|Model:||T- TCR14||Product Name:||Turbocharger Casing-bearing Housing/bearing Casing/bearing Pedestal|
|Size:||Standard Size, Or As Customer's Request||Type:||T- MAN Exhaust Gas Turbocharger|
|Fuel:||Heavy Fuel Oil, Marine Diesel Oil, Biofuel And Gas Engines||Engine Power Range:||350 KW - 7MW|
|Turbine Type:||Radial Flow||Supercharging:||Two-stroke And Four-stroke|
|Four Stroke:||T- TCR10, T- TCR12, T- TCR14, T- TCR16||Warranty:||12 Months|
|Application:||Marine Propulsion, Excavators, Locomotives, Power Generation, Off-road Vehicles, Machanical Drive, Mining, Marine Gensets||Package:||Wood Case, Carton Box Or According To Require|
casing bearing housing,
HFO Turbocharger Casing
T- TCR14 turbocharger bearing housing (also called bearing casing or bearing pedestal) is one part of T- MAN / T- TCR Series exhaust gas turbocharger and which were created to address the very special challenges faced by Heavy Fuel Oil, Marine Diesel Oil, biofuel and gas engines. Products are available for the entire engine power range, from 350 kW to 7MW per turbocharger. T- MAN / T- TCR turbochargers are IMO Tier III compliant, and represent a robust, versatile modular platform– suitable for a wide variety of high-, medium- and low-speed engine applications.
Marine propulsion, excavators, locomotives, power generation, off-road vehicles, machanical drive, mining, marine gensets.
|T- TCR Series|
|T- MAN||T- TCR10|
|T- MAN||T- TCR Series||L (mm)||H (mm)||W (mm)||Weight (kg)|
The turbocharger casing 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.