Giesl Ejector (Set of 4)
A Giesl ejector is a suction draught system for steam locomotives that works on the same principle as a feedwater pump. This ejector (German: Ejektor, Flachschornstein or Quetschesse) was invented in 1951 by the Austrian engineer, Dr. Adolph Giesl-Gieslingen. The Giesl ejector ensures improved suction draught and a correspondingly better use of energy. The existing blastpipe in a locomotive is replaced by several, small, fan-shaped, diverging blast pipes, from which the diffuser gets its flat, long, drawn-out shape.
Small fine file or fine sandpaper
Paints & glue to complete the model
This is a 3D printed upgrade set.
All items require assembling and painting (Glues and paints not included)
Height: 7mm (includes 2.5mm fitting plug)
Width: 1.5mm (Narrow)
Lenght: 4.5mm (Top of ejector)
Material: 3D printed resin
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