Verification of engine TDC is critical to engine fuel consumption and emissions performance - our TDC Tester will get you there.
Hapeman's TDC Tester is lightweight and portable, making it easier than ever to transport and connect. Simply hook it up, start the test, and get the results fast - less than 5 minutes! To add to its portability, the TDC Tester doesn't require a power source as long as the computer is charged. Its graphic display is bright, clear, and uncomplicated - perfect for any user! The TDC Tester runs 50 individual comprehensive tests, then averages them into 1 overall result.
Modern Electronic fuel injection systems use sensors to determine the position of the engine for the engine controller.
The diesel engine tram positioning tool consists of 3 parts. A Tramming tool that sits in an empty engine cylinder bore, a servo-controlled engine barring over motor positioner, and a controller. The operator places the tramming tool in the appropriate cylinder bore. Then mounts the engine positioner. The controller then rotates the engine, detecting and measuring the tramming tools’ deflection as the crank rotates. Once the engine has rotated through Top Dead Center. The deflection and position matrix is curve fitted to determine Top Dead Center, then the servo positioning system rotates the engine to the TDC position for proper placement of the Engine Position Sensors