Motortech Opens Training Facility

The center is designed to teach specialists how to handle the company’s products.


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Motortech has opened a newly constructed training center at its headquarters in Celle, Germany.

The company makes ignition components, air/fuel ratio controllers, engine management systems and other accessories for stationary gas engines.

The center is designed to teach specialists how to handle the company’s products.

In addition to the presentation technology, demonstrators of products such as Motortech ignition controllers of the MIC series, the All-in-One or the DetCon20, are available.

Special workbenches are equipped for operations such as disassembling gas regulation systems – for example the VariFuel2 – and simulating the functions of the VariFuel2 and the EmCon5. There is also an engine simulator and pickup tester.

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