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Jensen Steam Engine – Dry Fuel Heated

  • Jensen Steam Engine – Dry Fuel Heated
  • A Do-It-Yourself Model Steam Engine

Product Description
A Do-It-Yourself Model Steam Engine An American tradition, this solid brass and nickel plated steam engine is perfect for learning more about mechanical energy, motion and the way “things work”. The steam engine runs on steam pressure made by heating water in a boiler just as water is boiled in a tea kettle. In the early 1700’s, the first practical steam engines were built to pump water. Over the years, though, steam engines were used to operate many other types of … More >>

Jensen Steam Engine – Dry Fuel Heated

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Frey Scientific Model 70 Jensen Oscillating Cylinder Steam Engine

  • Steam engine for demonstrating principles of steam energy
  • Electrically heated boiler generates steam pressure to drive the double-acting oscillating cylinder and two-speed pulley
  • Heating unit is 400W and operates on 110V
  • Pulley has a 1/2″ bore and 5/8″ stroke
  • Equipped with a water gauge safety valve (pop valve), whistle, and throttle

Product Description
The Frey Scientific Model 70 Jensen Oscillating Cylinder Steam Engine has an electrically heated boiler that generates steam pressure to drive the double-acting oscillating cylinder and two-speed pulley for demonstrating principles of steam energy. The heating unit is 400W and operates on 110V, and the pulley has a 1/2″ bore and 5/8″ stroke. The steam engine is equipped with a water gauge safety valve (pop valve), whistle, and throttle. Its base is approximately 9″ … More >>

Frey Scientific Model 70 Jensen Oscillating Cylinder Steam Engine

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Jensen Toy Steam Engine Model 65 Hobby Craft Toys Made in America

  • Live Steam Engine
  • Double Acting Engine
  • Fuel Fired

Product Description
Jensen Steam Engine Model 65 Full-featured, mid-sized, Double acting slide valve stationary cylinder, “dry fueled engine with a 2-1/8 x 6 boiler. Powers Erector Sets and other miniatures with power to spare…also spin start” reversible. Includes pop valve, whistle and throttle. Bore: 7/16″ x 5/8″ Stroke…. More >>

Jensen Toy Steam Engine Model 65 Hobby Craft Toys Made in America

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Jensen 20 steam engine Video 2


Out of my 100 steam engines this is my favorite.

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Jensen 50 Steam Engine exhaust to second engine


Jensen 50 Steam Engine exhaust to second engine

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Jensen # 50 Steam Engine, 2nd Test Run


Jensen # 50 Steam Engine, 2nd Test Run

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Jensen Steam Engine Dry Fuel Heated 76

Product Description
A Do-It-Yourself Model Steam Engine — — An American tradition, this solid brass and nickel plated steam engine is perfect for learning more about mechanical energy, motion and the way “things work”. — — The steam engine runs on steam pressure made by heating water in a boiler just as water is boiled in a tea kettle. In the early 1700’s, the first practical steam engines were built to pump water. Over the years, though, steam engines were used to operate many oth… More >>

Jensen Steam Engine Dry Fuel Heated 76

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Jensen 25 Cast Base


I’ve had this engine for a while now, but never made a video of of it. The SV spring is a little loose, so it didn’t get up to it’s full speed. You can see how well everything is machined, everything runs true, and how quiet it is. The heavy cast base, and wooden base prevents all “dancing”, so the engine doesn’t vibrate everywhere, the heavy cast iron, nickel plated flywheel is one of the highlights of this engine, and the nickel plating isn’t that super shiny kind either on the new Jensen’s . All these things make older Jensen’s in particular, one of the highest quality built toy steam engines.

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