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CSA Group Testing UK Ltd

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Aston Way
Leyland
Lancashire
PR26 7TZ
United Kingdom

Switchboard: 01772 422 911
Website: www.csagroupuk-transportation.org

CSA Group Testing UK Limited is your expert source for product testing & development of diverse and advanced automotive & transportation technologies. Our UK facilities are complimented by global resources offering a range of testing solutions covering EMC and safety testing, vehicle to vehicle communication, structural and component fatigue, advanced drivelines – including engines, transmissions, electric motors and gaseous fuels, complimented by interior systems and environmental simulation. CSA Group is proud to provide a flexible and responsive service to leading automotive manufacturers and suppliers from all around the world and to support the work they are doing in developing a safer, more efficient and more connected vehicles. Other testing services include an EMC, safety, vibration and environmental testing lab in Germany.

Reseach & Development

CSA Group Leyland recently completed an Innovate UK project with Leyland Trucks and SAPA Profiles on the FTCC (Future Truck Chassis Concept) project. The project is based on DAF’s popular LF-series and built by Leyland Trucks in close cooperation with both Sapa Profiles UK who worked extensively with DAF on the design and provided the aluminium extrusions whilst and CSA Group, who assisted with the validation of the truck by defining and conducting vehicle and rig based testing. The project was co-funded by the British Government’s Innovate UK. Aim was to realize an increased payload at a lower fuel consumption, resulting in reduced CO2 emissions. The result of this project was a remarkable weight saving of no less than 500 kilograms on a 12 tonne LF truck.


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