Little Pump + Texas Pump Jack
Patented in 1816 by Robert Stirling, the hot air engine or Stirling engine is based on a simple principle: A burner filled with fuel heats the air inside a cylinder and thereby purveys energy to the motor that activates through piecing of the flywheels.
This unique combination includes the Boehm Stirling Little Pump, their number one selling— and perhaps most charming— Stirling engine. Once assembled, it can generate more than enough power for the Texas Pump Jack. This striking mechanical curiosity has variable lifting and speed settings for a variety of ways to enjoy its hypnotic motion.
Stainless Steel, Brass, Aluminum
— Assembly Required For "Kit" Variation
— Engine Powered By Any 94% Alcoholic Spirit
— HB11 Little Pump Stirling Engine (5.12" X 6.14" X 4.25")
— TP1 Texas Pump Jack (6.14" X 4.25" X 5.11")
In the US and Canada its called denatured alcohol, methyl hydrate*, or fondue fuel.
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