Dimension L: 24 W: 3.25 H: 24 Inches
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Nothing captures the spirit and nostalgia of the past like this timeless 3-blade aluminum propeller. At approximately 24 inches long, this decor piece is perfect for an aviation expert or collector. This 3-blade propeller is handsomely crafted from aluminum and topped with a nickel-plated finish. It has a neat wall-mount slot behind the propeller’s hub and comes with hardware for an easy installation. A must-have for the collector and enthusiast!
Aircraft propellers or airscrews convert rotary motion from piston engines, turboprops or electric motors to provide propulsive force. They may be fixed or variable pitch. Early aircraft propellers were carved by hand from solid or laminated wood with later propellers being constructed from metal. The most modern propeller designs use high-technology composite materials. The propeller is usually attached to the crankshaft of a piston engine, either directly or through a reduction unit. Light aircraft engines often do not require the complexity of gearing but on larger engines and turboprop aircraft it is essential.