SUPERSPEED WHEELS EXPLAINED | Technologies Applied

FLOW FORMING

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FEA Simulation | Fine Element Analysis

 
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Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a simulation program that can be used alongside traditional testing to analyze the strength of complex structures, determine component behavior, and accurately predict how our wheels will react under structural and thermal loads. 

 

JWL VIA | Tested to Meet and Exceed Industry Standard

Our Test Facility

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Radial Stress Test

500,000 Rotation cycles

Inspect internal defect in terms of cracks, deformation, and leaks

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Rotary Benching Fatigue Test

100,000 Rotation cycles

Inspect wheel face and hub in terms of cracks and deformation

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13-degree Impact Test

Drop height 230mm

Inspect mounted wheel and tire for cracks, deformation, and leaks

Where We Exceed JWL Standard

 

In order to improve the fatigue resistance and impact resistance of Superspeed wheels, we add more strict tests such as 30° impact test and 90° impact test which are not required in JWL and SAE standards. 

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30-degree Impact Test

1,010 Kg Drop height 255mm

Inspect mounted wheel and tire for cracks, deformation, and leaks

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90-degree Impact Test

1,010 Kg Drop height 160mm

Inspect mounted wheel and tire for cracks, deformation, and leaks