DSi’s Engine Testing Services

21 Feb 2018

We are providing Oil Consumption and/or Fuel Dilution map within 2 weeks at DSi Engine Test Center.

Lube Oil Consumption testing package includes:
– Engine installation and commissioning
– Engine break-in (4h)
– Engine conditioning to stabilize oil consumption (approx. 20h)
– 24-point LOC map (approx. 25h) using our C-Lube technology
– Separate oil consumption monitoring of the ventilation circuit and/or the turbocharger
– Reporting
– Engine decommissioning
Testing packages can also be done ‘a la carte’ to test several engine configurations or injection strategies. Additional radiotracing tools that can be selected to measure fuel dilutionwear rate of critical parts and lube air content.
Oil Consumption Measurement (C-Lube)     Fuel Dilution Measurement (D-Lube)

DSI ACQUIRES SCANNIX SA

25 Jan 2018

DSi acquires Scannix SA, a Belgian company involved for 15 years in the nuclear industry where it sells radiation monitoring equipment, radioprotection, and spectroscopy systems. Scannix also has strong expertise in the X-Ray inspection field applied to QC of mechanical parts, inspection of nuclear wastes, etc. “Acquiring Scannix SA became an obvious decision for 2 reasons: DSi and Scannix range of products are complementary since Scannix is our supplier for radiation systems for more than 10 years.  Secondly, DSi team of experts will now offer technical support to Scannix for more ambitious projects in the nuclear field. Such project, in particular in the field of nuclear decommissioning, could not be supported by Scannix alone.  Our ambition is to become a leader in this field” says Thierry Delvigne, CEO of DSi. 

More information on the following website : Scannix

 

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DSi at Aachener Kolloquium 16

16 Aug 2016

DSi’s Team will participate at Aachener Kolloquium and will present our innovative range of radiotracing tools and services for engine and lubricant testing.

10th – 12th October 2016 

Aachener Kolloquium

Stand #16

Aachen

Germany

 

DSi radiotracing tools at Automotive Testing Expo China 16

11 Jul 2016

From September 27th to 29th, DSi’s Team will be attending the Automotive Testing Expo China 2016 in Shanghai.

Visitors are invited to visit DSi’s experts and tell them about their requirements.

 

 

Automotive Testing Expo China 2016 is set to capitalise on the rapid growth in new car sales and the need for higher quality and safer vehicles by bringing together the world’s leading test equipment manufacturers and test service providers.

We really hope that you can join the team at our booth #3024 to (re)discover our innovative radiotracing tools for engine and lubricant development and testing.

Ask our experts about the real-time capabilities of our equipment to measureprecisely Engine Oil ConsumptionFuel DilutionEngine Wear and Air Content in LubricantDSi also develops customized test and measurement solutions including fluid conditioning systems for test rigs.

Our products and services are available at CATARC / AERI in Tianjin (China) where our customers can send engines for evaluation and where we provide the same high quality service as in Europe. Our tools are also available from our office, based in Beijing, and can be installed in test center directly.

Cosmoz Project

20 Jun 2016

In 2012, Dsi, GDTech, BTD, Skynam and the universities of Louvain-la-Neuve (UCL) and Liege (Ulg – IPNAS), launched an innovative called “COSMOZ”.

Objectives were to develop a direct injection system for converting gazoline engines to natural gas (CNG).

In this project, DSi has contributed to:

  • The improvement of gas injectors: using radio-tracing techniques. DSi has performed wear measurement tests on the injectors and has studied the impact of lubrication on their lifetime. Results have been used to make continuous improvements and to, optimize the design of injectors.
  • Setting-up for road tests of a demonstrator vehicle: a light vehicle has been modified for natural gas operation and it has been instrumented and prepared to receive a to achieve emission measurements on a chassis dynamometer.

In June 2016, the vehicle was operational and all partners of this project welcomed a representative of the Walloon Region for road tests with the new direct injection system.

This project has received support from the Walloon Region through the “ POLE MECATECH”.