Product Spotlight: QPS65

January 9, 2018 in Blog

The new QPS65 provides the latest technology and design for buses, transport refrigeration vehicles and other applications that require large capacity displacement. The new, smaller design is tailored to align with industry trends in bus manufacturing, downsizing engine space and the ability to mount traditional compressors.

The compact and light packaging meets the needs of most new bus designs. The swash plate compressor is exceptionally durable and the NVH is lower than reciprocating compressors—providing smoother, more comfortable ride. TCCI has also allowed for more clutch configurations, resulting in the ability to customize solutions for partners around the world.

There are two model configurations available for the QPS65—one rotates clockwise and one counter-clockwise. TCCI is the only manufacturer in the industry offering this compressor style with a counter-clockwise rotation. This enables compressor mounting either on the engine or opposite the engine when space constraints do not allow the compressor to be engine mounted.

  • Lower cost compressor
  • Smaller and lighter package
  • Less noise, smoother operation and ride
  • More clutch configurations for custom solutions
  • Drop in replacement
  • More efficient, better leak resistance
  • Slug resistant
  • Quality tested products meet rigorous validation standards
  • World-class service and support with our trusted global network

These confidence-backed, quality tested products have undergone TCCI’s rigorous validation processes to meet industry-leading performance standards.
The QPS65, along with the full line of TCCI solutions, are backed by world-class service and support of a trusted global network.


At TCCI, our brand is our promise—to deliver innovative product solutions that exceed customer expectations and drive the industry towards a more sustainable future. We know that customer acquis

When machines and minds meet, the remarkable happens. In honor of Manufacturing Month, TCCI honors the skilled workforce whose resilience and adaptability pulled us through a pandemic and strengthened

The global transition to electric vehicles (EV) is accelerating faster than expected with virtually every automaker pumping billions of dollars into new manufacturing facilities. Auto Trends has clos