|country of origin:||Czechoslovakia|
|manufacturer:||Vítkovické horní a hutní těžířstvo (under licence)|
|number of cylinders:||1|
|dimensions:||1 300 mm x 1 000 mm x 1 000 mm|
|fuel consumption:||185–210 gr/hp/h|
|year of production:||unknown|
In the interwar period, the company Vítkovické horní a hutní těžířstvo manufactured stationary engines under licence from German engineering companies. The GL stationary engine was called "Vítkovice Güldner-Lanova" small diesel engine. The company produced three types of the engine - GL7, GL10 and GL14. The engines were all equipped with one cylinder, and they varied in the number of revolutions per minute. They could be placed on a cart, sleigh, or attached to a construction. The engine was started by a crank handle.