelmo Lombardini began producing internal combustion engines in Novellare in 1922 at a firm called “Società Anonima Cooperativa Metallurgica.”
In addition to engines, the enterprise of the two Lombardini brothers also manufactured pumping systems and other completed goods. After World War II, the introduction of agricultural tractors and motor cultivators bolstered this tendency.
A new plant was constructed on the outskirts of Reggio Emilia in 1963, signifying the move to mass manufacturing. Taking advantage of the fast expansion of the Italian economy and the ever-increasing need for agricultural equipment, Lombardini gradually developed over time, culminating in the company’s emergence as the market leader in the manufacture of small agricultural equipment. At this point, the firm chose to cease producing completed goods in order to concentrate solely on internal combustion engines. This modification represented the company’s strategic intention to avoid direct competition with its consumers.
Lombardini became the most renowned diesel engine producer in Italy over time, acquiring its competitors one by one. Slanzi, Cotiemme, Acme, and lastly, Ruggerini were acquired by Lombardini and merged with it.
As the corporation evolved, its structure increasingly mirrored that of a contemporary industrial conglomerate. In the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, and Germany, commercial branches were established. In addition to the headquarters in Reggio Emilia, additional plants were established in the Italian city of Rieti, the Czech Republic, and India.
Lombardini was sold to Mark IV Industries in 1999, and then to Kohler in 2007, when it became a part of its Power Group.