DYNAMOMETER SERVICING


Focus has a long history of designing and servicing dynamometers of various brands. Our controllers were originally designed as upgrades to older dynamometer systems of various brands. In response to requests from customers we now offer servicing for all makes and models of dynamometers, both chassis and engine dynos.

The most common scenario is that the customer has an old dyno system that has either been idle for a long time, has an out of date PC based controller, or doesn’t function properly for an unspecified reason. We generally do a site visit to asses the equipment and determine exactly what is required to get it running again, then provide a quote detailing all the work to be done. We guarantee our work, and can even provide various warrantees.

 

Type of Dyno:

  • Water Cooled Eddy Current Dyno
  • Air Cooled Eddy Current Dyno
  • AC-Motored Dyno
  • Water Break Dyno
  • Hydraulic Dyno
  • Generator Type Dyno
  • Inertial Dyno

 

Models we’ve serviced to date include:

  • API
  • SuperFlow
  • Mustang
  • DynoJet
  • DynoMite
  • Clayton
  • Dayton
  • Digilog
  • SAJ
  • Froude Hofmann
  • Cussons
  • Precision Engineering

 

If you have a dyno that’s not performing as expected, give us a call, or an email to schedule an appointment.

Email: sales@focusappliedtechnologies.com

 

Stand Alone controller required repair of broken components (logic chips) and re-calibration

Corrected testing procedural error, Improved AFR measurement Instrumentation

Developed new controller and software for fleet testing of emissions and fuel consumption, Dyno power extraction optimization

Repaired wiring, fixed frozen pump and solenoid valves, replaced controller with upgraded version

Conversion to Chassis Dyno with matched Inertia, Upgraded/replaced controller

Correct software/procedural testing problem, checked and confirmed calibrations

Diagnosed sensor fault, replaced sensor and confirmed calibration and operation

Focus is currently upgrading the University Technology Petronas 35hp dyno to 300hp. The pit had to be enlarged for the larger load unit, which is rated at a maximum power of 1000hp. The dyno will be running in late Dec 2015, and commissioned in January

Sensor, Wiring Controller and Software Trouble shooting

Wiring, Sensor fault, software/communications fault resolution

Trouble shoot dyno coil shorting, wiring faults, replaced/upgraded defective controller

About Company

Focus Applied Technologies specializes in engine and vehicle technologies. We develop and use a wide range of tools in our ongoing alternative fuels R&D work. Selected products are offered for commercial sales.

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Our main product lines include engine and chassis dynamometers, engine test systems, engine and vehicle testing services, dynamometer controllers, electronic fuel injection systems and other control systems. In view of our unique expertise, we do often requested to deliver Technical Training workshops as well the wide range of engineering consulting services for various industries, academia and government institutions.

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