The station is designed for performing movable tests on motors of EPS electric power steering engines.

It is adapted to set the torque on the motor shaft and carry out measurements directly from the engine control system. Testing station is based on a steel plate mounted on a supporting structure. The construction is equipped with adjustable paws that level the station and the roller.

The tested EPS engine is embedded in the assembly equipment adapted to the construction of the tested component. After mounting in the tooling, the engine is simultaneously trapped with the motor shaft located under the base plate. There is a pressure column next to the mounted element that helps to place the testing equipment for engine contacts in a precise and safe way on the engine control board. The stand is equipped with a set of shields to separate the access to movable parts and those under voltage or high pressure.



The station is designed to perform the test of torque characteristics and also for car switch modules.

It is adapted to set the rotational speed on the shaft of the measuring system and to measure the angle and torque on the shaft. The station is equipped with a movable XY table for attaching tested details and a Z axis pillar that is used in order to set measuring path.

The testing machine is equipped with a number of security systems limiting the risk of injury and damage to the equipment. These are:

  • Limit switch in the door to the working area that disconnects the drives when they are opened during operation,
  • STOP switch immediately stopping the power supply of all mechanisms,
  • Allen Bradley safety controller connected to the door limit signals, the limit switches, the safety switch, and the safety system reset
  • Fixed covers of the working area of ​​the device,
  • Limit switches of linear drives for extreme positions



The HAC vision system is designed for inspecting particle filter (DPF) in terms of quality and height of ceramic elements placed on the face of the element.

The stand has been designed to work with the quality control line and its main controller. After designing the appropriate control and power supply it is possible to separate it from the line.

The level of noise emitted during proper operation of the device does not exceed the permissible level of 70dB (A).

The HAC device consists of the following components:

  • Support structure,
  • Belt conveyor,
  • Vision system,
  • Scanner layout,
  • Control panel

The electrical equipment consists of:

  • Device control cabinet
  • Motor driving the conveyor belt
  • Position limiters for the tested item on the conveyor belt
  • Rangefinder
  • Cameras
  • Camera illuminators
  • Control panel
  • Control buttons
  • Safety button