|Model:||T- TPL77 Turbocharger Nozzle Ring||Type:||Exhaust Gas Turbocharger|
|Engine Type:||Diesel Engine And Fuel Engine||Turbine Type:||Axial Turbine|
|Compressor Type:||Radial Compressor||Pressure Ratio:||4.2-5.0|
|Power Range:||2,500-12,500kW For T- TPL-A; 3,000-28,000kW For T- TPL-B||T- TPL-A:||Four-stroke|
|Noise:||Low Noise Emission||Quality:||High Efficiency, Easy To Service, Guaranteed|
|Certification:||ISO9001, CCS, Or GL||Warranty:||12 Months|
|Application:||Marine Engine, Oil And Gas Offshore, Power Generation||Package:||Wood Case, Carton Box Or According To Require|
turbo nozzle ring,
nozzle ring used in turbocharger,
Gas Engines Turbocharger Nozzle Ring
T- TPL77 turbocharger nozzle ring is one part of T- ABB / T- TPL-A series turbocharger with the design features as below:
The T- TPL-A series turbocharger is for large medium-speed diesel and gas engines,with a power output range from 2,500kW to 12,500kW.
Turbine: The T- TPL-A turbocharger is axial turbine for high efficiencies and high volume flow rates.
Compressor: The T- TPL-A comressors ensure the high volume flow rates which allow optimized matching to different engine applications. Its single-piece, splitter-bladed aluminum alloy wheels with backswept blades ensure high efficiencies and wide compressor maps. its pressure ratio is from 4.2 up to 5.0 based on different design.
Bearing: The T- TPL-A bearing assembly lubricated directly by the engine lube oil system, plain bearings can run up to 36,000 hours before being overhauled.
Casing: The T- TPL-A casings is optimized for 4-stroke engines application, include integrated waste gate flanges, temperature and pressure measurement connections. All-round insulation minimizes the turbocharger noise level and casing surface temperature.
It's widely used on diesel marine engine as well as gas engines.
|T- ABB||T- TPL-A Series||A(mm)||B(mm)||C(mm)||D(mm)||E(mm)||F(mm)||G(mm)||Weight (kg)*|
Note: *includes filter silencer.
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.