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Petrol Engine Cutaway

1.Petrol engine body, 2.Electric motor 3.Operation panel.

  • Observation of the internal structure of the petrol engine.
  • Familiarization with the key components of the IC petrol engine.
  • Observation of the sequence of the four-stroke cycle in the IC petrol engine.
  • Observing the motion of the flywheel , cam shaft & crank shaft to help understanding the engine working principle.
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  • Petrol engine cutaway (EPG100)
  • Hard copy user manual

Petrol engine cutaway trainer (EPG100) is an educational unit features a real 4-cylinders petrol engine sectioned, showcased and specially modified to allow retaining the movement feature of its internal parts. The unit aims at demonstrating the petrol engine internal composition and design, in addition to the working mechanism of the four cylinders thanks to the electric motor attached to the engine which used to deliver motion to the engine setup. The petrol engine internal parts are colored for better recognition of its key components.

  • The educational unit demonstrates a sectioned four-cylinder petrol engine mounted on a robust frame.
  • Starting the electrical motor connected to the engine setup, the trainee will be able to observe the injection and order of the engine and the sequence of the 4 main strokes of the engine.
  • The unit also allows to see how longitudinal motion is transformed into rotational motion by means of pistons, connecting rods and crankshaft.
  • The trainer allows the trainee to observe the operation of the valve train and the timing assembly, the construction of the engine block, cylinder head, crankcase, intake and exhaust systems, and the shape and profile of most petrol engine components.
  • The trainer is provided with an electric motor to generate the expected rotation coming from the engine.
  • The educational unit is supplied with an operation panel that includes an ON/ OFF operation switch, emergency switch and "3-Pole Circuit Breaker".
  • The flywheel and alternator are also provided to introduce trainees to their functions and to demonstrate how the energy generated from the power stroke is stored to be transferred to the following strokes.