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A new design line for some Stirling motor models
Just a few weeks ago, we announced a new addition to our product range, and now the performance of different Boehm Stirling-Technik motors has been improved. The performance of 12 motors, such as the HB11, 12, 13, 14, or 25, 26, 27, 28 and 31-34, has once again been optimized to exhibit better properties and less wear, which will be especially welcome to collectors.
To use the example of the best-selling Boehm Stirling HB11, the built-in brass cylinder was equipped with more mass in the models mentioned above. This not only improves cooling, but the design has been changed in an attractive manner. At the same time, the diameter of the piston has been changed to increase runnability, which then reduces wear considerably compared to before, as was mentioned above.
A particular innovation will delight all fans of Stirling motors: thanks to this change, these models offer not only more power due an enlarged piston stroke, but the crank cams have been changed slightly and balanced so that vibration can no longer be felt. The jumping which was possible until now will no longer occur. This means even more fun than with the earlier Stirling models.