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How a turbo works

A turbocharger is a device that enhances an engine's power output and efficiency by forcing extra air into the engine combustion chamber.

For a more efficient engine operation, turbochargers use engine’s exhaust gasses to compress more air into the engine.

A turbine wheel and a compressor wheel, which are connected by a rotor shaft, turn together to compress and draw in a large amount of air.

Increased exhaust gas drives the turbine faster and provides the engine more air, producing more power. At this stage, the air temperature goes above 800 degrees Celsius.

This dense and hot air cools down and gain higher density when passing through a charge air cooler before entering the engine.

The compressed air makes the fuel burn more efficiently, producing more power while consuming less energy.

Production & Technology

A turbocharger is a device that enhances an engine's power output and efficiency by forcing extra air into the engine combustion chamber.

For a more efficient engine operation, turbochargers use engine’s exhaust gasses to compress more air into the engine.

A turbine wheel and a compressor wheel, which are connected by a rotor shaft, turn together to compress and draw in a large amount of air.

Compressor Wheel
Unbalance Correction Work

Core Assy Balance Test

Turbine Wheel Balance Test