|Model:||T- AT14||Product Name:||Bearing Casing, Bearing Housing, Marine Turbocharger Bearing Casing, Marine Turbo Bearing Housing|
|Size:||Standard Size, Or As Customer's Request||Type1:||Exhaust Gas Turbocharger|
|Type 2:||Diesel Engine Turbocharger||Type 3:||T-IHI Marine Turbocharger|
|Fuel:||Diesel And Heavy Duty Fuel Oil||Engine Type:||Diesel Engine And Heavy Duty Fuel Oil Engines|
|Engine Power Range:||320 -750 KW||Pressure Ratio:||Maximum 5.0|
|Running Hour:||Max 8,000 Hours.||Cooling Method:||Water-cooled Bearing Casing|
|Quality:||High Performance, Top And High Level, Guaranteed||Certification:||ISO9001, CCS, Or GL|
|Warranty:||12 Months||Application:||Automotive, Heavy Truck, Construction, Marine And Industrial Engine|
|Package:||Wood Case, Carton Box Or According To Require|
casing bearing housing,
Water Cooled Turbocharger Casing
|T- RH Series||T- AT Series||T- RU Series|
|T- IHI||T- RH133||T- AT14||T- RU110|
|T- RH143||T- RU120|
Automotive, heavy truck, construction, marine and industrial engine.
The above T- AT14 Turbocharger's cross-sectional drawing shows that the T-AT14 turbocharger is consisted of the turbine and compressor, and the thrust bearing and two journal bearings which make the axial and radial forces respectively becoming possible. From static section view, T-AT14 turbocharger consists of the coprssor housing, bearing housing and turbine housing.
Distance between two journal bearings is approx. 60mm;
The rotor length is about 300mm;
The diameter of turbine inlet is around D140mm;
The diameter for compressor outlet is also about D140mm.
The turbocharger includes turbine part, bearing part and compressor part, so the turbine housing, bearing casing and compressor housings cover and protect all the important parts safely in the turbocharger to ensure a premium performance of the engine.
The turbine casing, bearing casing and compressor housing are made by cast iron. Some casings are water cooled which complicates the casting. Water cooled casings are necessary for turbochargers with ball and roller bearings with their own integral LO supply (to keep the LO cool). Modern turbochargers with externally lubricated journal bearings have uncooled casings. This leads to greater overall efficiency as less heat energy is rejected to cooling water and is available for the exhaust gas boiler.