Today’s modern engines produce higher torques that can be driven at low engine speeds. As a result, the maximum engine torque to be transmitted increases thus resulting in an increase of noise and vibration. The Dual Mass Flywheel (D.M.F.) allows driving at lower engine speeds increasing engine efficiency, thereby saving fuel and reducing CO2 emissions as well as any vibrations or noise.
Valeo launches a new dual mass flywheel check technical bulletin for transmission systems, giving quick access to diagnosis and user information.
This technical bulletin contains “how-to’s” for dual mass flywheels to aid installers and operators with helpful advice Valeo recommends, such as:
- Free play testing
- Tilt control testing
To learn more, click here.