Taylor Dynamometer Acquires Dyne Systems

By pdamon17 May 2016

Taylor Dynamometer, a global manufacturer of dynamometers, facility support equipment and turnkey test cell systems based in Milwaukee, announced it has acquired Dyne Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of eddy current, ac and dc dynamometers, controls and drives. No financial details were provided.

“We are thrilled to welcome Dyne Systems to the Taylor family,” said Art Downey, Taylor Dynamometer president. “Both Taylor Dynamometer and Dyne Systems have grown to become industry leaders through groundbreaking ideas, highly-engineered products and experts in execution. It is a natural and complimentary acquisition for Taylor Dynamometer that I believe will benefit both companies.”

Headquartered in Jackson, Wis., Dyne Systems brings 35 years of industry experience. Taylor said the acquisition will give it a stronger foothold in the engine, vehicle and industrial component testing industry by providing customers added functionality and flexibility with a complete range of testing products and technologies.

Additionally, Taylor said its capabilities in facility support systems such as water recirculation, air handling, exhaust and sound control will provide growth opportunities in Dyne’s traditional market segments


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