The training unit (EPG102) featuring a real two stroke petrol engine sectioned and showcased for educational purposes. The trainer is designed to enable observing the internal structure and components of the two-stroke petrol engine to help understanding its operation, focusing on the difference between the two stroke and four stroke cycle engines and lay the foundation for learning the maintenance of the same system.
- The educational unit is designed to demonstrate the operation and the components of the two-stroke petrol engine.
- Operating principles of the engine can be seen and explained systematically to enhance the educational background of the theory of two stroke petrol engine in practice.
- The unit shows the internal construction of the engine such as cylinder, crank shaft chamber, fuel tank, intake and exhaust manifold, carburettor, silencer, generator etc.
- This cutaway is carefully sectioned for training purposes.
- The unit is provided with motor used to rotate the engine and provide the expected rotation required for operation.
- The unit shows how the Spark plug fires twice as often in a two-stroke engine - once per every revolution of the crankshaft, versus once for every two revolutions in a four-stroke engine.
- The unit shows that fresh air is introduced through the scavenging ports located at the bottom of the cylinder liner and displaces combustion products from the previous cycle which flow through the exhaust valve located at the cylinder head.