Comp Turbo Technology CTR Patented Triplex Ceramic Air-Cooled Turbocharger

Comp Turbo Technology CTR Patented Triplex Ceramic Air-Cooled Turbocharger

The latest innovation from Comp Turbo Technology is the air-cooled turbocharger that, after extensive testing, is now available in production. This new model, covering 300 to 3500 HP, directs cooling air internally from behind the compressor wheel into the cooling jacket in the bearing housing. Oil and Water lines are eliminated. The amount of cooling air increases with turbocharger speed so cooling is maximized where the need is greatest. compturbotechnology.com

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