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2005. TENNANT, T. M., and Co., Newington Works, Edinburgh, and Bowershall Iron Works, Leith.
8-horse power upright portable steam engine; 6-horse power horizontal steam engine.
Elevation of 6-HORSE POWER HIGH-PRESSURE HORIZONTAL STEAM ENGINE, 8.5 in. cylinder, 20 in. stroke. Price £60
Prices, with large tubular boiler and connexions, complete:—
COMBINED HIGH AND Low PRESSURE HORIZONTAL STEAM ENGINES, from 20-horse power upwards.
COMBINED HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE HORIZONTAL BEAM, up to 250-horse power.
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, from 91 in. cylinder upwards water wheels and turbines; sugar, corn, saw, oil, and bone mills.
Designs and estimates prepared for machinery for home and foreign use.
EIGHT-HORSE POWER UPRIGHT STATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, requiring no building-in, with large multi-tubular boiler, constructed to burn wood, or inferior coal, occupying a space 6 ft. by 5 ft. Price £160
The above engines made portable on carriages and wheels, 10 per cent. extra.
PORTABLE STEAM CRANES, for wharf or railway, with above engines on wrought-iron carriage, pillar and jib, to hoist, lower, and turn round by steam.
TRACTION OR ROADWAY ENGINES, with coal and water tanks, and steering apparatus complete:—