Measuring spark plugs

  • 09-Feb-2009 03:28 EST
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The modular design of Kistler Instrument’s M12 and M14 measuring spark plugs types 6115B and 6118B­ consists of a demountable connection cable, replaceable sensor, and ceramic body, providing efficient maintenance and easy repairs. Flush-mounted installation of the measuring element allows a very high natural frequency of acoustic oscillation. As a result, the M12 and M14 are suitable for application tasks on large engines, on ­test rigs, and in vehicles. Accuracy has also been improved as a result of further development of sensor technology. Available with the most common heat values, the product range is constantly being upgraded to include additional geometries and heat values.

For more information, visit booth 502 at the SAE 2009 World Congress.
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