Synchronized benches for two-wheel vehicles.
Created to respond to the needs of Certification Bodies and testing needs for manufacturers of two-wheel vehicles.
They allow the simulation of the road route and therefore the synchronized rolling of the front and rear wheels by means of synchronized rollers.
END-OF-LINE ROLLER TEST BENCHES FOR BICYCLES AND MOTORBIKES
Specifically designed for pedal assisted electric bicycles and scooters, this bench allows to check that the maximum speed reached and the power output are within the limits set for the type of vehicle being tested.
The test can be defined as GO-NO GO.
Typical tested vehicles are:
- Pedal assisted electric bicycles with max. speed 25km/h and motor power at 250W
- Electric motorbikes also with both drive wheels with max.speed 45km/h and 250W front and 500W rear power.
- Minimum distance 860 mm/maximum distance 1210 mm
SYNCHRONISED 2WD ROLLER TEST BENCH FOR CERTIFICATION AND END-OF-LINE QUALITY CONTROL
Specifically designed for two-wheel vehicles, this bench allows to check:
- electric and fuel consumption
- maximum speed at different ratios
- power supplied by the motorbike
- front braking power
- rear braking power
- double rollers per axis
- double axis synchronized with variable distance
- brake test by means of a drag engine
- 5/6 vehicles
CONSULTANCY… NOT JUST TEST BENCHES
Easyrun Technology also performs engineering regarding (design, optimization by means of simulation tools) complex mechanical and fluid-dynamics systems, not necessarily linked to the power test benches but always inherent to the world of engines and vehicles, both two and four wheels.
Example of a study carried out on motorbike air-boxes to limit distributed and concentrated losses, and therefore improve engine filling coefficient.
Example of a study carried out on rear automotive suspension. The CAD model will be used to simulate multi-bodies and therefore optimize system dynamics.
Example of a study carried out on a light alloy hub. This item holds the front brake of a motorcycle with unconventional front suspension, which must be light and robust at the same time.