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Seatbelt Projects

Retractor Durability Cycler

Environmental Retractor Cycler

Buckle Durability Cycler

Extraction Effort Measurement

Laboratory Acceleration Sled

Production Acceleration Sled

Tensile Testing

Tongue Tilt Lock Tester

Seatbelt Webbing Cutter

Dust Chamber

Other Projects

Power Steering Pump Test Stand

Torque Converter Tester

16 Channel Data Acquisition

Heater Core Leak Tester


Environmental Retractor Cycler


Environmental Testing - All of the features of our standard retractor cycler enclosed in an environmental chamber. Temperature and humidity controlled by the computer for testing -40 C to 100 C and 0% to 100% relative humidity.

6 stations - 2 independent closed-loop servo motors control 3 stations each. Each station may be automatically declutched to allow other stations to continue testing when one part fails.

Impact simulation - Pneumatic controlled sleds are used to simulate vehicle impact. Each motor may be programmed to simulate webbing acceleration.

Auxiliary Electrical and Pneumatic Outputs - Connections are provided to allow additional features to the testing process. The software can be programmed to control these outputs at various steps in the testing process.


Various Reporting Styles - Error and machine events are logged in a file during a test. This data may be formatted as event, summary or batch reports for viewing and printing.

Prelock Detection - The software will detect and attempt to correct premature locks during the test. The prelock errors are counted and added to the test report.

Flexible Test Construction - Each test is built by breaking the test down into steps. There is no limit to the different types of test that can be created. Environmental conditions such as soak times and ramp rates may be adjusted.

Touchscreen - Oversized items on the screen allow all machine operations to be performed using the standard touchscreen display.



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