Link Engineering introduces brake pad development dyno

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Link Engineering has introduced its new Model 2000 friction standard dynamometer. The system is specifically designed to conduct the most commonly run global test procedures for brake pad development. With its compact layout, the Model 2000 efficiently and economically enables automotive engineers to evaluate brake friction development, design, and quality control.

It utilizes the latest technology, software and controls, and proven components with low maintenance. It comes with the added benefit of having a short lead-time and fast delivery. Its design saves installation time and cost, and Link believes the system is excellent value at an affordable price point.

September 3, 2015

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John joined UKi Media & Events in 2012 and has worked across a range of B2B titles within the company's automotive, marine and entertainment divisions. Currently editor of Automotive Testing Technology International, Crash Test Technology International and Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International, John co-ordinates the day-the-day operations of each magazine, from commissioning and writing to editing and signing-off, as well managing web content. Aside from the magazines, John also serves as co-chairman of the annual Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards and can be found sniffing out stories throughout the halls of several of UKI's industry-leading expo events.

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