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This engine does everything but talk

24th December 1954
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to make 111; ENERGOL the Super oil THE TROUBLE with normal engines is that you can't see what's happening inside. So the technicians of The British Petroleum Company set about building an engine that kept nothing back. Simply studded with instruments, it shows exactly what is happening inside, in cylinders and bearings. It's even possible to measure the piston temperature while B16 the engine is running at any speed.

The Sunbury Engine, as it is called, can faithfully imitate a whole range of arduous operating conditions from a slow-revving job in the Arctic to high-revving high temperature work in tropical conditions, while engineers can watch its symptoms all the way.

The Sunbury Engine is only one of the test equipments regularly used at the Sunbury Research Station to ensure that BP Energol gives the finest possible protection to your engines.

BP Energol is distributed in Gt. Britain to Commercial transport, Industrial and Marine users by the Power Petroleum Company Ltd., 76/78 Strand, London, W.C.2.


Locations: London

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