T- RH133 Turbo Bearing Housing Without Foot For T- IHI Engine
T- IHI / T- RH series exhaust gas turbocharger design features:
T- RH133 Turbo Bearing Housing Without Foot (also called bearing casing and bearing pedestal) belongs to T- IHI / T- RH
series exhaust gas turbocharger which has the features as below:
- High reliability: Excellent thermal resistance, air and oil sealing
performance and stable bearing system ensure the T- IHI / T- RH
Series marine turbochargers' reliability and long service lifetime.
- Superior performance: the special design for its compressor wheels
and turbine wheels make the high flow rate, wide operationg ranges
and super response possible.
- Two types of journal bearing: semi-floating type and full-floating
type, in order to prevent the shaft to move.
- Compact design: T- RH series is developed to reduce in size and
weight, but maintain the necessary strength.
- Wide application: T- RH series turbochargers provide customers with
the widest range of applications, such as automotive, heavy truck, construction, marine and industrial
T- IHI turbocharger types include:
|T- RH Series||T- AT Series||T- RU Series|
|T- IHI Turbocharger||T- RH133||T- AT14||T- RU110|
|T- RH143|| ||T- RU120|
|T- RH163|| || |
|T- RH183|| || |
|T- RH203|| |
T- IHI / T- RH133 turbo bearing housing without foot (bearing
casing or bearing pedestal) picture:
The inclusion of turbocharger casing:
The turbocharger casing includes turbine part, bearing part and
compressor part, so the turbine housing, bearing casing and
compressor housings cover and protect all the important parts
safely in the turbocharger to ensure a premium performance of the
The turbine casing, bearing casing and compressor housing are made
by cast iron. Some casings are water cooled which complicates the
casting. Water cooled casings are necessary for turbochargers with
ball and roller bearings with their own integral LO supply (to keep
the LO cool). Modern turbochargers with externally lubricated
journal bearings have uncooled casings. This leads to greater
overall efficiency as less heat energy is rejected to cooling water
and is available for the exhaust gas boiler.