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Shifter / Component Test Cell with Environmental Chamber
The Huff Technologies Shifter / Component test cells can test shifters, cables, transmissions, and other components at very high cycle rates and are extremely durable. Utilizing linear servo motors testing shifters/ cables/ transmissions (manual or automatic), they are 3 to 5 times faster than traditional testers. They are easily user programmable or may run predefined programs. They may also be used to test other components such as levers, knobs, actuators, steering components, chassis components, etc. They are available in one, two, or three axis controls. With the environmental chamber shown, the can test components to -65C to 100C. System advantages include:
Huff Technologies Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of custom testing, inspection, assembly, and process equipment. We specialize in PC/PLC based systems to assemble, machine, test, inspect, and process your specific parts. We serve the automotive, industrial, and mining industries. This web site contains a brief history of our company with articles and pictures of actual machinery, and systems we have designed and installed.
Please review these systems and call us concerning any specialized need your company might have.
- Huff Technologies Inc., was founded in 1987 by Darrel Huff Jr. Initially, Huff Technologies primarily consulted on, and manufactured, specialized parts, for the racing industry. It was later expanded into dynamometers data acquisition systems.
- In 1993, Huff Technologies added hydraulic dynamometers for small engines to its line.
- In 1998, the company, purchased 3 acres of land and built a 3200 sq. ft. facility. The company began manufacturing industrial testing, inspection, and processing equipment.
- In 2000, to meet increasing demand for industrial sales, Huff Technologies added 5000 square feet with 26' ceiling. This gave the company the ability to build large equipment as well as needed floor space.