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Martin Baylis Twin Cylinder Marine Engine
Martin Baylis Twin Cylinder Marine Engine
Ref: 7509
This engine has been engineered to give a balance between the aesthetic appearance and sound engineering practice. Miniature roller races have been utilised extensively throughout; in total there are twenty used for the crankshaft, valve shaft, reversing gears, big ends and little ends. The result being that the bottom end of the engine requires very little lubrication other than minimal lubrication for the eccentric straps. This lends itself very clean and smooth operation together with low maintenance.

In an effort to simulate materials of the age, the block, steam chest and engine bed have been manufactured from aluminium which is then treated to give a textured finish. The components are subsequently hard anodised to BS5599. Hard anodising has a hardness approximating "sapphire" and is therefore very durable and wear resistant. This combination gives a finish that closely resembles that of cast iron. Pistons and slide valves are manufactured from complimentary materials which offer extremely good sealing characteristics combined with very low friction.

Stainless steel, brass and bronze are used extensively throughout the engine. As a result of this the engine is light weight, compact and powerful, offering the modeller an engine that looks authentic and is highly functional which should give years of untroubled enjoyment.






ENGINE SPECIFICATION

Bore 9mm

Stroke 12mm

Capacity 3.05cc

Working Pressure 45psi or 3bar

Length 77.75mm or 3-1/16” (excluding reversing handle)

Width 52.50mm or 2-1/16” (excluding throttle handle)

Height 89.87mm or 3-17/32” (excluding lubricator cap)

Weight 321g or 11.33oz



Price:999.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Martin Baylis Engineering Three Cylinder Marine Steam Engine
Martin Baylis Engineering Three Cylinder Marine Steam Engine
Ref: 9046
This is One of the nicest commercial Steam engines i have seen !!!!

Technical Information


ENGINE SPECIFICATION

Length 110mm or 4.33 (excluding reversing handle)

Width 52.5mm or 2.07 (excluding throttle handle)

Height 90.3mm or 3.56 (excluding lubricator cap)

Weight 475g or 16.8oz

Bore 9mm

Stroke 12mm

Capacity 4.575cc

Working Pressure 45psi or 3bar

This engine has been engineered to give a balance between the aesthetic appearance and sound engineering practice. Miniature roller races have been utilised extensively throughout; in total there are twenty nine used for the crankshaft, valve shaft, reversing gears, big ends and little ends. The result being that the bottom end of the engine requires very little lubrication other than minimal lubrication for the eccentric straps. This lends itself very clean and smooth operation together with low maintenance.
In an effort to simulate materials of the age, the block, steam chest and engine bed have been manufactured from aluminium which is then treated to give a textured finish. The components are subsequently hard anodised to BS5599. Hard anodising has a hardness approximating "sapphire" and is therefore very durable and wear resistant. This combination gives a finish that closely resembles that of cast iron. Pistons and slide valves are manufactured from complimentary materials which offer extremely good sealing characteristics combined with very low friction.
Stainless steel, brass and bronze are used extensively throughout the engine. As a result of this the engine is light weight, compact and powerful, offering the modeller an engine that looks authentic and is highly functional which should give years of untroubled enjoyment.


Price:1,620.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Martin Baylis Kingdom vertical Boiler
Martin Baylis Kingdom vertical Boiler
Ref: 9107

Martin Baylis Engineering introduce a new vertical boiler based on the Simpson Strickland Kingdon Boiler.
As many features as possible have been retained from the original. These include a dummy fire door, bottle siphon pressure gauge, copper dome at the base of the funnel, brass feature to the top of the funnel, wood cladding and brass boiler bands.
The boiler is complete with super heater (steam drier), steam valve, pressure gauge and siphon, safety relief valve, water gauge, burner and combined feed water by-pass and check valve if required.
A novel feature if that the exhaust passes through the boiler casing and into the top of the vertical fire tube thus avoiding the need for unsightly pipe work on top of the boiler.


The unit is a marine vertical flue boiler with cross tubes and internal horizontal tube. The boiler is of all copper construction with the exception of the brass mounting plate at the base, all bushes and ferules are of bronze. It is designed for gas firing by butane/propane mix.

The boiler is supplied already clad in ceramic fibre insulation and planked in pear wood and fitted with brass boiler bands.

Also included are sight glass, steam valve, pressure gauge and ceramic burner. Options include gas attenuator, combined by-pass/check valve, oil separator and rechargeable gas tank.


OPERATING PRESSURE:- 45 p.s.i ~ 3.0 Bar
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE PRESSURE: - 60 p.s.i ~ 4.0 Bar
SAFETY VALVE RELIEF PRESSURE: - 60 p.s.i ~ 4.0 Bar
WEIGHT EMPTY INCLUDING FITTINGS: - 1.65 Kilos
INTERNAL VOLUME: 0.67 Litres
HEIGHT: - 125 mm (TO TOP OF COPPER DOME
MAX DIAMETER: - 118 mm


Price:1,399.99 (Including VAT at 20%)


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