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Our range of turbochargers

More power, less fuel, lower emissions

Contents

A100-L
For the smallest to the largest 2-stroke marine diesel engines

A100-M / H radial
For most advanced medium- and high-speed engines

TPS-F
For modern small medium-speed and large high-speed diesel and gas engines

TPS-D / E
For small medium-speed and high-speed diesel and gas engines

TPL-C
For modern 4-stroke medium-speed diesel and gas engines

TPL-A
For 4-stroke medium to large diesel and gas engines

TPR
For 4-stroke diesel engines used on heavy-duty locomotives

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TPL-B
For large 2-stroke marine diesel engines

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TPL 91-B
For the largest and most powerful 2-stroke diesel engines

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PTL
For use with high-efficiency 2-stroke marine engines

13

VTR
For 2-stroke, low-speed and 4-stroke, medium-speed
heavy-duty diesel engines

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VTC
A compact turbocharger for diesel engines

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RR
For use on high-speed diesel engines and on gas engines

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A100-L
For the smallest to the largest 2-stroke marine diesel engines.

ABB Turbochargings A100-L series of advanced single stage


turbochargers is conceived to give operators of low-speed
2-stroke marine engines market leading levels of performance,
emissions compliance, application flexibility, total cost of ownership and operational safety. The engine application range
extends from 4,000 kW to 30,000 kW.

Characteristics
Record high turbocharger efficiency in excess of 75 %
High pressure ratios up to 5.0 combined with high specific air volume flow
Exceptionally wide compressor map for flexible and adaptable turbocharging
Lower noise levels than predecessors in standard configuration
Emergency lube oil system integrated into bearing casing
Long exchange intervals
bearings:

36,000 operating hours

Compressor pressure ratio

Optional equipment
Turbocharger cut-out for dual rating applications, etc.
Power turbine for enhanced engine efficiency with stand-alone generator
or with steam turbine for recovery of both kinetic and thermal energy
Air outlet silencer to further reduce engine room noise
Filter silencer casing for ambient air suction, resulting in lower engine fuel

4.6

consumption

4.4
4.2
4.0

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

Volume flow

TPL 91-B
A190-L

TPL 85-B
A185-L

A180-L

A175-L

TPL 80-B

TPL 77-B

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A165-L
TPL 73-B
A170-L

rotating parts: 100,000 operating hours

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50 V [m3/s]

A100-M / H radial
For most advanced medium- and high-speed engines.

Designed to meet the most demanding engine and application


requirements in the current and future markets for both,
medium- and high-speed diesel and gas engines, the
A100-M / H turbochargers with radial turbines strive for the
ultimate combination of technology, performance and optimum life cycle costs.
Being one step ahead, the A100-M / H focuses at all times
on being one of the key technology enablers for high turbocharging and engine performance in combination with high
reliability even under harsh operating conditions.

Compressor pressure ratio

Characteristics

A155

A150

A145

A140

A135

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A130

Setting the latest benchmark in single stage turbocharging


with pressure ratios up to 5.8, the A100-M / H radial type
turbocharger series, with its recent extension, the two larger
frame sizes A150-M and A155-M, covers a wide range
of turbocharged engine power from 400 kW to more than
5,000 kW per turbocharger.

Highest single stage pressure ratios up to 5.8 at outstandingly


high efficiencies

5.8

Cooled and uncooled aluminum compressor stages for optimum

5.6

matching to a maximum range of applications

5.4

Overall installation dimensions compatible with earlier

5.2

TPS-F turbocharger models

5.0

Recent turbocharger range extensions by two larger frame sizes


TPS-F

4.8

Modular design for high matching flexibility at minimum cost

4.6

Multiple gas inlet casings for pulse charged applications

4.4

Maintenance and service friendliness designed-in

4.2

Covers engines with power outputs from 400 kW to well above 5,000 kW

4.0

per turbocharger
1

V [m3/s]

Volume flow

Options
State-of-the-art turbine cleaning and material characteristics for
continuous operation on HFO
Cooled bearing casings and advanced material characteristics for
high turbine inlet temperatures on gas engines

TPS-F
For modern small medium-speed and large high-speed
diesel and gas engines.

Characteristics
Mixed flow turbine with nozzle ring for constant pressure
and pulse applications
Versions with variable turbine geometry available
Three different radial compressor designs cover the full range of
pressure ratio and volume flow rate requirements
Air recirculation for a larger surge margin
Single-piece, oil-cooled bearing casing
Internal plain bearing with squeeze oil damping
Clamp connection flanges for flexible casing orientation and
easy disassembly
Same outline dimensions as the TPS-D / E
Proven turbocharger containment with internal and
external burst protection rings

TPS 61

TPS 57

TPS 48

TPS 52

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F31
F32
F33

5.0
TPS-E

4.5

TPS-D
4.0
3.5
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

The TPS-F is a compact turbocharger featuring highest


durability for modern small medium-speed and large highspeed diesel and gas engines in the 400 kW to 3,300 kW
power range. Three series offer full-load pressure ratios of
up to 4.75, 5.0 and 5.2.

TPS 44

Oil inlet and exit located at bottom

3.0
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5
Volume flow

V [m3/s]

TPS-D / E
For small medium-speed and high-speed
diesel and gas engines.

The TPS-D / E turbocharger is designed for small mediumspeed and high-speed diesel and gas engines with power
outputs in a range from 500 kW to 3,000 kW.

Characteristics
Mixed flow turbine with nozzle ring for constant pressure
and pulse applications
Versions with variable turbine geometry available
Two different radial compressor designs for pressure ratios of up to 4.5
Single-piece, oil-cooled bearing casing
(water-cooled casing for gas engines)
Internal plain bearing design with squeeze oil damping
Clamp connection flanges for flexible casing orientation and
easy disassembly
Proven turbine containment with internal and external burst protection rings

TPS 61

TPS 57

TPS 52

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TPS 48

Oil inlet and exit located at bottom

E-version

4.5
4.0
3.5
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

D-version
5.0

3.0
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5

V [m3/s]

Volume flow

TPL-C
For modern 4-stroke medium-speed diesel
and gas engines.

The TPL-C turbocharger is designed for modern 4-stroke


medium-speed diesel and gas engines in a power range
from 3,000 to 12,000 kW per turbocharger.

Characteristics
Modular, compact design featuring easy maintenance and variable
positioning of casings and flanges
Radial compressor and axial turbine for increased volume flows,
efficiencies and pressure ratios
Compressor stages with air recirculation for improved surge margin and
enlarged map width
Enabler for engine compliance with strict emissions legislations
Axial and radial gas inlet casings, with one or more inlets, for pulse
(TPL 67-C / TPL 71-C only) and quasi-constant charging systems
Round gas outlet flange for TPL 67-C / TPL 71-C;
TPL 67-C / TPL 71-C

rectangular-to-round adapter piece available for TPL 76-C and TPL 79-C
Optional compressor cooling extends application range with
aluminium wheels

TPL 79

TPL 76

TPL 71

C32

without compressor cooling option

C33
C34

5.0

C35
C36

4.5
4.0
3.5
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

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TPL 67

Robust foot and new filter silencer minimize vibration

3.0
5

10

15

20

V [m3/s]

Volume flow

TPL 76-C, TPL 79-C available only with suction branch

TPL-A
For 4-stroke medium to large diesel
and gas engines.

The TPL-A turbocharger is designed for 4-stroke medium


to large diesel and gas engines with outputs of 2,500 kW to
12,500 kW.

Characteristics
Axial turbine, suitable for constant pressure and pulse turbocharging
Variable turbine geometry (VTG) available for TPL 65A
Different compressor designs cover the full range of
pressure ratio and volume flow rate requirements
Bearing assembly with free-floating thrust disk and squeeze oil damping
Integrated turbine and compressor washing nozzles
Round gas outlet flanges; no need to fit adapter pieces
Oil inlet and exit located at bottom

TPL 77

TPL 73

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TPL 65
TPL 69

Modular design; flexible positioning of casings and flanges

A30
A32
A33
A36

4.5
4.0
3.5
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

A10
5.0

3.0
5

10

15

20

V [m3/s]

Volume flow

TPR
For 4-stroke diesel engines used on heavy-duty locomotives.

The TPR turbocharger platform was developed for 4-stroke


diesel engines with outputs of 1,500 to 3,500 kW. Its unique
construction includes numerous features designed specifically
to ensure total reliability in heavy duty rail applications.

Characteristics
Compact, robust and rigid construction
High overall efficiency at highest boost pressures
integral turbine without damping wire
single-piece radial compressor with flow stabilizer
optimized bearing assembly
Uncooled gas casings
Unique patented foot fixation
Variable turbine geometry (VTG) as option (drop-in)
integrated actuator
boost pressure control

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TPR 56-F
TPR ..-A

4.5

at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

TPR 61-F

4.0

1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 V [m3/s]
Volume flow

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TPL-B
For large 2-stroke marine diesel engines.

The TPL-B turbocharger is designed primarily for large 2-stroke


marine diesel engines. Five frame sizes cover an engine output
range from 3,000 to 28,000 kW per turbocharger.

Characteristics
Simple, robust and compact design
Radial compressor, axial wide-chord turbine blades
Very high efficiencies and volume flow rates
Internal plain bearings, lubricated by engine lube oil
Header lube oil tank (TPL 85-B and TPL 91-B with integrated emergency
lube oil system)
Uncooled casings, no water connections

TPL 91

TPL 85

TPL 80

4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

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TPL 77

TPL 73

Integrated connection and nozzles for wet turbine and compressor cleaning

2.5
5

10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45

V [m3/s]

Volume flow

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TPL 91-B
For the largest and most powerful 2-stroke diesel engines.

The TPL 91-B turbocharger is designed for the largest and


most powerful 2-stroke diesel engines. Engine applications
range from 20,000 kW to 28,000 kW per turbocharger.

Characteristics
Length, volume and weight minimized
Turbine with 2-piece diffuser
Compact rotor
Emergency lube oil system integrated into bearing casing
Simplified oil inlet / outlet connections
Rotor assembly can be removed as cartridge unit for service work
Optional compressor cooling extends application range with
aluminum wheels
Inducer casing bleed system for low noise level

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PTL power turbine


For use with high-efficiency 2-stroke marine engines.

ABBs PTL 3200 power turbine, with a maximum electrical


output of 3,200 kW, is designed for use with high-efficiency
2-stroke marine engines. It converts surplus exhaust gas
energy from the ships main engine into onboard energy for
a simultaneous reduction in engine emissions and fuel
consumption. Two waste heat recovery configurations are
available:
Stand-alone PTL driving a generator via a reduction
gearbox, for a 4 % saving in fuel and emissions.
PTL in conjunction with a steam turbine for fuel and
emissions savings in excess of 10 %.

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The earlier generation

VTR 304P

VTR 354P

VTR 454P

VTR 304

VTR 354

VTR 454
VTR 454D
VTR 564
VTR 564D

VTR 714
VTR 714D

VTR 564P

VTR 214P

VTR 254P
VTR 254

4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

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VTR 214

VTR
The VTR turbocharger is designed for 2-stroke, low-speed
and 4-stroke, medium-speed heavy duty diesel engines
(about 700 kW to 18,500 kW per turbocharger).

2.5
1

10

20 V [m3/s]

4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

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VTC 304

VTC 254

VTC 254P

VTC
The VTC turbocharger covers a diesel engine output range
from 1,500 to 3,200 kW. Compactness is achieved through
the use of internal plain bearings lubricated by the engine
lube oil system.

VTC 304P

Volume flow

2.5
1

5
Volume flow

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10

20 V [m3/s]

RR 221

RR 181

RR 131
RR 151

RR
The RR is a lightweight, low-cost turbocharger of robust
design, offering high efficiency, high gas-inlet temperature
capability and good compressor characteristics. The RR is
designed for an output range of about 500 kW to 1,800 kW.

4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

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2.5
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5

V [m3/s]

Volume flow

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