Premier Analysis

PD COMBI PIC.jpgThe Premier Elite Combi is a well respected emissions console used by many MOT garages across the Country.

It has recently had an aesthetic face-lift and been developed further to capture known future changes in vehicle technologies making it truly “future-proof”.

One of the biggest problems associated with new vehicle analysis has been related to how the ECU controls the engine when the vehicle is not physically moving.

In simple terms an emissions analyser normally checks the vehicles emissions at around the 3000 to 3500 RPM mark so when the ECU prevents this speed being achieved, most emissions consoles are unable to make the measurement due to a “low flow” or “no flow” measurement.

Elite Combi overcomes this problem by measuring exhaust temperature fluctuations in order to calculate the engine speed. This simple change means that modern vehicles entering a garage for their first MOT’s can be tested without fear of a non-measurement.

The new gas side of the bench has been coupled to the new DS2 smoke head  which incorporates an automatic calibration on every test and this eliminates filters altogether! We previously blogged about the DS2 here.

With a large 19″ colour monitor and a wi-fi enabled solid state PC you can even use the machine to run other programs within the MOT bay environment.

Elite Combi comes with a 2 year warranty and 2 year calibration contract but the unit falls in line with GETECH’s own equipment warranty as a 5 year warranty and service contract option is also available.

For more information on the Elite Combi contact our sales team during normal office hours on 0844 800 9785.

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