Principle of turbocharger operation
The turbine is driven by the exhaust gas of the internal combustion engine, which flows through the turbine rotor and continues to be expelled through the exhaust system. The turbine wheel, which is housed inside, is driven by the flow of the exhaust gas and creates rotary motion. This, in turn, compresses the air that flows through the intake and filter.
As in the case of most new cars, the air is then directed to the intercooler in which the hot air, heated by the compression, is cooled again before entering the combustion chamber.
What does the turbine reconditioning process look like?
Disassembly of the turbocharger into small parts
Damage assessment by means of a specialised microscope
Initial pricing for turbocharger repair
At this point, we call and inform you of the repair cost
Ultrasonic cleaning of Turbocharger parts
Replacement of turbocharger parts subject to operation (bearings, sealing rings and parts of the rotating system which have been damaged
Rotating parts are weighed by a balancing machine from Schenck, a reputable German company. This measurement allows the reduction of all harmonic vibrations
Calibration of a variable geometry turbocharger system or of the bleeder valve based on a dynamic flow test
Characteristics of turbocharger compression after repair at the flow station
Appropriate preparation of the turbine for installation in the vehicle
We provide a repaired and refurbished turbocharger with a 24-month warranty
Shipment of turbochargers – Free
The most common causes of damage to the turbocharger
Engine oil pressure too high
Damaged exhaust gas recirculation
Use of unsuitable oil
Faults in the fuel supply system
Why it’s worth remanufacturing?
Increased engine power
What are the signs of damaged injectors, injection pumps or turbochargers?
Difficulties with starting
Black or white exhaust smoke
No reaction from the accelerator pedal
Increased fuel consumption
Louder operation of components