Tangential Wind Simulator
Wind simulators are ventilation units used for automotive testing. The tests are carried out in climactic rooms and they are in compliance with W.L.T.P. rules. The scope of the test is to measure CO2 emission levels by a vehicle during these tests and the scope of the wind simulator is to create the wind effect. The vehicle is placed on chassis dynamometers that simulate the on-road movement. The wind simulator is used for automotive testing in order to certify the vehicles Euro 6 or more.
The tangential wind simulator is a specific type of wind simulator that allows for the aspiration of air by its impeller and the subsequent the re-launch of air by the same impeller in a different direction. These type of wind simulatos have compact dimensions.
The air generated in each and every outlet of the wind simulator model is homogeneous and can reach a speed of up to 130 km/h. Both requirements that our wind simulators fulfill as per W.L.T.P. standards. Higher air flow speeds can be reached as well.
The unit can be equipped with an on-board height regulation system that allows the outlet cross-section to reach th optimal height for the ventilation of the car’s radiator.