Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE

Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE
Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE
Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE
Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE
Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE
Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE
Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE
Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE
Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE

Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE

This is a very valuable item. This is an unused item that has been kept for a long time, has never been installed on a boat, and has only been tested 2-3 times.

Only what is shown in the photo. Copies of manuals and pamphlets are attached. Enjoy the amazing sounds of turbine engines. It takes some effort to lubricate, but just running it with compressed air creates a very good atmosphere.

WADA WORKS WADA WORKS WADA WORKS. Turbines are completely different from reciprocating engines in terms of rotation principle and structure, and their characteristics are also quite different. While it is easy to obtain high speed rotation, extremely low rotation due to excessive load will significantly reduce output. It is extremely easy to handle, and when starting, close the valve and when the steam pressure reaches about 1.5 kg/cm2, open the valve all at once to reach maximum rotation in a few seconds.

If you do not have a pressure gauge, open the valve and close the valve once steam from the boiler begins to jet out from the nozzle, then open the valve after 30 to 40 seconds and start operation. If the valve is opened with insufficient steam pressure, a large amount of condensate will be discharged, which will delay the startup of rotation and waste canned water. In addition, even if a foreign object gets entangled in the propeller during navigation and the propeller stops rotating, the above from the nozzle will pass through the blades and be discharged, so there will be no increase in steam pressure, no burden will be placed on the boiler, and there will be no effect on the turbine. However, once the tangled object is removed, normal operation will resume immediately. Exhaust air is discharged overboard through a pipe of the same size as the exhaust port, but since no lubricating oil is used, there is no chance of contaminating the water surface. Please note that if you supplement the exhaust pipe, exhaust pressure will be applied and the output will decrease. Foreign Buyers - Please Note.
Wada Works Steam Turbine Engine SABER 65 Radio Controlled for Ships JAPAN MADE


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