Megasystems Introduces New Product—DOT / / PC

—Literature Available Megasystems of Boca Raton, Fla., is offering free literature on a new product, the Direct Optical Tuning //PC (DOT // PC), to provide marine operators with A simple, straightforward means of tuning diesel engines and maintaining engine status documentation toward dual goals of reducing fuel costs and detecting operating problems before i damage occurs. The DOT // PC represents the third generation of Mel gasystem engineered combustion analyzers. The company's first system was introduced in 1976. The new product incorporates significant features and advances which are discussed in the free literature offered by Megasystems.

The ability to precisely regulate combustion timing results in considerable fuel savings. Further, keeping the engine balanced reduces stress and vibration and distributes the heat evenly over the engine, reducing thermal stress. Preventive maintenance can be scheduled based on actual conditions rather than time intervals. Also, Megasystems points out that early detection of faulty fuel injectors, worn piston rings, faulty exhaust valves, and cylinder liner problems result in reduced maintenance, less downtime, and overall life extension of the engine.

As Megasystems outlines, this versatile instrument can be configured to perform as a combustion analyzer, a peak pressure alarm unit, or a combination instrument capable of including other engine parameters for monitoring such as exhaust gas and lube oil temperatures. In addition, other IBM compatible programs can be run using the same instrument.

For more information and a free copy of the new literature from Megasystems, Circle 57 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 39,  Jan 1988

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