Fluid systems are capable of measurement, conditioning, blending, and supply of fluids. Tailored to application requirements, fluid systems can be designed for end-of-line production or research and development testing. The equipment can be stand-alone or integrated into new or existing facility systems.
Gaseous fuel measurement systems are used for measurement, blending, and safety. The gas systems are designed to handle a variety of individual gases, including natural gas and propane in various concentrations. Gas safety systems ensure facilities meet relevant codes and provide the appropriate level of safety.
Liquid fuel systems, used for measurement and conditioning, are capable of controlling temperature and pressure, and measuring volumetric or mass flow rate. The fuel systems ensure consistent, predictable, and acceptable fuel supply to the unit under test.
Oil systems are used for conditioning, filtration, and measurement. Capable of controlling temperature and pressure, measuring flow rate, and providing needed filtration, the oil system ensures consistent, predictable, clean, and acceptable oil supply to the unit under test.
Water Conditioning & Intercooler
Water systems are used for temperature control, flow control, and measurement. The water systems are for engine coolant, intercooler water, process cooling water, or any water needed for cooling or simulation. These systems ensure consistent and acceptable amounts of cooling medium to the unit under test.
Combustion & Exhaust Air
Combustion air systems provide filtered and conditioned air. Temperature, humidity, pressure, and flow can be measured or controlled. Exhaust systems safely and efficiently remove exhaust gas from the test cell. They also protect the health and safety of workers in the area, and provide a means to test for emissions, product development, and end of line product quality control.