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Vinzenz Prick

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c.1856 engine at Vienna Technical Museum
c.1856 engine - closer view
c.1856 engine, showing valve operating gear. The governor raises and lowers a sleeve, whose helical guides act to advance or retard the upper cam
c.1856 engine. The crank is an iron casting of indifferent quality, and has been strengthened or repaired using a well-fitted wrought iron band.
1856 engine at Vienna Technical Museum, showing valve operating gear, similar to that on c.1850 engine

Metall-Maschinenwaaren-Fabrik des Vincenz Prick of Wien (Vienna), Austria (K.k. landesbefugte Maschinenfabrik Vinzenz Prick).

c.1850 Single-cylinder vertical steam engine, with Gothic-styled frame, on display at Vienna Technical Museum.

1856 Single-cylinder vertical steam engine for the Dreher'sche Brauerei, Klein-Schwechat, on display at Vienna Technical Museum.

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