Motored cylinder head test bench
We test performance under all conditions
Our test departments support projects from the initial client enquiry to build individual parts for A- samples to durability testing of series applications.
We are the professional contact for our clients due to the technically diverse teams of experienced technicians and engineers who can implement wide-ranging testing requirements quickly and flexibly.
We deliver quality quickly
We build initial prototypes and samples that are close to production in a quick and flexible way to high quality standards.
Camphaser test bench
Force-stroke test bench and force-current test bench
We want to understand test results in detail
Our highly qualified team analyses returns from internal testing or customer testing using metallography, REM, optical microscopy or cleanliness testing.
Tests can be standardized and reproduced worldwide
Building test benches in-house using in-house testing software allows us to implement flexible and customised solutions with a high degree of standardisation.
Functional test bench Transmission
Motored engine test bench
Fully variable with dynamics
Components and systems are tested for reliability and durability in specially designed endurance profiles.
Precision tested in depth
Tests can be carried out in a very wide-ranging temperature range, from -30°C to +150°C, taking all conceivable external influences and disturbances into account and test our systems above and beyond the customer requirements.
Contamination test bench
Pulsation test bench VCR
Welding process VCR
Developing for the future
The test benches and test routines specially designed for the StepCom® connecting rods are state-of-the-art and are continually being developed by us. A test of end-of-lines that are close to production is used as early as the pre-and series development phase.
Functional and life-cycle tests are optimised for highly dynamic testing that is close-coupled to the engine to optimise valves and sealing systems for our product.
Manufacturing processes such as tempering, hardening and welding using a laser beam system allow us to develop series assembly processes that are cost-effective.