Modular single-cylinder engine

  • 10-Feb-2009 09:51 EST

D2T’s mono-cylinder engine offers customers a way to validate certain aspects of their design prior to launching prototypes. Costs associated with changing the geometrical configuration of the engine are kept low by using not only parameter setting tools but also a single engine base to cover a wide range of bore, stroke, and cylinder-head types (single, multiple, or optical). The D2T engine’s design features durability and reliability even in extreme conditions, such as balancing the first two orders, bearing-mounted shaft line or crankshaft. It can operate using gasoline, diesel, LPG, and alternate fuels. D2T also offers a range of services, including stocking of spare parts, part adaptation, complete test-bed engineering, and engine engineering services such as design, adaptation, and test.

For more information, visit booth 955 at the SAE 2009 World Congress.

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