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MARINE ENGINES
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'ALPHA' TWIN MARINE ENGINE
We have designed a small and useful twin cylinder reversing oscillating Marine Engine specially for the Model Engineer with a small lathe and only a limited amount of time to spare.
The reversing mechanism is a simple slide valve on top of the centre block and does away with complicated valve gear.
It is very powerful for its size, but, like all oscillating engines, it does use a little more steam.
'TRIPLE EXPANSION' MARINE ENGINE
The Triple Expansion Marine Engine is a very good representation of the larger type of marine steam engine.
Cylinders 7/8", 1 1/4" and 1 3/4" Bore x 1 1/4" Stroke
Height 8 3/8"
Length 8 5/8"
Weight about. 25 lbs

The second constructional series for this popular model started in the Model Engineer 16th August 1985.
By J.P.Bertinat Original design by O.B.Bolton

The model illustrated has been personalized showing what a little imagination can do.
'CUNARDIA' MARINE ENGINE
This fine twin cylinder Marine Engine has to be seen to appreciate the fine lines and robustness of construction.
It was designed on the same lines as a full size Liner engine of the late Victorian era, having split bearings, Stephenson link valve gear and screw reverser.
It is reasonably easy to make and a joy to look at, quite at home as a working stationary engine , or on the mantelpiece.
All castings are of Gun Metal, the Bed Plate is Aluminium.
Cylinder 1" Bore x 1" Stroke
Overall length 7 1/2"
Overall height 7 1/2"
Weight approx. 9 3/4 lbs
Recommended working pressure 50 psi

 

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