Vehicle Testing in Ghana

By September 3, 2015Testing

Vehicle Testing in Ghana

Pre-Production Vehicles

If you own a car and aim to keep your repair and maintenance bills low, chances are that you take extremely good care of it. That is, you drive it moderately and modestly and have it serviced regularly. You avoid driving it in extreme conditions, like exceedingly hot or numbingly cold weather, whenever possible. You might keep it in a garage. The stresses of hard driving, harsh temperatures and environmental exposure take their toll on a car. Therefore Vehicle testing in Ghana, anything an owner can do to reduce these conditions increases the car’s life expectancy.

Hence, vehicle testing in ghana, the idea is precisely the opposite. Manufacturers attempt to flog the pre-production vehicles they test to flush out problems and fix them. They want to fix problems themselves, before consumers have a chance to experience any problems and complain.

Brake systems: Optimal security for vehicle testing in Ghana

One of the most important security components of a vehicle is the brake system. All brake components are relevant to security. You can always rely on the highest quality brake systems and components from Vitosclassgh Vehicle testing in Ghana.

Some process of Vehicle testing in Ghana

Vehicle-Tire System Integration

  • Tire Optimization for Anti-lock Braking (ABS) and Traction Control Systems (TCS)
  • Tire/Suspension Optimization
  • Run-flat Device Testing
  • Central Tire Inflation System (CTIS) Testing
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Testing
  • Fuel Economy
  • Computer Model Validation

Also with vehicle testing in Ghana Tire Durability/Reliability Testing

  • • Thermal Profi le/Reliability • Mechanical Reliability • Multi-mode Durability
  • • Puncture Resistance
  • • Cut Resistance
  • • Cut/Crack Resistance
  • • Rib/Lug Tear Resistance
  • • Curbing
  • • High Speed Operation (150 mph)
  • • Ton Mile Per Hour
  • • Sequentially Advanced Accelerated Wear and Durability (SAAWAD).

Why Vehicle testing in ghana

Tire Performance Testing

  • Single-Wheel Braking, Driving, and Lateral Traction
  • Stopping Distance
  • Subjective and Objective Ride and Handling
  • Subjective and Objective Noise and Vibration
  • Mountability • Rim Slip
  • Bead Roll-Off/Unseating • Treadwear
  • Slalom, Lane Change, and Hydroplaning
  • Slalom, Lane Change, and Hydroplaning
  • Cornering Response – J-Turn and Tethered Circle
  • Tri-Axial Force Measurement with Non-Rotating Moment Compensating Wheel End Transducers
  • Tire Performance Certification
  • Testing to ASTM, SAE, ISO, RMA, GM, Ford and Military Standards

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