The rim-rolling test is a fatigue test that allows to evaluate the resistance of the wheel during rolling under a load condition, as it occurs on a road drive. The wheel is mounted on a wide diameter-rotating roll simulating the road. It is possible to apply both radial and lateral loads in order to reproduce the vehicle weight and the steer conditions. It is possible to exploit this test to evaluate the resistance of other surrounding component like hubs and brakes.
Light commercial vehicles manufacturers
Instruments / Test Machines
N° 2 Rim-rolling machines with 2 stations, (4 test stations in total)
Manufacturer: “Meccanica Leinì”:
Possible diameters (wheel l+ tyre) from 500 to 820 mm Maximum applicable loads: radial 25 kN, lateral 10 kN Maximum speed: 100 km/h
Possible diameters (wheel l+ tyre) from 500 to 1100 mm Maximum applicable loads: radial 50 kN, lateral 20 kN Maximum speed: 130 km/h
Accredited test according to the following standards:
- E/ECE/324/E/ECE/TRANS/505 Rev.2 Add123 Regulation No.124:2007/Corr.1/Amend.1 Annex 7
- ABNT NBR 6750 ed 3, Errata Corrige 1, 2013 § 126.96.36.199
- StVZO - Constr. and oper. Regulation – Section 30 :2014 § 4.6.2
The test fulfills the requirements of the majority of automobile and light commercial vehicle manufacturers.