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Turbine Technologies leads the industry by delivering unique turnkey classroom lab equipment and devices that offer unmatched educational value. Our industrial automation trainers offer engineering students unique learning opportunities via hands-on operation and observation of thermal, fluid and mechatronic systems. Click on the links below to learn more about our products:
Designed to provide a rare jet engine training experience, MiniLab™ offers students an exciting opportunity- operation of a real jet engine.
Designed for research and education, the TurboGen™ electric turbine generator system offers hands-on energy conversion lab.
The RankineCycler™ is a classroom-sized turbine power plant lab that offers unmatched hands-on thermodynamic steam power education for engineering students.
Diesel Dynatronix is a portable diesel engine performance analysis system comprised of a two-cylinder industrial diesel engine driving an air-cooled dynamometer.
FluidMechatronix: industrial fluid process automation education trainer. Utilizing water, interchangeable pump impellers, and a clear view pumping circuit.
ControlsLab™ is a unique training system offering state-of-the-art learning opportunities in controls & automation.
The TrueStructures™ Strain Analysis Lab is a complete system for the exploration of structural engineering problems.
WindLab™ is an electrical renewable energy generation system and the #1 hands-on educational turbine lab tool for engineering students.
SR-30 gas model turbine engines are available in a cutaway. Students will be able to follow a detailed flow path-from compressor inlet to thrust nozzle exit
SprayView Fuel Atomization Verification System is a jet engine fuel spray system used to gain an understanding of the Brayton Power Cycle.
Turbine Technologies is know for it's reliable and cost effective turn key educational devices. Our labs come fully assembled and ready to use.
"MiniLab™ is an extremely exciting teaching tool… a one of a kind device for the demonstration and study of gas turbine power!"
Jed E. Marquart, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Ohio Northern University