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Synonyms for dynamometer

measuring instrument designed to measure power

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The "Automotive Dyno Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2019-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Through our Dyno Nobel business, we supply industrial explosives and blasting services to the mining, quarrying, seismic and construction industries in North America and Australian market.
Kevin Thorner, from Dyno, said: "I am over the moon at winning this award and collecting it tonight at Wembley on behalf of my fantastic team.
Dyno Nobel can produce more ammonia than it said it would be able to as long as there are no stoppages in production, he said.
"Our system offers remarkable capabilities designed to prevent blast delays and speed up blast deployment safely," said Sandy Tavelli, Dyno Nobel global product manager.
Following the award, Dyno Nobel Inc is the first non-mining company to receive independent certification under NMA's signature safety programme.
International Resource News-August 21, 2017--The National Mining Association honours Dyno Nobel
A dynamometer or dyno is an automotive test equipment used by OEMs, component suppliers (Tier I and Tier II), and automotive testing service providers for recording several parameters such as force, torque, power, and speed of the vehicle.
There are eight bays in the Engine Build room and two in a prep area that's closer to the dyno testing operation.
THE new year came in with a bang for Durhambased Dyno franchise employee Anthony Colthard, who will be representing his company on a placement in America.
THE New Year came in with a bang for Durham-based Dyno franchise employee Anthony Colthard who will be representing his company on a placement in America.
Under the terms of the partnership, JKOM will be responsible for the marketing and distribution of DynoSense's existing Dyno technology, as well as future products, through an existing network of healthcare providers who actively serve more than two m patients.
Other services offered are engine dyno, chassis dyno and machining.