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Taylor Now Offers Load Banks

Posted on: January 26th, 2015 No Comments

Taylor now offers Load Banks as part of their standard product offering. Taylor’s Load Banks use an advanced design, air-cooled power resistor. Capacity range includes 700 – 3,750 kW with voltage options of all common 3-phase 50/60 Hz or 208-240/480 VAC dual voltage.  Whether you require a portable or stationary unit, these heavy-duty Load Banks […]

NEW Mobile Testing Center for Outdoor Applications!

Posted on: January 23rd, 2015 No Comments

The NEW Mobile Testing Center (MTC) is a preassembled, above ground, mobile, testing solution designed for outdoor applications. An affordable option to permanent Test Cells, the MTC is comprised of 2 ISO containers. Container 1 includes a Test Cell and heated and air-conditioned Control Room. Container 2 is optional and includes facility support equipment such as Bulk […]

Taylor Expands its RSL Series Towing Dynos

Posted on: December 4th, 2014 No Comments

Taylor Dynamometer has recently expanded its range of RSL series Towing Dynos; now with models to test compact to full-sized cars, SUVs and light trucks.  These models are built with an aluminum frame, sheet metal body and an independent, coil-spring suspension. The RSL series use an Eddy Current Absorber, powered by batteries and an alternator, […]

Keeping Your Engine Test Cell Safe – Alarms and System Protection

Posted on: October 21st, 2014 No Comments

Designing a Test Cell is a complex process. It is important to have experienced, engineering professionals help you throughout the planning and implementation process. A key factor in your success is determining the major system components and how they integrate together for a Test Cell that is safe, convenient and well-organized. Inadequate planning and design […]

Keeping Your Engine Test Cell Safe – Sound Control

Posted on: October 13th, 2014 No Comments

Designing a Test Cell is a complex process. It is important to have experienced, engineering professionals help you throughout the planning and implementation process. A key factor in your success is determining the major system components and how they integrate together for a Test Cell that is safe, convenient and well-organized. Inadequate planning and design […]

Keeping Your Engine Test Cell Safe – Location and Equipment

Posted on: October 6th, 2014 No Comments

Designing a Test Cell is a complex process. It is important to have experienced, engineering professionals help you throughout the planning and implementation process. A key factor in your success is determining the major system components and how they integrate together for a Test Cell that is safe, convenient and well-organized. Inadequate planning and design […]

SAIT Polytechnic Success Story (Education Application)

Posted on: September 23rd, 2014 No Comments

About SAIT Polytechnic As one of Canada’s leading polytechnics, SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary, provides relevant, skill-oriented education to over 71,000 students per year. The curriculum at SAIT is developed through partnerships with business and industry to ensure graduates have the skills and knowledge required in the workplace. Many programs include workplace internships and placements as […]

Rolls Royce Success Story (Military Application)

Posted on: August 20th, 2014 No Comments

Background The Rolls Royce Distributed Generation Systems (RRDGS), located in Winsford, Cheshire UK, is a leading manufacturer in the design, development and support of small, high-performance power generation and power management, distribution and conversion systems. RRDGS systems are designed for harsh environments or remote locations requiring highly-mobile, high specification products for military applications. The Project […]

Taylor Dynamometer Expands its Standard AC Engine Dynamometer Offering

Posted on: August 4th, 2014 No Comments

Milwaukee, WI (August 4, 2014) – Taylor Dynamometer expands its standard AC Engine Dynamometer (dyno) offering to include 16 hp (11.9 kW) on up to 985 hp (735 kW) models with maximum engine speed ranging from 3,000 to 11,000 rpm. Designed for rough operating conditions providing high overload capacity and research and development applications, the […]

Eight Ways to Maximize the Life of your Engine Dynamometer

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 No Comments

An engine dynamometer (dyno) is a major investment and if not maintained properly it can perform less effectively, especially when you’re testing to the dynamometer’s capacity. Learn eight ways to maximize the life of your engine dyno to help deliver the best overall value in the form of lower downtime, superior performance and higher return […]