Introducing the latest technology for school busses and smaller bus applications—the QP25. The lower cost solution provides higher capacity than the QP21 or enhanced 7H15 while being able to fit in the same mounting configurations. This provides an immediate, cost-effective solution to customers who need the higher capacity in extreme climatic conditions. “The demand for buses worldwide is forecast to rise nearly five percent annually through 2021 and the need to provide our OEMs with customized solutions at an affordable cost is higher than ever,” Director of Engineering Dick Ennis said.
The QP25 compressor has been fitted with a new design “4-eye” clutch with higher clamping force to accommodate the increased capacity of the QP25. The rubber dampening of the 4-eye armature provides smooth and quiet clutch engagements that ensure NVH (noise, vibrations, harshness) characteristics of the QP25 exceed customer expectations.
The QP25 has undergone TCCI’s rigorous validation processes to meet industry-leading performance standards. The QP25, along with the full line of TCCI solutions are backed by world-class service and support of a trusted global network.
The QP25 is now available and being distributed to OEM dealers through the United States, Europe, South America and Asia.
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