Our range of products is constantly changing and being added to as different raw materials become available. Should you have a particular interest in an aircraft part not shown please get in touch and we will do our best to accommodate.
Introducing our newly designed ice bucket aptly named….Titanic.
Manufactured from the 1/2 spinner and cap as fitted to the CFM56-3. The cap has been highly polished and modified to allow easy access to the stainless steel ice bowl that sits inside the spinner.
The ice bucket can be produced in a colour of your choice which will be a perfect contrast against the mirror polished cap and balance bolts on the peripheral edge.
A must for any Champagne connoisseur.
Approx 22 Inch Diameter
The slender design of Afternoon Tea makes it a perfect addition to any room.
Constructed from a CFM56-3 stage1 hub disc and shaft, mounted on an Extoolie designed support and polished base, this table is finished in RAL2003 orange with contrasting mirror polished bolts.
Topped off with 12mm toughened glass this aircraft piece works really well with our HP casing chairs(You’ve Been Tango’d).
Also available in beautiful gun metal grey metallic.
Approx 24 Inch Diameter.
A new range of display stands that offer maximum impact of our fan discs yet take up minimum space in your chosen setting.
This display is of a stage1 fan disc from the ALF502 engine borrowed from our Cadbury Blue table. Total height 56 Inches, depth from wall is 22 Inches and overall width is 40 Inches. Powder coated these elegant stands are finished off with one of our polished castings and have rubber feet attached to prevent movement.
Available in many different sizes to accommodate different fan discs including Jaguar Adour stage1/2 LP discs, Harrier Pegasus HP discs, Harrier Pegasus LP1,2 and 3 discs and many more.
We are able to supply as a static or rotational display…..the Sunflower range can be designed around your requirements.
A stage 1 fan hub from a CFM56-3 engine used to power the 737 aircraft. Available mounted on a rotating base designed and produced in-house.
A beautiful contrast of a gun metal metallic finish and mirror polished titanium nuts & bolts.
12mm toughened glass fitted as standard.
Approx 24 inch diameter.
A little different to the rest of our collection….Pink Tips is constructed from the wing tips of an RAF Tornado aircraft. Built as a tripod the wing tips sit on a stage 5 stator ring and are topped off using a support diaphragm - both of which are from the RB199 Tornado engine.
A lovely contrast of pink berry and silver paint work, stainless steel bolts and fittings…a tall, elegant table suited to any background.
Approx 12 inch diameter.
Another aircraft panel table built using access panels from the tail fin of the Tornado aircraft. Really nicely balanced this medium height table utilises a Tornado diaphragm, topped off with 12mm toughened glass.
Finished in dark grey gloss with contrasting stainless steel panel screws.
Approx 12 inch diameter.
This table always draws a crowd at our trade shows…one of the most complimented pieces we make. Utilising a stage 1 fan and intermediate casing from the Adour engine as used in the Red Arrows Hawk aircraft.
Designed by us the modified intermediate casing sits on one of our polished cast aluminium bases that we manufacture whilst the 27 fan blades are mirror polished and mounted on their original hub.
All fittings and bolt heads are polished then the glass top is bolted to the rotating disc.
A simple and wonderful piece of engineering that we give another lease of life to.
Approx 24 inch diameter, rotating.
Details of this beautiful purple velvet metallic table are identical to Iron Man accept for its colour…..which one will you choose?
The metallic paint work sets this pair of tables aside in any environment and creates quite a talking point being from the Red Arrows Hawk Adour engine
This blade was was once in service in a V2500 engine as used in the Airbus A320.
The wonderful contours of the blade have been mirror polished. Destined for the scrap pile due to it being timed out, this wide chord blade which is fabricated and not cast, is mounted on one of our in house designed bases and is a wonderful contrast with the high gloss metallic copper paint work.
Blade sculptures can look great on a table, hearth or floor….quite a statement piece.
Approx 24 inches tall.
One of our favourite designs. Simple, bold and very comfortable.
Made from the high pressure casings from the CFM56-3 engine, this highly polished titanium casing provides a beautiful contrast with the orange paint work and seat.
Designed in-house, the horse shoe base and top turn this aviation element into a very welcoming chair, fit for any setting.
A magnificent piece of British engineering from the Rolls Royce Pegasus 105 engine (Harrier Jump Jet). The blades have beautifully detailed “Christmas tree roots” where they meet the hub….made from titanium, mirror polished and contrasting gold….the fan disc sits on a No1-2 bearing housing which in turn is carried by a polished base ring…topped off with 12mm toughened glass.
A real talking point with an endless history…who doesn’t know the Harrier Jump Jet?
Approx 46 inch diameter.
Taken from the ALF502 engine which has was fitted to the BAE146 aircraft, this high pressure compressor has been stripped, polished and painted in a vibrant purple velvet metallic.
A very unique table designed by us, sitting on a beautifully polished cast aluminium base. All 315 compressor blades have been pain stakenly hand polished to a mirror finish.
A small compact table that over flows with precision engineering.
Approx 16 inch diameter.
Even larger than the V2500 blade is the RB211-535 blade which was used to power the Boeing 757.
Powder coated in teal, this blade sits on a grey plate which in turn graces one of our cast aluminium bases.
As with all our blade sculptures we use bi hexagonal aircraft bolts to secure the base plates. These are made from titanium, are again highly polished and add that certain elegance to our pieces.
Approx 28 inches tall.
A stage one fan disc from an ALF502 engine, polished and powder coated in Cadbury Blue. Can be supplied as shown or mounted on its original No 1 / No 2 bearing support as a rotating table or as a static wall display.
12mm toughened glass fitted as standard for the rotating table option.
Approx 42 inch diameter.
Another beautifully engineered fan assembly destined for the scrap pile.
A rotating table designed by ExToolie, this repurposed stage 1 fan is from the ALF 502 (City Jet). Each blade has been meticulously polished to a mirror finish and mounted into its original hub which in turn rotates on the No 1 and No 2 bearing assembly.
Sitting on one of our polished base castings, the whole assembly is topped off with 12 mm toughened glass, captivated by the original nose cone and cap.
Finished in metallic orange with contrasting polished bolts and base, this is a real eye catcher.
Approx 42 inch diameter.
This chair design uses the CFM 56-3 high pressure casing from the Boeing 737 aircraft.
Our design incorporates one half of the original casing to which we add our top and bottom castings and new seat bracket. It’s as though this part was meant to be a chair … powder coated almond with contrasting teal and polished castings. The polished bi-hexagonal bolts and nuts are a beautiful contrast against the paintwork.
And it’s very comfortable !
Repurposed from a CFM56-3 this stage 1 fan disc has been stripped and powder coated in vivid pink and contrasting cream. It has then been mounted onto its original No1/2 bearing support which sits on a purpose built engine stand designed by Extoolie.
A magnificent statement piece just over 5 feet in diameter this rotating fan can be supplied as a table, wall art or a real eye catching office foyer/entrance guardian.
All bi hexagonal bolts are mirror polished, as are the original oil feeder pipes.
This highly desirable fan disc can be produced in many colours to suit your requirements, please contact us for details.
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