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Taylor Dynamometer

3602 W. Wheelhouse Rd., Milwaukee, WI, 53208, US

  • 414-755-0040

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Load Banks facilitate testing of diverse AC power sources.

January 27, 2015

With 700–3,750 kW capacity range and air-cooled power resistor, Taylor Load Banks provide contained, organized, and fully controllable load for testing of generators, UPS, and other AC power sources. Voltage options include all common 3-phase 50/60 Hz or 208–240/480 Vac dual voltage. Heavy-duty units, offered in portable and stationary versions, also include digital load control; slide out, tray-mounted load elements; and operator interface via handheld remote controller with touchscreen. Read More

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Towing Dynomometer collects vehicle performance data.

December 8, 2014

Used for testing compact to full-sized cars, SUVs, and light trucks, RSL Series has aluminum frame, sheet metal body, and independent, coil-spring suspension. Eddy current absorber, powered by batteries and alternator, is used for power absorption. Combined with DynCntrl-II software, these dynamometers provide engineers with repeatable tool for collecting critical vehicle performance data. Closed loop control and hill simulation as well as wireless, touchscreen controller are standard. Read More

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AC Engine Dynamometers range from 11.9-735 kW.

August 6, 2014

Available in models from 16–985 hp with max engine speed ranging from 3,000–11,000 rpm, AC Engine Dynamometers┬áprovide high overload capacity for research and┬ádevelopment applications. Units offer low moment of inertia and high pulse torque in testing in either direction. Other key features include regenerative opportunities, fast response for transient testing of engines and transmissions, and seamless test-cell integration. Read More

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Hydraulic Test Centers offer oil mist collector option.

April 22, 2014

Designed for testing heavy-duty, off-highway hydraulic components, Hydraulic Test Centers offer 3-stage Oil Mist Collector option for components with unconcealed rotating equipment that develop oil mist while under test. First impinger stage provides surface for mist to collect and then drip back to tank. Second and third stages ionize remaining mist, forcing contamination onto surface where it then drips back to tank. All collection is done with reusable/washable filters. Read More

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