Turbo or turbocharger is a component that assists in introducing compressed air into the engine combustion chamber, thereby increasing the engine power without increasing the cylinder capacity. Turbo functions as a support to increase the engine compression pressure, enhancing engine power and fuel efficiency.
In response to the usage requirements of fleets worldwide as well as in Vietnam, BARTECH TURBOS offers a variety of parts for turbo models from manufacturers such as: ABB; MAN; MITSUBISHI; IHI; NAPIER….
According to BARTECH TURBOS, an estimated 180,000 ABB turbos are currently in use in long-haul ships, power plants, locomotives, and heavy-duty construction vehicles.
ABB has been in the market since 1905 and is one of the reliable choices for fleets. ABB offers a diverse range of power levels, with a top power level starting from 2,500 kW.
IHI, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. The history of IHI dates back to the foundation of the Ishikawajima shipyard, Japan’s first modern shipyard, in 1853. IHI plays an important role in the modernization of Japan, including the development of shipbuilding technology for new fields such as aircraft manufacturing, bridge construction, and heavy machinery production.
MAN Diesel and Turbo, headquartered in Augsburg, Germany, is one of the leading manufacturers of exhaust gas turbochargers for diesel engines and low and medium-speed gas engines in the world. According to statistics, nearly 50% of marine turbocharger consumption is supplied by MAN.
Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI). MET Turbochargers were introduced in the 1960s to meet the market demand for higher engine efficiency and power generation. MET Turbochargers have now become one of the leading suppliers of exhaust gas turbochargers for large engines at sea and on land.
Headquartered in Lincoln, United Kingdom, Napier has extensive experience in designing and manufacturing modern industrial turbochargers.
In its 200-year history, Napier is known for its outstanding technical solutions. According to statistics, over 50,000 Napier turbochargers have been produced and installed in the maritime, power generation, and railway industries.