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  • Structural composition and principle of turbocharger

    Structural composition and principle of turbocharger

    The exhaust gas turbocharger consists of two parts: the exhaust gas turbine and the compressor. Generally, the exhaust gas turbine is on the right side and the compressor is on the left side. They are coaxial. The turbine casing is made of heat-resistant alloy cast iron. The air inlet end is conn...
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  • What are the advantages of turbochargers

    What are the advantages of turbochargers

    Under the influence of energy conservation and emission reduction policies around the world, turbocharging technology is being used by more and more automobile manufacturers. Even some Japanese automakers that originally insisted on naturally aspirated engines have joined the turbocharging camp. ...
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  • What is a wastegate?

    What is a wastegate?

    A wastegate is a crucial component in turbocharger systems, responsible for managing exhaust gas flow to the turbine to regulate its speed and prevent damage. This valve diverts excess exhaust gases away from the turbine, controlling its speed and consequently regulating boost pressure. Operated ...
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  • The Negative Impact of Air Leaks on Turbochargers

    The Negative Impact of Air Leaks on Turbochargers

    Air leaks in turbochargers are significant detriments to a vehicle’s performance, fuel efficiency, and engine health. At Shou Yuan , we sell high quality turbochargers that are less prone to air leaks. We holds a prominent position as a specialized turbocharger manufacturer with a rich history da...
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  • Turbocharger key parameters

    Turbocharger key parameters

    ①A/R The A/R value is an important performance parameter for turbines and compressors. R (Radius) is the distance from the center of the turbine shaft to the center of gravity of thecross-section of the turbine inlet (or compressor outlet). A (Area) refers to the cross-sectional area of the turb...
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  • WHAT ARE THE ROLES OF THE COMPRESSOR WHEEL?

    WHAT ARE THE ROLES OF THE COMPRESSOR WHEEL?

    The compressor wheel within a turbocharger system fulfills a multitude of crucial functions pivotal to engine performance and efficiency. Its primary role revolves around the compression of ambient air, an essential process that elevates pressure and density as the wheel’s blades spin. Thro...
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  • How to Determine the Quality of a Turbocharger

    How to Determine the Quality of a Turbocharger

    There are many types of turbochargers, and knowing the quality of a turbo you want to buy is essential. Devices of good quality typically function better and last longer. You should always look for certain signs of quality in a turbocharger. A turbo showing the following features is more likely t...
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  • Are turbochargers really resistant to high temperatures?

    Are turbochargers really resistant to high temperatures?

    The power of the turbocharger comes from high-temperature and high-pressure exhaust gas, so it does not consume additional engine power. This is completely different from the situation where a supercharger consumes 7% of the engine’s power. In addition, the turbocharger is directly connecte...
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  • Keep Turbo & Environmental Sustainability

    Keep Turbo & Environmental Sustainability

    Would you like to contribute to environmental conservation efforts? Consider installing a turbocharger in your vehicle. Turbochargers not only improve your vehicle’s speed, but they also have environmental benefits.Before discussing the benefits, it is important to understand what a turboch...
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  • What does a turbocharger engine rely on to generate power?

    What does a turbocharger engine rely on to generate power?

    One of the direct consequences of the obstruction of the flow path of the turbocharger supercharging system is that it will increase the resistance of the air flow in the system. When the diesel engine is running, the gas flow path of the supercharging system is: compressor inlet filter and muffl...
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  • What is Turbo Lag?

    What is Turbo Lag?

    Turbo lag, the delay between pressing the throttle and feeling the power in a turbocharged engine, stems from the time needed for the engine to generate adequate exhaust pressure to spin the turbo and push compressed air into the engine. This delay is most pronounced when the engine operates at l...
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  • How to Prevent Turbo Leaks Oil?

    How to Prevent Turbo Leaks Oil?

    Here is the greeting from Shanghai Shou Yuan Power Technology Co.,Ltd. All turbochargers are designed, patented, manufactured and tested under strict controls to ensure high quality and mass production of turbochargers and spare parts. We mainly provide all types of turbocharger  and parts, inclu...
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