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Shock Testers

MicroSATT 6600

The micro SATT 6600 is setting new standards in suspension testing. It tests suspension/shock absorber performance and reveals faults which were previously impossible to measure under realistic conditions on the vehicle. What this means is that as soon as the vehicle comes in, you can provide your customer with clear information on:

  • actual shock-absorber performance at all four wheels
  • total damping of each axle in relation to the ratio between axle and body masses
  • the effect of incorrect tyre pressures on shock-absorber performance and hence on vehicle safety.

Previously it was only possible to check actual shock-absorber performance after removal from the vehicle, using specialised test equipment. For practical workshop and service conditions, that's unacceptable. it should be possible to measure actual shock-absorber performance at the vehicle reception point, to reveal and eliminate any safety problems. The micro-SAT 6600 measures and evaluates shock-absorber performance on the vehicle. Simply, put the two wheels of the axle on vibrating plates. The tester is started by remote control. During the test procedure, precision movement of the reciprocating vibrating plates is enhanced by the special mechanical design. The resulting high degree of frequency stabilisation allows the tester's Pentium processor to detect and calculate the various frequencies involved accurately.

And the fact that the micro-SAT 6600, the world's first system of its kind, can be fitted easily into existing Beissbarth inspection lines makes it an economical investment.

In short, the new micro-SAT 6600 with its new measuring technology will breathe new life into the world of suspension testing.

  • Produces totally accurate data to eliminate all possibility of safety hazards.
  • Warm-up phase for shock absorber testing - reproducing real driving conditions.
  • Data acquired in the form of frequency signals and converted into measured values.
  • Mathematically accurate classification of measurement into performance categories.
  • Use as a standalone unit or an integral part of the inspection line.