SMP Europe moves development fully in-house

Engine management specialist SMP Europe has brought the development and manufacturing of its air mass meter range in-house after making significant investments to its Nottinghamshire headquarters.

Air mass meters – sensors that measure air entering the engine which then determines load and calculates subsequent fuelling and ignition timing – manufactured at SMP’s Centre of Engineering Excellence are developed using the latest technology, wire bonded to ensure durability, and tested to  meet and exceed original equipment performance, the brand says.

Martin Turner, marketing director at SMP Europe, said: “Our engineering capability has benefitted from significant investment, resulting in new machinery and test rigs. This means we’ve been able to create efficiencies and reduce the costs of tooling and manufacture by bringing many of these processes in house.

“This efficiency however doesn’t infringe on the quality of the end part, with SMP Europe dedicated to delivering the best performing air mass meters available to the aftermarket.”

SMP Europe’s team of experienced engineers have designed and produced in-house test and calibration machines to ensure fully accurate calibration and product reliability through extensive and exacting quality assurance methods.

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