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DYNOmite Dynamometer Pushes Torque and Hp boundaries

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DYNOmite Dynamometer Pushes Torque and Hp boundaries

Land & Sea has added several new DYNO-mite Dynamometer systems to their portfolio, ones that take the upper torque, power, and RPM boundaries higher than ever.

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CONCORD, N.H., Aug. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Land & Sea has added several new DYNO-mite Dynamometer systems to their portfolio, which push the upper torque, power, and RPM boundaries higher than ever. Enthusiasts following the OEM's "production car" performance offerings are seeing power numbers from them that were unthinkable only two decades ago. Meanwhile, almost every racing category continues to break past records – due to increased engine output.

In turn, engine builders and engineers need development tools that are up to the task of handling monster power. Not long ago, owning a dynamometer capable of 800 (real) horsepower was adequate for most shops. Today, 1,000 Hp is just the entry level. Most serious drag-race and supercar engine builders request 2,000+ Hp capacity, if only to tame the peaky torque curves of 1,500 horsepower turbocharged beasts. Yet even all of this is yesterday's news.

Their newest systems handle more than double the above numbers. Each features multiple absorbers, in series or parallel, for dealing with 5,000 to 10,000 Hp engines, and available for peak torques in ranges from 2,000 to 100,000 pound-feet! Select designs allow decoupling absorber stages, enabling the same dynamometer to offer precise control of less-macho power plants.

For over forty years, Land & Sea, Inc. has been developing high-performance cost-effective solutions for their customers. The company is focused on the future of dynamometers at a time when OEM's and engine builders are on a race to greater performance. With analysts forecasting that the global high-performance car market will grow at a CAGR of 6.97% during the period 2018-2022, it is safe to say that the demand for high-power testing is not going away anytime soon. So, check out their website, DYNOmite Dynamometer, for a glimpse of the "more power" guys' next generation weapons. Or, give them a call, 1-603-226-3966, to discuss your own bad-boy test requirements.

 

SOURCE Land & Sea

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