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8/1/2012

Lab and production curing machines

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Quickstep Technologies Pty Ltd. introduced at JEC Europe 2012 two new Quickstep curing machines.

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Quickstep Technologies Pty Ltd. (North Coogee, Western Australia) introduced at JEC Europe 2012 two new Quickstep curing machines. The QS-E50 is a lab-scale machine aimed at companies or research groups that are interested in small-scale parts or material optimization. With a 50-kW heating capacity, the machine can provide temperatures up to 205°C/400°F and pressures up to 80 kPa/11.6 psi. It can be operated manually or automatically. The larger QS-E250, which offers 250 kW of heating capacity, is a single-tank system with a 4,000L/1,057-gal tank for rapid heating and cooling.  

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