Jay O: im jellous, i want a stirling engine but they are too expensive for me to buy at the moment
Dale Kramicz: Why don't you blueprint this and sell the plans? Any rights Phillips had are long expired.
Marconey111: One could only imagine what would come if in our more modern and computer designed world would come up with if we gave something like the Philips another go.
Marconey111: your a very lucky man to get your hands on one of these.
Danroxye01: Thank you for this video.
eva silva salgado: hola me podrias vender un modelo igual, Hello Could you sell me like Model
ATomRileyA: Thanks for posting this, what a great little engine.
dieselwalter: That is a beautiful piece.
davyboy282able: I wonder if it would be worthwhile reminding philips that this is in there back catalog?? I'd Love one! But being an Ozzy I'd solar power mine.. PLEASE PHILIPS PLEASE!!!!!
Gary C: er er er em em er er
HifiCentret: Would be nice if anyone made a modern version of this. Would be really nice to have a 1 kW (or whatever is feasible) portable generator which with no other danger that CO2 could be run indoors (ethanol fireplaces same deal - moisture and CO2). Normal gasoline you can't because exhaust is not pure CO2 but a complex mix of not fully broken down waste products.
Alan Briggs: Great little set that is, I like it, the sound is almost like internal combustion, A.K.A. A petrol engine. But it sounds nice non the less.
William Readling: I want a stirling I can fuel with wood, and heat my home with the waste heat.
Sander Tel: Hi Barumman, wonderfull piece of kit you have there... I was amazed to see the Philips logo on it. I wasn't aware they build machines like this at Philips. Being i a town next door to Eindhoven (founding ground of Philips) I am very much amuzed to see this machien. Thanks. Regards, Sander.
douro20: A pleasure craft was built in the mid-1960s as a Stirling power demonstrator by Philips engineers. It had a helium pressurized single-cylinder rhombic drive engine producing 30 horsepower and was fueled by kerosene.
Picobyte: You really have a piece of history there :D I would love to get my hands on one of those really great and compact rugged units.
Ray Ellam: wow...........thanks for sharing :-)
FarSeeker8: " I have no idea what transistors have to do with this generator using an unconventional engine." When radios used tubes (before transistors) they needed more power than batteries could reliably supply for extended periods in areas without powerlines. Philips spent years to develope these generators to supply that power & started selling them just about the time transistors came along. FYI: a new market for these would be for "Prepers" who build fallout shelters. Stirlings can run on any hear source, gasoline generators can only use petrol (and methane).