Dating stationary engines
All models can be entered including Pre-Style, Style 1, Style 2, Style 3, Style 4, Horizontal, Pre-WD, WD1, WD2, WD8, WD9, WLB1, WLB8, WLB9 and Air Cooled.All machine pictures are clickable for the full hi-res version.The first demonstration of mechanical sheep shearing in the USA was at the offices of the American Sheep Breeder magazine in Chicago, on Wednesday June 18th 1890 using Wolseley equipment.The Argentina Shearing Machine made by Ward & Payne in the UK was demonstrated in Wyoming in 1893, there were no further attempts to introduce shearing machinery into that country until William Cooper & Nephews became the Wolseley agent in the USA in 1895.19 has been recommended as a good starting engine) See Page 1, Page 2 and Page 3 Plans for Basic jet turbine engines along with some pictures of the first engine that I made and pictures of the latest project - jet engine plans will be added to the site for download when the engines are finished This page contains links to the Steam Engine Plans page and the Jet Engine Plans pages.The main subject of this section of my site is full size Live Steam Engines that I have found in Thailand including Steam Traction Engines, Stationary and Transportable Steam Engines and Steam Trains.Complete Stevens Model Dockyard steam plant, consisting copper boiler with fittings and spirit burner and twin cylinder engine which is compounded. 3 pages of Plans for model steam engines and photographs of a few of my working models and projects.
If you own a Wolseley stationary engine please take the time to register it at our Wolseley Stationary Engine Register HERE.
Stationary engineers are employed in schools, hospitals, hotels, apartment buildings, shopping malls, airports, power plants, industrial and manufacturing plants, breweries, co-generation plants, petro-chemical plants, office and commercial buildings, government facilities and other workplaces.
In operating and repairing these facilities, stationary engineers perform work on boilers and steam systems; heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems; building automation systems; diesel engines, turbines, generators; pumps, piping and compressed gas systems; refrigeration and electrical systems and numerous other physical plant functions.
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