Increases engine efficiency and power output
Turbine-driven device that forces extra air into the engine’s combustion chamber.
The turbo consists of a turbine and a compressor coupled by a common shaft. Operation of the turbo depends on the engine’s exhaust gases. The energy of the exhaust gas flow is extracted and enables the turbocharger compressor to pump the air.
The part operation depends on various components across various systems in the vehicle i.e. exhaust system, air intake/pressure system, lubrication, engine management with electric parts and in some cases including cooling system.
OE Matching quality
The overall product quality including finish, materials and testing matches strict automotive OE standards.
Reliability & Performance
Our turbos undergo an advanced series of tests, performed both internally and by independent technological institutes, within:
• Durability and performance
• Field test
• Vehicle exhaust emissions
• Engine power output
• Vehicle fuel economy
+100 turbo models as initial range
+25 turbo models under development.
First Fit Product: All that is important for installation is included in the product box.
Fits the engine layout and the relevant connections smoothly. Fully compatible with vehicle systems.
Nissens' Product Benefits
Only the highest-rated component materials applied. Internal moving parts manufactured within proper tolerances,
and are precisely calibrated.
Well-organized technical support setup with six local technical centers including technical hotlines available at strategical locations in Europe.
A comprehensive training concept (NTC EEF) available for wholesalers’ network and independent garages worldwide.
Our comprehensive approach of the product development including design phase, materials applied and tests performed is thoroughly prepared to ensure a proven, reliable operation of the turbo that is matching the lifetime of the vehicle engine.
In Perfect Condition
Factory new compressors, no need for exchange.
Turbo is a highly sophisticated and fragile component. Operates in extremely demanding and tough conditions: up to 250,000 RPM and 1,100°C of hot exhaust. Improper working conditions and specifically dirt and foreign objects inside the system can easily damage the turbo.
Turbo functionality relies on various systems in the vehicle. The vehicle regular service, good condition of the engine thus proper combustion as well properly operating systems such as engine lubrication, air intake system, exhaust system including EGR and DPF/catalyst (if applicable) are of crucial importance for the turbo proper operation and vitality.
Lubrication is one of the most critical aspects for the turbo operation. It eliminates frictions and cools down its key components. Limited oil flow to or/and from the turbo will lead the turbo to an accelerated wear and tear.