Mechanical test for combustion engines

Fully automatic mechanical test for combustion engines

The engines to be tested are inserted into the system on an assembly trolley, before being automatically secured and indexed. The following values are then recorded and measured in an automatic sequence:

  • Breakaway torque
  • Starting torque 0-200 Nm
  • Spark plug electrode distance
  • Valve timing
  • Joints and screw connections on the fuel rail
  • Reading the DMC content of the rail
  • Inlet and outlet pressure

Leak testing system for combustion engines in the assembly process

The leak testing system is mounted suspended from a KBK rail, and is lowered down onto the assembly trolley via a two-hand control. It is adapted and indexed automatically before the following leak tests are carried out:

  • Automatic adaption of a complete engine with four engine variants
  • Leak test on water chambers
  • Leak test on oil chambers
  • Leak test on the rotary shaft seal rings on the crankshaft

Test stand for water pumps

  • Database-aided test run management with various test runs and parameters
  • The test stand assumes control of the water pump
  • The hydraulic test cycle is connected to the output side of the water pump, in order to simulate the water cycle of the vehicle
  • The pump chamber is filled and the water cycle refilled automatically in an upstream process
  • Following a test run, the test specimen is blown out from the water side and pre-dried
  • The test points specified in the programme are then evaluated

Assembly and leak testing system for gearboxes

Fully automatic assembly and leak test system in transfer with gantry loading

The test specimen is inserted into the ball insertion station via a gantry loader.
A ball is pressed into the test specimen.
The test specimen is then placed on the carriage and inserted into the leak testing system.
The specimen is then tested for leaks.