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Stuart Turner and Co: Engines

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Model Stuart Turner gas engine converted to run on petrol. Made by G. Cope. On display at Chepstow Museum
1924. Stuart Turner Model N petrol.
February 1925. Type S 50 Mill engine.
1929. 1hp. Exhibit at the Dave Lee Vintage Engine Collection.
September 1932.
August 1933.
November 1933.
1937. Model R7.
1944. Model S2 petrol.

Note: This is a sub-section of Stuart Turner and Co

1906 Commenced making casting for a small i/c engine

Model 600 gas or petrol engine sized at 0.75 to 1 bhp

Model 800 sized at 1/6th hp (gas) or 1/5 hp (petrol)

Model 400 sized at b1/8th hp

Mid-1930s Introduced the Sandhurst petrol engine rated at 2/3rds hp at 900 rpm

1936 Introduced castings for the W4 four-cycle engine and the W2 two-cycle engine

Model K engine

1938 Introduced a small diesel engine rated at 2 bhp and this was later raised to 3 bhp at 1,500 rpm

See Also


Sources of Information

  • A-Z of British Stationary Engines by Patrick Knight. Published 1999. ISBN 1 873098 50 2