Dynamic stress

Dynamic stress (Cam Drum)

The CAM DRUM is a bench with an inertial roll, which includes cams of different shapes and sizes to simulate different road surfaces. The bench allows simulating the use of the vehicle safely and for long time as if it were a real road test.


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  • Torque / power / specific consumption homologation tests
  • Dedicated endurance tests
  • EFI - carburetors calibrations
  • Driving cycles simulations and engine handling test
  • Components functionality and reliability tests
  • Engine components R & D
  • Production compliance
  • Combustion analysis
  • Intake and exhaust pressure analysis
  • Blow by measurement


Torque – power measurements

Static bench to measure torque and power of gasoline-powered engines.


TUV-accredited laboratory for endurance tests on anti-pollution systems in compliance with EU and North American regulations.

Engine Development

Specific bench for engine development tests and their calibration.

Other services:

It is performed to simulate road stresses by recording data through sensors that analyze the forces in the critical areas of components.

It is carried out to calibrate the engine and easy its integration into the vehicle. A roll bench equipped with a wide range of sensors allows such activity.

Validation of starting and first acceleration, at controlled temperature, in a variable range from -30 ° C to room temperature.

They are carried out to develop new engine configurations. The room, kept at controlled temperature, is equipped with an eddy currents engine bench.

They consist of measuring the exhaust emissions in order to make the vehicles conform to the main regulations in force.

They have the purpose of verifying the endurance and the reliability of the vehicle by simulating road routes or other via a robotic bench.

They consist of measuring the evaporative emissions in accordance with the most important regulations currently or soon in force.

They are carried out to confirm the structural strength of a vehicle component by using benches that simulate the road stresses.

They have the purpose of numerical simulations integrating into the process of project development to estimate and solve possible structural problems.

It consists of the detection of the vibrations induced by the engine that limit comfort and reduce the life of electronic and mechanical components.

They are made to measure the sound level and sound quality of the vehicle as per the Customer’s goals and within the limits of current legislation.

They play an essential role in the design choices and their validation. The results of road and track tests are analyzed by professionals.