Heat engine invented in 1816 by Scottish clergyman, Robert Stirling. Almost 200 years later we present working desktop replica of the engine. The engine converts heat energy to mechanical work.
More about the engine on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stirling_engine .
Technical specification and manual: The engine is made of metal and glass. Packed in elegant, wooden box. All you have to do is pour any kerosene lamp fuel into the burner and light the wick. The burner is to be set under the glass piston. The engine will work after a few minutes.
Attention! The box with the engine is packed in a cardboard box, which does not match the elegant character of the product. It is only a shipping packaging.
Size: 17.5 x 13 x 6.5 cm
Weight: 0.430 kg