Inpro Solar Macro Stirling Engine
The Stirling engine was invented in 1816 by the 26 year old Scottish clergyman Robert Stirling. It is named after the steam engine, the second oldest heat engine in an enclosed working gas such as helium and air from the outside in two different areas is alternately heated and cooled to produce mechanical energy.
|General||Type||Macro Stirling Engine|
|Recommended Age||4 plus years|
|Physical||Dimensions and Size||15 x 6 x 10 cm|
|Materials Used||24 Karat Gold plated Body|
|Rating*||1 Star||2 Star||3 Star||4 Star||5 Star|