Power Test Industries, Inc. has acquired the assets of SuperFlow Technologies. Power Test Industries is owned by the Petelinsek family, the same family that founded and developed Power Test, Inc. of Sussex, WI. For more than 40 years Power Test has been a global manufacturer and supplier of dynamometers and test systems, principally to the heavy duty diesel industry. Power Test acquired Stuska Dynamometer in 2002 and has brought that product line to great success. Power Test Industries will retain the name SuperFlow on all of the performance products including engine, chassis and flow bench systems.
The current addition of SuperFlow Technologies adds several distinct product groups to the portfolio.
Power Test CEO, Alan Petelinsek, is working closely with existing leadership in Des Moines, IA and Colorado Springs, CO, to integrate best practices between the companies, share resources, and build upon the tremendous engineering and manufacturing synergies between these industry leaders. The first priority of Power Test Industries is to employ and develop a skilled staff of service technicians. Concurrently, efforts are being made to increase production efficiency and to advance product development.
For more than 20 years, SuperFlow Europe, a stand-alone, independently owned entity located in Belgium provided SuperFlow products and servicing. SuperFlow Europe was not acquired as part of the aforementioned transaction. Any claim against that business should be directed to them. Power Test Industries is recruiting contract sales and technical service personnel to support the growing marketing in Europe. For all new systems sales, service parts, and on-site services please direct your inquires to SuperFlow United States at 515.254.1654 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The combined product groups of Power Test Industries now span the spectrum from single cylinder gas engine- powered vehicles and equipment through diesel- and gaseous-fueled equipment, vehicles, and vessels producing up to 10,000 horsepower. The combined competencies include water brake, eddy current, hydrostatic and AC resistive and regenerative systems. Each of these business units have vast experience in supplying and supporting their products to a global market.