|Place of Origin:||Jiangsu, China|
|Brand Name:||Marine Turbo|
|Certification:||ISO; CCS; GL|
|Model Number:||T- RH series|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 pcs|
|Packaging Details:||Carton box, wood case|
|Delivery Time:||1-4 working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||500 pcs / month|
|Model:||T- IHI / T- RH Series Turbocharger Casing||Product Name:||Turbocharger Casing, Turbine Housing, Compressor Housing, Bearing Housing|
|Type:||Marine Turbocharger||Compressor Type:||Radial Flow Compressor|
|Lubrication:||By Engine Oil System||Pressure Ratio:||3.6|
|Turbocharging Efficiency:||60%-62%||Application:||Automotive, Heavy Truck, Construction, Marine And Industrial Engine.|
|Quality Assurance:||ISO, CCS, GL|
casing bearing housing,
Radial Flow Compressor Turbocharger Casing
T- IHI / T- RH series turbocharger casings include turbine housing, bearing casing and compressor housing belongs to one part of T- IHI / T- RH series exhaust gas turbocharger. T- IHI / T- RH series turbocharger consists of single-stage mixed flow turbine and radial flow compressor. This series of turbocharger can be used to match high-speed diesel engine. Inboard plain bearing is lubricated by the engine oil system. 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. T-RH series turbochargers are widely used in automotive, heavy truck, construction, marine and industrial engine.
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.
A turbine housing (casing) includes a central aperture for containing a turbine blade assembly and directing exhaust gases past the turbine blades in a turbocharger. The turbocharger consists of a single stage impulse turbine connected to a centrifugal impeller via a shaft. The turbine is driven by the engine exhaust gas, which enters via the gas inlet casing. The gas expands through a nozzle ring where the pressure energy of the gas is converted to kinetic energy. This high velocity gas is directed onto the turbine blades where it drives the turbine wheel, and thus the compressor at high speeds (10 -15000 rpm). The exhaust gas then passes through the outlet casing to the exhaust uptakes.