Hugon Gas Engine, 1867

Made:
1867 in London
maker:
Edward Casper
patentee:
Pierre Hugon

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'Hugon' gas engine, 1867. Components are stamped to aid assembly. Patented by P. Hugon in 1865.

Details

Category:
Heat Engines (non steam)
Object Number:
1868-25
Materials:
brass, iron, paint, steel
Measurements:
plinth: 75 mm x 2000 mm x 830 mm, ,
overall (estimate): 1630 mm x 2260 mm x 1100 mm, , 1006kg
flywheel: x x , 1540 mm,
flywheel weight (inc. pallet): x x , , 300kg
engine weight (inc. pallet): x x , , 873kg
type:
internal combusion engine
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • engine - power producing equipment
status:
Permanent collection

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