Four Stroke Petrol Engine.
Four Stroke Petrol Engine The air-cooled four-stroke petrol engine is securely mounted on a base plate. This unit is fitted in the test stand and bolted into place. Guides are provided to allow easy and precise alignment of the engine. It is connected to the brake unit using an elastic claw coupling. The engine is set up so that the intake pressure can be measured. It also contains a sensor to measure the exhaust gas temperature, which is connected to the control cabinet. The fuel supply hose has a self-sealing quick-release coupling.