Bosch to showcase at aftermarket show
Dubai, June 1, 2011
Bosch Automotive, a unit of leading technology firm Bosch, will demonstrate 15 products as well as topics from the fields of diagnostics, spare parts and services at an upcoming aftermarket show in Dubai.
Automechanika Middle East 2011 will be held at Dubai World Trade Center from June 7 to 9.
Bosch will throw the spotlight on the new Bosch KTS Truck and KTS Truck 800 testers for commercial vehicle diagnostics.
The control unit diagnostic tool KTS Truck and the associated Esitronic Truck software package have been developed specifically to address the needs of commercial vehicle workshops and complete the comprehensive Bosch portfolio of spare parts and testing technology for vans, heavy-duty trucks, buses and trailers.
Bosch produces two different versions of the new control unit diagnostic tester for commercial vehicles: A KTS module for use with a PC or laptop already present in the workshop, and the KTS 800 Truck complete solution with Diagnostic Control Unit (DCU) – a powerful tablet PC also recently developed by Bosch.
The new EPS 200 diesel test bench for testing common-rail injection pumps and injectors produced by Bosch and other manufacturers will be demonstrated for the first time at the trade fair.
The new products at the exhibition include air conditioning service device, battery chargers, diagnostic testers, diesel test bench, tyre changer and wheel balancer, among others.
Visitors can expect a series of live demos on diagnostic equipment, spare parts and service offerings. Among the items on the agenda is how to use a Bosch KTS tester to perform vehicle diagnostics.
In terms of interactive shows, visitors can experience how the right hardware and software can make troubleshooting, servicing and repair efficient processes.
The extensive range of workshop equipment will also be demonstrated at the event, including tools for vehicle alignment and the full spectrum of wheel servicing. – TradeArabia News Service
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