A Detailed Look

Domin Suspension

Driving Perfect Balance

Four Corners.

Integrated Units.

Full Control.

Low Power.

Semi Active Ride
Our advanced valve technology provides infinite variable damping, instantly adapting to each bump for a personalised ride. This intelligent system only uses power when adjusting, not to hold a new position, dramatically reducing energy consumption.
Spring Rate
High-speed valves paired with discrete accumulators achieve an infinitely adjustable spring rate. This enables millisecond-scale transitions with minimal energy consumption that you can tailor to the desired stiffness, creating an intelligent and flexible system. 
Ride Height Control
A high-pressure pump dynamically supplements suspension forces for extreme manoeuvres and facilitates precise ride height adjustment with minimal holding power. While low-pressure reservoir facilitates rapid wheel lift and aerodynamic optimisation.

Valve

Infinite damping factor control, responding to onboard ECU. Selection of spring rate, all constantly adjustable in <3ms.

Pump

Capable of ~30mm/s body lift and active roll control. 

Accumulator

Providing variable spring rates 12-140N/mm.

Valve

Infinite damping factor control, responding to onboard ECU. Selection of spring rate, all constantly adjustable in <3ms.

Pump

Capable of ~30mm/s body lift and active roll control. 

Accumulators

Providing variable spring rates 12-140N/mm.

Experience the Difference.

Experience the Difference.

The Next Key Differentiator for Automotive

One of the big opportunities for differentiation in automotive is ride and handling. This is the balance between comfort and performance. Active suspension will play a key part in this.
Simon Jones
CTO, Domin
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Exploring Technology

The Future of Suspension

We believe that electrohydrostatic actuation is the better all-around option for suspension. This type of motion control gives incredible power, highly accurate control and, when using Domin technology, uses less space than electromechanical systems.

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