Mechadyne’s company history
Mechadyne was established in 1984 as an independent automotive technology development centre. Since 1990 it has concentrated on engine technology for reducing emissions and improving fuel economy.
Mechadyne’s work focuses on Variable Valve Actuation or VVA, as the most immediate and cost effective method of improving engine out emissions and improving fuel economy.
Over the years, Mechadyne has developed and acquired an impressive portfolio of patented VVA technologies that have been proven to improve exhaust emissions, fuel economy and performance.
Our business is driven by emissions legislation for both the automotive and non-automotive gasoline and diesel engine markets.
In the summer of 2012 Mechadyne was acquired by KSPG AG. Mechadyne has been integrated into the Valvetrain Systems unit of KSPGs subsidiary Pierburg GmbH, while maintaining Mechadyne’s established brand name.
Our offices are 6,950 sq ft (646 sq m) and include a CAD design office and a 2,850 sq ft (265 sq m) workshop with engine test facilities. We have all the necessary tools to take engineering R&D projects from concept to completion.
Mechadyne has a team of engineers who between them have over 150 man year of experience designing and working on engine systems.
We are located in the countryside near Kirtlington about 30 minutes from Oxford, close to the main centre of the UK Automotive industry. Our offices are surrounded by Polo grounds and we are based on a working farm in the middle of beautiful Oxfordshire countryside.