Engineering Science Kits
TecQuipment’s Engineering Science kits are perfect for classroom use. Equip your students with a robust understanding of the fundamental principles of Engineering by letting them get hands-on with experiments. Hear the bang of a Steel Specimen breaking on the Tensile Tester, see the deflection of a beam under stress, watch the meshing of gears on the Gear Trains Set.
TecQuipment Engineering Science kits can be relied upon to last and aid you in teaching the next generation of Engineers.
Engineering Science Work Panel Multi-position Work Panel for use with TecQuipment’s Engineering Science kits.
Forces Kit Demonstrates how to find the centre of gravity of shapes and the relationship between angles and coplanar forces, using force triangles.
Moments Kit Demonstrates the relationship between distances and forces in rigid beams and levers demonstrating the first, second, and third-order levers.
Deflection of Beams and Cantilevers Kit Demonstrates the deflection of beams of different materials and dimensions, held on different supports both clamps and knife edges.
Torsion of Circular Sections Kit Demonstrates the torsion in circular section specimens of different materials and lengths.
Tensile Tester Kit Demonstrates the principles of tensile tests on specimens of different materials, showing material behaviour in the elastic and plastic region (Young's modulus).
Simple Harmonic Motion Kit Demonstrates simple harmonic motion (oscillation) in springs and pendulums, and its usefulness.
Friction and Inclined Plane Kit Demonstrates kinetic and static sliding friction and rolling friction on bodies and between different surfaces on a flat or inclined plane.
Potential and Kinetic Energy Kit Demonstrates the difference between potential and kinetic energy and how it can change from one to the other using a pendulum or flywheel. Also demonstrates elastic potential energy in a spring.
Pulley Kit Demonstrates the mechanical advantage of different combinations of pulleys and a simple wheel and axle.
Drive Systems Kit Demonstrates the advantages and disadvantages of three popular drive systems: belt, chain, and a universal coupling, using a manually rotated frame with a low friction cantilever linkage, adjustable masses, and a sprin [...]
Cam, Crank and Toggle Kit Demonstrates the characteristics of a mechanical toggle, crank motion, and the most popular shaped cams: pear, heart, round, and snail.
Gear Trains Kit Demonstrates the characteristics of a spur gear, bevel gear, and a worm drive.
Simple Mechanisms Kit Demonstrates how the scotch yoke, crank and slider, and quick return mechanisms convert motion.
Bar Linkages Kit A set of bars and pivot joints for students to understand different bar linkages and mechanisms.
Centrifugal Force Kit Demonstrates the relationship between centrifugal force, radius, and velocity of rotating masses.
Rotational Friction Kit Demonstrates how rotational friction affects the efficiency of popular machine elements, including a screw jack, a wedge, and different bearings.
Additional Mechanisms Kit Demonstrates how the Geneva mechanism and a ratchet mechanism convert motion.
Spring Tester Kit Demonstrates the characteristics of coiled springs and how to test them (Hooke's law).