In situ liner measurements

on pre-heated engines in port

Using advanced laser and sensor technology combined with a compact and ingenious tool design,
we can do quick liner measurements in unrivalled detail followed by a state of the art reporting.
But liners only ? - No.
On request we check piston ring coating thickness and take pictures inside the liner including exhaust gas valve seats !
This is the unique TENARO liner service.

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3D wear sweep

Our systems scan the liner surface in a constant sweep from BDC to TDC - in unmatched detail.

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3D thermal sweep

Our systems map the thermal distribution from BDC to TDC of the preheated engine.

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3D SEEs more

Seeing the liner in 3D reveals much more detail and understanding of the liner's wear pattern.

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What is quick ?

We can measure one liner in 5 to 15 minutes. When taking preparation and clean-up into consideration, we complete an 8-liner engine in 5 hrs.

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In-situ means ?

Keep the engine fully pre-heated. Open access hatche scavenge air space or underpiston hatches.
That's it !

What detail ?

Resolution of our system is up to 6µm, calibration +/+ 0.02mm
objective measurement
without human interference

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POST PROCESSING

Each liner generates over 12.000 datapoints - we crunch them into ONE report - solid graphs, simple tables and traffic light system.
Easy to read.

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TREND ANALYSIS

We compare two data sets, review the trend and generate tables and graphs to make you see what is really happening.

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LOW COST

Cost per liner start at 275 EUR - including reporting and travelling. We are effective and precise -
just ask for a quotation.

A TRUE LEAP FORWARD

Five years ago we could not have done at all what we're doing now on a daily basis.
The systems we proudly use are made by NEMOY International and comprise of advanced laser technology, compact
and ultra-robust sensors and 3D-printing for housing and core components.
Combined with our vast field experience and unique post processing work, we push the limits of liner knowledge.