The Next Generation of Testing Has Landed
Saving Production Lines Near You
The breakthrough the industry needed just arrived. A testing revolution seven years in the making is now complete.
Repairs shouldn’t be complicated. And at ICR Services, we know fail-on-install just gets in the way. Let’s change that. Introducing the Dyno System – a new way to test your industrial drives and motors.
Servo or Spindle? Take Your Pick
A servo is drastically different than that of a spindle. The servo requires testing at maximum torque and amperage at zero speed whereas a spindle requires maximum torque and amperage at full speed. Good news, we do both.
The Recreation of Real-world Conditions
Create testing profiles and make on the fly torque, speed and amperage adjustments to mimic real-world conditions – just like the plant floor.
Understand the Current Situation
Know how each unit sends and receives current with extremely precise Rogowski coils with micro amperage deviation detection for better insights.
A Dyno System with Countless Combinations
An independent system design allows for the testing of current and legacy models from a multitude of OEMs – including Fanuc, Yaskawa, Indramat, Allen-Bradley, Rexroth, Siemens and Mitsubishi.
Built with Flexibility in Mind
The interaction between two motors working in opposite directions creates the necessary load while proprietary software works behind the scenes to give the dyno operator total control over each variable.
Unprecedented Test Reports
See how the unit underwent testing without having to be there yourself. Easily visualize everything from rotational changes and torque adjustments to how the unit responded at stall with the most advanced dyno test report on the market today.
What Even is Stall Torque?
Don’t leave yourself an easy target for to things like fail-on-install and premature failures. Better understand stall torque and what it means to your production.Learn More
Stop the Failures
Ready to bring more certainty to your operations and make dead-on-arrival obsolete? By getting your servo drives, spindle drives, servo motors, spindle motors and power supply units dyno tested – you get protection and assurance it’s going to work the first time.