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MECHANICAL TRAINING MODULES 1198
Highly useful for demonstrating the most fundamental and frequently used mechanism. Very useful for Engineering students. All the components are made of high degree of precision. Also the process can afford an hour of creative joy to the amateur or professional student. These modules are assembled on transparent perspex sheets to facilitate teaching. Easy to assemble or disassemble.

Single stage-Spur Gear. 1198/1
Single stage-Spur Gear with intermediate Gear. 1198/2
Two Stage-Spur Gear. 1198/3
Three Stage-Spur Gear. 1198/4
Three Speed and Reverse Gear. 1198/5
Worm Gear.1198/6
Bevel Gear. 1198/7
Rack and Quadrant Gear Drive. 1198/8
Reversing Gear (Tumbler Type). 1198/9
Epicyclic Gear (Sun and Planet). 1198/10
Cycloidal Motion. 1198/11
Internal rolling Gear drive. 1198/12
Internal Gear and Pinion drive. 1198/13
Helical Gear. 1198/14
Spiral Gear 90 degree. 1198/15
Spiral-Gear single stage with intermediate Gear. 1198/16
Herringbone Gear. 1198/17
Crank drive to oscillating link. 1198/18
Crankshaft and Slider Mechanism.1198/19
Two crank and linkage drive(Variable velocity). 1198/20
Crank and Slotted link drive.(Oscillator). 1198/21
Crank and slotted link drive.(Variable velocity). 1198/22
Friction wheel drive.(Circumference). 1198/23
Centrifugal Mechanism and clutch drive. 1198/24
Friction wheel drive (Variable speed). 1198/25
Cone clutch drive (Single sided) 1198/26
Cone clutch drive. (Two speed). 1198/27
Dog clutch drive.(Single sided) 1198/28
Dog clutch drive.(Two speed). 1198/29
Flat belt Drive (with tensioner). 1198/30
Belt Drive Toothed. 1198-31
Belt drive-single speed. 1198/32
Belt drive - Two stage. 1198/33
Belt drive (Contra-Rotation). 1198/34
Belt drive-multi speed. 1198/35
Chain Drive (with Tensioner). 1198/36
Geneva Drive (Maltese Cross). 1198/37
Sliding wedge gear with straight line and accurate output. 1198/38
Cam with straight line and lever followers. 1198/39
Face Cam Drive. (Free follower). 1198/40
Face Cam Drive. (Double sided). 1198/41
Oldhams Coupling. 1198/42
Differential Gear. 1198/43
Lathe Screw Cutting. 1198/44
Shaper. 1198/45
Crank and Connecting rod. 1198/46
Four bar link mechanism.1198/47
Scotch Yoke Mechanism.1198/48
Ellipse Tracer.1198/49
Watt Mechanism.1198/50
Peaucellier Linkage drive.1198/51
Pantograph Mechanism.1198/52
Allen Link Motion. 1198/53
Hobbing. 1198/54

FLUID PRESSURE APPARATUS 1200
Comprises of two brass cylinders of different diameter fitted with pistons and connected by a brass tube. Mounted on polished wooden base.

MANOMETER, GLASS 1200_1
Glass manometer with built-in stopcock mounted on a back plate. Scale 80-0-80 with 2 mm subdivisions. Back plate dimensions 40 x 8 cm.

PUMP PLATE 1200_2
Made of aluminum metal, with tube for connection to pump and the stopcock for air regulation on central pillar. Mounted on heavy tripod base, finished in black colour. Diameter of Pump Plate (A) 175,( B) 200, (C) 250.

GUINEA AND FEATHER APPARATUS 1200_3
Un-evacuated glass tube 50 cm long, 16 mm dia. Made from hard glass, with two rubber bungs, one carrying brass and 40 cm long pressure rubber tubing to connect to a vacuum pump.

PASCAL'S APPARATUS (Weinhold) 1200_4
To show that the pressure of liquids varies with depth and not the shape of the vessel of 4 different shapes mounted in leak proof metallic collars mounted on wooden base.

SPOUTING CYLINDER 1200_5
For demonstrating the principle that the pressure increased with depth. Made of stout tin sheet having three orifices of the same size but at different heights down one side. Size of cylinder 400 x 68 mm (height x dia.)

TORSION APPARATUS (VERTICLE) 1200_6
It consists of a heavy mild steel frame mounted on a heavy trileg cast iron base. Upper end of the rod 900 mm length and 5 mm dia under test is clamped by a 3-jaw chuck and the lower end is clamped, into the axis of a torsion couple three metal circular scales graduated in single degrees which are free to slide on one of the graduated rod can be clamped at any position. Three pointers for clamping to the test rod are provided. Strings to apply the deflecting couple and having pans at their free and pass over bearing pulleys which are clamped to the uprights without weights.

TORSION APPARATUS (HORIZONTAL) 1200_7
Searle?s pattern, two cast iron feet each with 3 through holes and grub securing screws, separated by 2 supporting rods approx. 700 mm long, one of which is graduated in cm and mms, wheel 165 mm dia, over groove, moving in ball bearings, mounted on front foot, with spindle carrying split collet chuck for holding one end of test rod 55 cm long, 5 mm dia, other end supported with clamping block through rear foot. With two Aluminium scales graduated 30-0-30 in single degrees, mounted on pillar supports, which are adjustable along the rod, two pointers with clamp for attaching to specimen, one each of brass and Steel rods, cord and hook for carrying masses but without weights. Also available TORSION APPARATUS (VERTICLE).

SURFACE TENSION BALANCE SEARL'S 1200_8
Approximately 275 mm length with cast metal bridge mounted on tripod stand adjustable for height & having a levelling knurled head screw fitted on one foot. The bridge has raised end pieces to which are screwed small metal blocks securing either end of a plated steel torsion wire. One block disc slotted to facilitate adjustment for torsion of the wire by means of screw passing through the end piece. At the centre of the wire, a small clamp is fitted carrying a light weight metal pointer with an adjustable counterpoise. From a notch near the tip of the pointer is suspended a small weight pan with a hook fitted to its underside, to hold either wire frame 80 x 25 mm or a metal clip carrying a glass microscope slide 75 x 25 x 1.5 mm. The tip of the pointer moves over a graduated vertical scale complete with set of weights 1 mgm to 1 gm. Also available SURFACE TENSION APPARATUS (JAEGER).

HOOK'S LAW APPARATUS 1200_9
Consists of a mirror scale 12 cm long and support, a spring, a weight holder and slotted weights of 250 gm capacity.

'G' BY FREE FALL APPARATUS 1200_10
This apparatus consists of a solenoid (for prompt release of the sphere on being disconnected) and gate switch unit mounted on a base, which is clamped on a 12 mm dia. retort stand rod. Connections are made through 4 mm sockets. The gate switch unit consists of a hinged metal plate held against an adjustable contact by means of small permanent magnet so that by proper adjustment, the plate falls promptly at the impact of the falling sphere. Centisecond timer can be used with this apparatus.

LINEAR AIR TRACK 1200_11
Angular section aluminum alloy track, length 255 cm, with staggered air holes, supported on two light alloy castings positioned 45 cm from each end of the track. One support has a two-point contact and other one-point contact for lateral and horizontal adjustments for which a knurled screw is provided. Large catapult arms with slots for elastic bands are fitted to each end of the track. A pulley fitted to one end of the track enables experiments involving acceleration under a constant force to be investigated. Identical end caps enable air to be introduced from either end of the track, bung being supplied to close the end not being used. The vehicles buffer attachments and clamping screws are matt black to help interpretation of stroboscopic photographs.

FLETCHER’S TROLLEY 1200_12
Used for demonstrating relation between space, velocity acceleration and mass. An aluminum track, 1720 x 150 mm wide with leveling screws. Aluminium pulley 50 mm dia., clamp for vibrator and automatic pen release. Aluminium trolley 690 x 80 x 65 mm, with three wheels mounted on ball bearings, five holes to accommodate cylindrical masses each approx. 350 gm. Vibrator 600 mm long with clamping marks at 5 and 8 Hz and pen holder with one each wood blocks 150 x 75 x 13 mm, 150 x 75 x 50 mm. Without pen and paper.

FLY WHEEL 1200_13
About 20 cm in dia. by 44 mm wide turned and carefully balance, mounted on a horizontal shaft held in ball bearings. The wheel is marked and pointer is fixed to the bracket. The bracket has four holes and can be fixed to the wall as well.

ATWOOD MACHINE 1200_14
This machine has brass pipe upright 240cms (8 ft.) long graduated incms. Metal fittings and arrangement for exact adjustment, vertical and horizontal. No dropping platform. Electric release weights start falling instantly circuit is broken. Wheel of aluminium 10cms. Diameter is carefully adjusted and balanced on steel agate bearing; platform with sliding weights and over weights.

JOLLY AIR THERMOMETER BULB 1200_15
A glass bulb of 50mm diameter is designed to be attached to three sides of thermometer which is mounted on a wooden frame.

RINTOUL DYNAMOMETER 1200_16
A Spring with zero adjustment mounted on a scale of 0-500 g x 100 g, spring extends 20 mm / 100 g. Supplied with scale pan diameter 75 mm.

CARTESIAN DIVER 1200_17
To demonstrate floating, suspension, & sinking in accordance with Archimedes’s principle. Made of glass & approx. 35 mm long.

VACUUM GAUGE (Manometer) Bennert 1200_18
To be used as differential manometer, pressure gauge & vacuum gauge; closed tube fitted with mercury with stop cock & sliding mirror scale graduated 200 - 0 - 200 x 2 mm on wooden stand.

MAXWELL’S VIBRATION NEEDLE 1200_19
All brass N.P. For experiments on rigidity. It consists of a hollow brass tube graduated with scale divided in mms and with vernier to read 0.05mm. 40 cms. Long, 18 mm dia fitted with a small chuck and carrying a mirror, 2 solid cylinders and 2 hollow cylinders all 10 cms long accurately fitted in the bore of the tube and ceiling attachment with chuck.

SURFACE TENSION APPARATUS (JAEGER) 1200_20
Convenient for determination of relative surface tensions, or after calibration with a liquid of known surface tension for determination of that of an unknown. Complete with tap funnel, having ground glass funnel to fit the 500 ml filter flask with side arm manometer, 500 ml beaker as bath, tube 150 x 30 mm with stirrer & three jets of different sizes. All glass parts made from corning glass.

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