4-stroke turbocharger TPL-A
medium-speedhigh-efficiency

4-stroke turbocharger
4-stroke turbocharger
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Characteristics

Options
4-stroke, medium-speed, high-efficiency
Engine power

Min.: 2,500 kW (3,399 hp)

Max.: 12,500 kW (16,995 hp)

Description

High on efficiency, low on running costs The TPL-A was developed for four-stroke diesel and gas engines with outputs of 2,500 kW to 12,500 kW. It is used on ships and power generations that require high power, increased efficiency and reduced emissions. This turbocharger offers high efficiency with low fuel consumption and thermal loading. Operative benefits Exceptionally high performance High fuel efficiency Low emissions Maximum operational safety Simplified maintenance High reliability and long intervals between overhauls Improved operation in harsh conditions (incl. heavy fuel oil - HFO) Technical benefits Suitable for different turbocharging systems; optimized matching No additional lubrication systems needed Wide compressor map for optimized matching in different engine applications More options for installation Increased operational flexibility Technical features Radial compressor with backswept blades; different trims available High-performance axial turbine with different stagger angles and trims; with lacing wire Free-floating axial bearing disc; radial bearing bushes with squeeze oil damper Bearing assembly lubricated by engine lube oil system Oil inlet and outlet at bottom Turbine and compressor cleaning possible Bearings, rotor, turbine diffuser and nozzle ring dismantled from compressor side No water cooling Variable positioning of casing and flanges Variable turbine geometry as option on TPL 65-A Comprehensive qualification test program, including containment test

Catalogs

TPL-A
TPL-A
8 Pages
TPL-B
TPL-B
8 Pages
TPL..C
TPL..C
8 Pages
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