Aumet has introduced its new Ultra-low NOX engine at Engine Expo 2018. The innovative unit is a hybrid between a two- and four-stroke cycle, using single-fuel RCCI combustion.
The Ferrari 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 has once again been crowned overall winner of the coveted International Engine of the Year, becoming only the second engine in the awards’ history to scoop the title for three consecutive years.
Founded in 2006, Rail Group develops and manufactures injectors and filters for LPG and CNG systems. With 12 years' experience in the automotive industry, the Italian company prides itself on its ability to supply a complete range of injector products at the right price without compromise.
Engineers seeking a solution for fuel metering in small two-stroke engines with EFI should most definitely stop by Lisk’s stand, as the company will be launching a compact, vibration-resistant, lightweight fuel-metering valve.
Turbochargers have a huge effect on not only the performance of a powertrain, but also its reliability and driveability, so it pays to make sure turbo designs are perfectly matched to the application.
As thermal expansion and contraction caused by under-hood temperature variations continue to challenge OEMs within the industry, Tridon Clamp Products has developed a new sealing solution for air and coolant connections.
Providing complete subassemblies and technical components, French foundry Favi specialises in aluminium, brass and copper pressure die-casting. The company will use this year’s Engine Expo to showcase its capabilities in the production of high-quality components.
Having developed a wide range of manufacturing solutions for the automotive industry, Concraft will showcase its capabilities at Engine Expo. Established in 1991, the company has experience and expertise in plastic injection moulding, insert moulding, silicone moulding, metal stamping and product assembly.
Setting new standards for prototype production in terms of quality and speed since 1995, ACTech employs innovative methods and technologies, in conjunction with complete in-house process management and organised workflows.
Looking to produce metal components in ferrous alloys, nickel and cobalt base alloys, Hitchiner will use Engine Expo to showcase its counter-gravity investment casting technology. Enabling a controlled flow of metal flow in the mould together metallurgical cleanliness, the process allows for geometrical complexity, compactness and superior fatigue properties.
Designed for medium- and low-volume applications, Streparava’s innovative camshaft production methods enable the manufacture of assembled or multi-piece camshafts. The versatile technique can be adapted according to differing shaft dimensions. This process is particularly advantageous for applications where traditional assembly methods limit flexibility, while requiring high investment.
Coatings and heat treatments for engineered components can reduce fuel consumption, increase performance, improve wear resistance and allow a more compact design, but this often depends on temperature, pressure, lubrication and other critical factors. Oerlikon Balzers will use Engine Expo to showcase the coating solutions that enable these benefits in automotive applications.
For precision-engineered products, Indo-MIM utilises metal injection moulding (MIM) as its core manufacturing technology. Combining the design flexibility of plastic injection moulding with the strength and integrity of wrought metals, the India-based company offers cost-effective solutions for highly complex part geometries.
To achieve reduced emissions and noise as well as increased safety and efficiency requires close cooperation between all partners in the supply chain, from automotive tier suppliers to OEMs. Thanks to Frenzelit, auto makers are able to ensure that this happens. Developing insulation and sealing products found in thermal management, powertrain and driveline, fluid management, exhaust gas and e-mobility solutions, the technology is united by a common goal: to increase system stability, safety and efficiency.
Initially established in 1951 as an international trading and development company, Advantech has since honed its expertise in cutting-edge component solutions for the automotive and motorcycle industries.
The company’s Vehicle Components Group will be at Engine Expo Europe to demonstrate advancements in metal forming including precision cold forming, lightweight high-pressure die-casting, precision stamping, and hot and cold forging.
Ever-changing automotive regulations mean that auto makers must reduce exhaust system temperatures. Arnold, which engineers, tests, manufactures and assembles turbochargers as well as exhaust systems, has developed adaptable insulation systems with low insulation thicknesses, high insulation values and durable insulation materials.
Providing high-performance fastener drive systems to the automotive industry, The Phillips Screw Company will use Engine Expo Europe to showcase the solutions that are helping OEMs to reduce system weight and improve assembly procedures.
Visitors can find out more about the company’s wide range of solutions, which include the external Mortorq Super bolt system, the Mortorq Super Spiral Drive recess and the HexStix Stable Drive System.