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QSXQuality Software Expert Ltd. (Hungary)
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8220;Thanks to the lines overall success and continued growth in this market, we are able to offer this SDD system at a very competitive price,” notes Scott Kramer, Sales Manager at QSX Instruments.
QSX is a premise-based small appliance that does not require signing of a service agreement or deployment of a software license programme and is manageable either through an individual admin web page or through Polycom Global Management System.
This means we are able to realize the full power productivity of the QSX engines by precisely balancing emissions control between the aftertreatment and engine combustion with cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation and XPI fuel injection.
It grew in popularity for consumer goods testing because of its relatively low-cost and portability; however, QSX Instruments realized the need for spot analysis of electronic components and offers a solution with the release of the QSX-82D.
Also, with IPD's roots in industrial applications adding the QSX engine with its many similarities to the ISX made perfect sense to include in our offering as well," continued Straw.
Both Kassoy and QSX Instruments have very similar goals.
To meet this growing need, QSX Instruments LLC has announced a variety of rental options for their Handheld XRF Analyzer (the Quickshot XRF QSX-HH).
The off-highway QSX platform displacement will expand from 15 to 16 L for EPA Tier 4 Interim in 2011, with a fully integrated air intake to exhaust aftertreatment system.
The goal in the software and instrument redesign was to make these analyzers easier for the end-user to use," notes Scott Kramer of QSX Instruments.
7, QSC, QSL and QSX engines will meet the EPA's Tier 4 interim and EU Stage 3b standards that take effect in the 174 to 751 hp power band in 2011.
The Uptime Guarantee applies to Cummins Tier 3 QSB, QSC, QSL, QSM and QSX engines placed in service in North America from May 1, 2005, to December 31, 2006, with 12 months' coverage from the in-service date or through December 31, 2006, whichever comes first.