Dual-dynamometer system delivered to powertrain OEM in China

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Sakor Technologies has installed a large dual-dynamometer system at a major global powertrain manufacturer’s technical center in Beijing, China. The system will be used for testing drivetrain components for light vehicles, as well as small and mid-size trucks.

The dual-dynamometer system consists of two 224kW AccuDyne AC motoring dynamometers and features Sakor’s DynoLAB test automation controller. AccuDyne dynamometers offer full four-quadrant operation with seamless transition between loading and motoring modes, and are therefore ideal for testing transmissions, transfer cases, clutches, and other powertrain components.

The system is capable of producing up to 2,500Nm of continuous torque (3,750Nm transient) and reaching 6,000rpm. It is fully automated by Sakor’s DynoLAB test automation controller, which offers complete automation of all types of test procedures used in performance, durability, and quality control testing.

November 17, 2016

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