3406 Second Hand Turbo For Engineering machinery E245B 134 - 3592 Spare parts
|Part Name: Engine turbocharger||Serial code: 7C - 6615|
|cylinders numbe: 6||Item: Diesel engine|
|Application: Construction machinery||Test staus: normal|
|Type: Direct injection||Industrial Engine: 3406|
Hoe do the turbochanger work?
Turbocharged engines differ from standard engines in that they make use of wasted exhaust gases to pull more air into the intake valve. While naturally-aspirated engines rely on natural air pressure to draw air into the engine, turbos speed up this process, producing power more economically.
What Are the Benefits of Turbos?
Turbochargers offer a range of benefits, hence why they’re now so popular on modern cars. Here, we list the main plus points of a turbocharged engine.
Turbos produce more power in the same sized engine. That’s because every stroke of the piston generates more power than in naturally-aspirated engines. This means that more cars are now fitted with smaller, turbocharged engines, replacing larger and less economical units. A good example of this is Ford’s decision to replace its standard 1.6L petrol engine with a 1L turbocharged unit, which it calls EcoBoost.
Because turbochargers can produce the same power output as larger, naturally-aspirated engines, this paves the way for the use of smaller, lighter and more economical engines. Now, all modern diesel cars are fitted with a turbocharger, improving fuel economy and reducing emissions.
Torque and Performance
Even on the smallest engines, turbochargers produce more torque, particularly lower down the rev range. This means cars benefit from strong, nippy performance, which is great around town and helps the engine to feel more refined at higher speeds on motorways and A roads. At low speeds, small turbocharged engines can outpace cars fitted with larger, naturally-aspirated engines, because of the torque they produce.
As the air in a turbocharged engine is filtered through more pipes and components, the intake and exhaust noise is reduced and refined, making for a quieter and smoother engine noise – perhaps one of the most unexpected benefits of a turbocharged engine.
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