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|Item Height:||30cm||Settings Waste Gate (pressure):||0.50 Bar|
|Keyword:||Turbo Turbocharger||Settings Waste Gate (lift Shaft):||5.50 Mm|
|Applications:||Engine||Power:||98 Kw - 133 Hp|
diesel engine turbocharger,
diesel turbo charger
Exhaust Marine Turbocharger Complete 5.50 Mm Settings Waste Gate Pressure 0.50 Bar
Brief introduction of Marine turbocharger:
The marine turbocharger, also known as exhaust gas turbocharger, is the main equipment in the diesel engine boosting system. It consists of a single-stage exhaust gas turbine and a centrifugal compressor.
They are mounted on the same shaft to form the moving part of the marine turbocharger/exhaust gas turbocharger - the rotor.
The function of the marine turbocharger/exhaust gas turbocharger is to use the diesel exhaust energy to drive the turbine to drive the compressor on the coaxial to increase the air pressure into the cylinder, so that the diesel engine power is greatly improved.
When the diesel-exhaust turbocharger combination is in operation, the marine turbocharger/exhaust gas turbocharger is prone to failures such as turbine casing corrosion, bearing damage, blade damage, gas seal damage, and supercharger vibration. The daily good maintenance management can reduce these failures.
This series of turbocharger can match to high-speed diesel engine. Two types of journal bearing: semi-floating type and full-floating type, in order to prevent the shaft to move. A seal plate and seal ring located in compressor side in order to prevent the air and oil leaking. The turbocharging efficiency is 60%-62%, and its compressor pressure ratio up to 3.6. Excellent thermal resistance, air and oil sealing performance and stable bearing system ensure the marine turbochargers' reliability and long service lifetime. turbochargers are widely used in automotive, heavy truck, construction, marine and industrial engine.
|Settings Waste gate (pressure)||0.50 bar|
|Settings Waste gate (lift shaft)||5.50 mm|
|Gasket (turbine inlet)||210646 (INOX Steel)|
|Gasket (turbine outlet)||210676 (INOX Steel)|
|Gasket (oil outlet)||210317 (Paper)|
How does a marine turbocharger work?
The ship's turbocharger by contrast uses the waste energy of the engine's exhaust stream to move the air needed. It does this by the simple method of a rotor contained in a turbine housing through which the exhaust gasses pass.
How to install a turbo correctly?
Turbo installation is a professional job, which cannot be done in a garage or backyard by yourself.
Please make sure turbo will be installed by a professional mechanic.
Normally your mechanic will check old turbo’s problem, as sometimes turbo failure was not caused by itself. Also replace engine oil and oil filter is compulsory in turbo installation.
Oil feed pipe needs to be replaced if it’s too old, and please don’t forget to prime turbo before installation. Overall, there’s just 1 principle in turbo installation--“make sure everything is 100% clean.
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