Dynomet is a Danish company established in 1994. Thanks to its broad capabilities and affordable price, their innovative portable road dyno was quickly acclaimed by many Danish and European companies. Based on their success with the portable dyno Dynomet they have broadened their product range and they now produce all types of dynamometers; from mini dynos for scooters for the Danish Police to heavy duty 4x4 dynos capable of handling up to 1600 horsepower for the most demanding tuning companies.

The portable road dyno was used as a measuring device during an attempt to beat two Guinness World Records; for the fastest saloon car and SUV. Both records were beaten, with 338 km/h and 282 km/h respectively.

Fastest saloon car World Record attempt, 2002, Germany.

Kleemann E55K 7.3l V12 600 hp - 338 km/h

Fastest SUV World Record attempt, 2003, Nardo - Italy.

KLEEMANN ML55K - V8 5.5l 607 hp - 282 km/h