Millbrook to build four wheel drive chassis dyno


Millbrook plans to build a state-of-the-art four wheel drive chassis dynamometer test cell at its facility in the UK. This will enable customers to develop innovative ways of improving air quality, focusing heavily on hybridization, electrification and the development of less polluting fuels.

The four wheel drive chassis dyno will ensure tests are carried out in a climate controlled environment, with appropriate instrumentation for gathering highly accurate emissions and fuel measurements.

Millbrook is currently seeking professional architectural services to assist with the design and construction of this facility, and recently held a supplier day for 40 potential contributors to the project.

Alex Burns, chief executive of Millbrook, explained, “Our recent supplier day was the initial step in getting this exciting project off the ground. We felt that having a number of potential partners collaborating in one room was the ideal solution in terms of gathering information, building strong foundations for the project and sharing best practice.”


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