- 10 Iron
- 5 Lead
Functions and Uses
The Iron Engine is the stronger counterpart to the Aeolipile Engine; faster speeds, higher torque, more steam consumption and larger size. When connected to a Boiler, and given control through Wire, the Engine can spin clockwise or counterclockwise by consuming Steam and outputting rotational power onto a Belt. If an Engine is not receiving any Control, it will automatically brake to counter any rotation entering it. Stronger boilers allow the Iron Engine to produce more torque, however they do not increase it's max speed.
The Iron Engine does not have any Augments.