Special electromechanical testing machines for testing of automotive seat locks systems
As part of the recent realization of the project, we delivered to our customer, the American company LEAR CORPORATION, three specially modified LabTest 6.250 E.3 series electromechanical testing machines with a load of up to 250 kN to their Polish plant. The machines were modified to simulate horizontal tensile testing of automotive seat locks, using sprockets and roller chains working on the principle of a pulley system, where the vertical tensile force is converted into a horizontal force.
Immediate and accurate deformation recording…
The pulley system is pulled by a crossbar, which is driven by an AC servo motor and controlled by EDCi electronics. The actual course of the tensile test is recorded by a load cell connected to the Test & Motion + software, and at the same time the visualization of the seat lock deformation is provided by 2 cameras.
Maximum use of test potential…
The special test fixture is installed in a positionably adjustable T-grooved plate, allowing testing at different axes of angle, so that the customer can use the maximum potential for their testing needs and perfect simulation of seat load tests.
Watch the video below and see for yourself how these systems work…
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