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Multi-Cylinder Engine Test Rig with Hydraulic Lauding
Advanced Technocracy Inc. is Manufacturer, Exporter & Supplier of Multi-Cylinder Engine Test Rig with Hydraulic Lauding
Two main components from main parts of the test rig. Welded steel base plate, complete with Dynamometer, drive shaft with safety guard, engine starting battery of 12V capacity and cooling water arrangement Panel board positioned over the base plate consisting of fuel system with flow measurement by burette, air flow measurement system, temperature and speed indicator.
Dynamometer (as applicable)
The Dynamometer used is a Hydraulic Dynamometer capable of absorbing a maximum load of 10 HP at a speed of 1500 RPM
The Loading device used is an AC Alternator of matching capacity to load the engine up to 10 HP at 1500 RPM along with Resisistance loading arrangement for alternator.
The loading device used is an Eddy Current Dynamometer of matching capacity to load the engine up to 10 HP at 1500 RPM.
Instrumentation (as applicable)
The following instrumentation is provided.
The test rig is arranged for manual control with Ignition switch for engine starting manual throttle control, manual control for hydraulic dynamometer loading and a manual operated clutch actuator arrangement to drive the engine with load or without load (For No Load testing)
Fuel measuring arrangement
Fuel Measuring Arrangement consists of fuel tank, burette and suitable cock all mounted on a suitable framework and panel board and supplied with fuel piping from fuel tank to Engine.
Air intake measurement & heat carried away by exhaust gas
Consisting of an air tank mounted on an iron stand fitted with a suitable orifice plate, manometer, Thermocouple for measuring the exhaust gas temperature with pocket connection with instruments suitably mounted on a panel board. Heat carried away by cooling water
Consists of suitable inlet and outlet piping with flow control valve. Rota meter to measure the rate of flow of cooling water and Thermocouple with pocket connections for measuring inlet and outlet water temperature.