Self-Pitching Three-Bladed Propeller, First Successful Development

Made:
1978-1979 in Petworth
maker:
Science Museum, Workshops
,
Admiralty Marine Technology Establishment, Haslar
and
Woodcoxon Engineering Limited
designer:
John R. Coxon
and
John R. Coxon
and

Self pitching three bladed propeller, first successful development, designed and patented by John R. Coxon, Petworth, West Sussex, England, 1977 and made by Woodcoxon Engineering Limited, Petworth, West Sussex, England, 1978-1979, tested and certified by Admiralty Marine Technology Establishment, Haslar, Gosport, Hampshire, England, 1978-1979. On teak display stand by Science Museum Workshops, South Kensington, London, England, 2000-2001.

Details

Category:
Marine Engines
Object Number:
2014-361
Materials:
bronze (copper, tin alloy), stainless steel (marine grade 316), teak (wood)
Measurements:
overall (est.): 260 mm x 250 mm x 200 mm,
type:
propeller
taxonomy:
  • component - object
credit:
J R Coxon
status:
Permanent collection

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