MK system

MK system

See spectral types.

MK system

[¦em‚kā ‚sis·təm]
(astronomy)
A system of classifying stars in which suffixes are added to the designations of the Harvard-Draper sequence to indicate luminosity, ranging from I for supergiants to VI for subdwarfs and white dwarfs. Also known as MKK system; spectral/luminosity classification; Yerkes system.
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The HUSS MK system now has final approval from California for Volvo Tier 3 IEGR-equipped machines in that state.
The HUSS MK system, approved for use on Volvo engines utilizing V-ACT technology with internal exhaust gas recirculation (IEGR), meets California's CARB Level 3+ requirements.
The Huss MK system Level 3 Plus verification includes model year 2009 and older off-road diesel engines and model year 2006 and older on-road diesel engines, including those with internal exhaust gas recirculation.
(At the time, the MK system was a product of the interBiz division of Computer Associates.
The MK system handles receiving, inventory control, parceling and returns functions for LifeWay.
The MK system is versatile and applicable over a wide range of machines and machine operating conditions.
Level 3 verification requires a soot collection rate of at least 85% and Huss indicated the MK system is rated to remove 99% of particulates from the exhaust stream.
MK system is a modular design that is designed to replace conventional mufflers.
Sujoy Guha and Robin Becker, Wintriss Engineering, San Diego, CA and "Characterizing Absorption In Nonwovens," by Andrew Kallmes, MK Systems, Danvers, MA.