Expanded name: Robinson Sterling Engine
Original engine designer/date: Robert Sterling 1816
Kit designer/date: Norbert Keeley 1979
Pattern designer/date: Norbert Keeley
Type of engine: Hot Air Engine
Bore and stroke: 1 Sterling Cycle Engine
Materials: cast aluminum
Flywheel: 8 inches
Number of castings
Number of engines built: un-known
Description: This is one of the earliest stirling cycle designs known to man. The kit has been produced in the past and is in the process of being re-released for sale. If you are interested in one of the first kits, please send us a note. This will speed up bringing this engine to market.
Print type: Hand drawn.