Tecalemit Steers You in the Right Direction
Tecalemit has a range of play detectors for cars, LGVs and HGVs. The DE 9002 Car and LGV Play Detector with pneumatically driven plates is suitable for testing steering and suspension component wear on cars and LGVs up to a gross axle weight of 2500Kg.
The unit, which allows movement in two directions and partial turn and has a low voltage hand lamp and controls has been designed for use on inspection pits and, subject to approval of lift manufacturers, 4 post lifts, scissor and parallelogram lifts. A recessed option is available.
The DE 7321 Checkwear Play Detector, which can be supplied to be surface mounted or installed into a recess, has been specifically developed with its extra large dimension operating plates to meet the requirements of LGV, HGV and PSV vehicles and is ideal for use in HGV test lanes. The unit is electro-hydraulically driven and operated via controls mounted on a high intensity hand lamp ensuring a smooth operation. Each plate moves in 4 directions.
The DE 7321 has a 16 tonne capacity and because of its extra large dimension operating plates will accommodate all vehicle types. It is suitable for testing steering and suspension component wear on all cars and LGVs and custom installation will suit all garage layouts. A major advantage is that it is supplied with a mounting pad so does not require fixing down. The unit has been designed for use on inspection pits and is suitable for use with a wide range of lifts, including 4 post, scissor and parallelogram lifts. The smooth, hydraulically operated DE 9002 has pneumatically driven plates, a high intensity torch/handset and a streamlined control box.
The Tecalemit Automated Test Lane incorporates electro-hydraulically operated flush fitting play detectors, producing 80mm of lateral movement and 15o of turning movement in 2 (opposite) directions.
Tecalemit offers not only wheel servicing equipment but the widest range of garage equipment from vehicle lifts, testing equipment and lubrication and fluid handling equipment. The range is constantly growing and the 2006-7 catalogue, due for publication shortly features a host of technologically advanced products.