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Dynomometer Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Milwaukee, WI 414-755-0040

    Serving customers. Solving problems. Driving productivity. These are among the reasons you need a robust dynamometer system. What you don’t need, however, is to have to go it alone when installing, optimizing or troubleshooting your system. That’s why you need Taylor Dynamometer – your partner for superior dyno system performance. Everything we do is about making it easy for you to turn your testing challenges into success. Everything you need to succeed. Visit our website to learn more.

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  • Sturtevant, WI 800-548-2169

    Drive Source International is the world's leader in eddy current drives, brakes, and controls. We now offer the most complete line of products consisting of Eddy-Current variable speed drives, Eddy-Current air & liquid cooled brakes, CES Constant Energy Digital press drives, Eddy-Current controls, custom control systems, high speed AC motors, Inverter packages, and Dynamatic® Specialty & AC Dynamometer Motors.

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  • Monterey, CA 800-866-0200

    Customers choose Sierra Instruments when they need a dynamometer that is accurate and repeatable. We also offer short delivery lead times, expert flow advice, and long term customer support. Our line of dynamometers include chassis, eddy, hydraulic, and more. When it matters, choose Sierra. Contact us today to learn more!

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  • Marlborough, MA 800-578-4260

    At HBM, we offer products and services for an extensive range of measurement applications in many industries. Our product range covers dynamometers, transducers, strain gauges, amplifiers and data acquisition systems as well as software for structural durability investigations, tests and analysis. To learn more, contact us today!

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  • Clovis, CA 559-292-3800

    We offer unique chassis dynamometers featuring direct attachment to the vehicle and fully variable load control. We eliminate dyno rollers and their associated problems to provide higher sensitivity, higher precision, lower noise, portability and increased safety over a conventional roller-style dyno.

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Wineman Technology Finalist for NI 2014 Alliance Partner of the Year

AUSTIN, Texas – NIWeek – August 4, 2014 – Wineman Technology, Inc., an international provider of top solutions for test applications and Gold Level NI Alliance Partner, announced today that it was named a finalist for NI 2014 Alliance Partner of the Year. Wineman Technology was recognized at the 2014 Alliance Partner and LabVIEW Tools Network awards luncheon, an event held in conjunction with NIWeek 2014, the worldwide graphical system design conference hosted by NI from August 4-7, 2014, at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. “Through their domain... Read More

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Dynomometer

Dynomometers are used to determine the torque and rotations per minute of an engine. They are widely used for automotive applications and are also called dynos, dynometers or dynamometers. Dynomometers test the performance of an engine by letting it run for long intervals at high speeds; however, the vehicle does not move and can be operated by a computer system.

Some dynomometers are constructed of a frame that holds the vehicle above engine mounts, an absorption unit like a rolling cylinder, a heat exchanger and a torque measuring device. Some models require hydraulic fluid, water or oil to operate. Modern dynomometers are computer controlled and are able to graph the capabilities and horsepower output of the engine in terms of the torque capacity, the maximum power absorption and the maximum rotary speed. There are also additional features that are able to provide an analysis of emissions and reaction time. Interface options include a control console, a computer or a remote control. Dynomometers are used to measure the torque and RPMs for chain or belt drives, gearboxes, fluid power systems, gas or diesel systems, transmissions, turbines and other applications. They are predominantly found in the automotive industry but are used for aircraft, aerospace, marine and industrial processes where engines and motors are critical.


Chassis and engine dynomometers are the two main kinds of this machine. The difference is that chassis dynos measure an engine's output through the wheels of the vehicle, whereas engine dynos take readings directly from the engine itself. For chassis dynomometers, the vehicle is placed on the frame and lowered onto the rollers. It is strapped into place and a computer starts the ignition through a spark plug. The wheels turn the absorption unit, which absorbs the energy; they are usually large metal cylinders. The computer measures how quickly the cylinders rotate and, along with factoring in the weight of the cylinders, determines the torque. The reading is often 15% to 20% lower than a reading taken by an engine dynomometer because the energy experiences losses due to friction throughout the drive train. Engine dynos take measurements straight from an engine, which makes them more accurate. The torque measuring device is connected to the crankshaft or flywheel; a liquid may be used to provide resistance and cooling for the engine. These machines are used frequently to test new engines that have not yet been installed in a vehicle or to examine an engine that is being rebuilt. Since the reading is taken directly from the engine and does not include any power loss from the drive train, the measurement may be referred to as engine horsepower.

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