Automotive Test Systems
Multi-Axis Shake Tables (MAST System) are designed to perform durability and performance evaluation of automotive components and sub-assemblies. The computerized control system delivers user friendly, repeatable and reproducible operation with powerful application software that covers a wide range of testing requirements.
Ball Joint Test Systems perform durability and performance evaluation of ball joint systems by subjecting the specimen to tilt, rotation and axial loads. Servo torque motor, servohydraulic actuators, customized fixtures, and transducers simulate real test conditions with a computerized multichannel controller.
CV Joint Test System performs constant velocity testing per SAE J 2028. The test system evaluates the quality of CV joints by simulating the actual movements in automobiles. Two mounting blocks bolted on the frame support a hydraulic motor and a torque load cell coupled with transducers for precision measurement and customized grips to hold the test specimen. The mounting blocks rotate (± 45°) and also move back and forth adjusting to the varying lengths of specimen.
This machine is the industry's first high productivity shock absorber - strut - front-fork test system specially designed for use on damper production lines. B-303 helps ensure assembled parts meet specified performance specifications, and is result of over seven years of R&D with a focus on harmonizing production line test requirements for 2, 3 and 4-wheeler suspension components.
200 Series Single Column Shear Test Machines are capable of performing shear, compression, and tensile testing applications and feature higher travel and faster speed than the 100 Series. They are available with force capacities up to 5 kN (1,125 lbf) and speeds up to 2,500 mm/m (100 ipm). 200 Series load frames are compact and lightweight and apply to situations where lab table space is limited.
This test machine is a high productivity shock absorber - strut - front-fork test system specially designed for use on damper production lines. The Shock Absorber Test Machine helps ensure assembled parts meet specified performance specifications, and is result of years of test machine R&D with a focus on meeting production line test requirements.
Steering Assembly Test Systems evaluate manual and power steering assemblies for durability and performance at frequencies to 50 Hz. The tests performed are in accordance with JASO C 717, IS 13476, JASO C717 and IS 14269. A servohydraulic torque motor with two linear actuators coupled with customized grips and transducers are mounted on moving blocks and accommodate specimens of varying length that are subjected to lateral and steering loads. The whole system is integrated onto a free standing self reacting T-slotted table.
Tire Test Systems evaluate both static and dynamic properties of tires, including durability under constant as well as road simulation loading. The test system features two carriages with spindle assemblies and can test two tires simultaneously. The wheel load is adjustable with maximum load of 100 kN (22,500 lbf) applied through two servohydraulic actuators at test speeds to 300 km/h (190 mph).