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Turbo Screen

Parker’s turbo screen for turbocharged engines are designed to easily and economically replace the existing perforated plate screen section in the turbo exhaust manifold.

Description
    The Parker turbo screen is designed to easily and economically replace the existing perforated plate screen section in the exhaust manifold of engines.

    A turbo exhaust manifold is a chamber into which the exhaust from each of the multiple cylinders is collected. The exhaust gases are directed out through the turbo screen, and out ultimately through an exhaust stack. The Parker turbo screen plays an important role in the exhaust manifold process. It is located towards the end of the exhaust process, preventing major environmental and safety issues from happening.

    Features/Benefits
    • Concave design for better impact resistance
    • Turbo screen shape allows for better thermal expansion
    • Curved surface allows excellent thermal cycling properties and higher open area without compromising turbo protection
    • 10% more opening area to allow for a lower pressure drop (5” H2O less at 20,000 cfm)
    • Traditionally pressure drop reduction translate to a fuel consumption savings
Description

Performance Characteristics

Material

Carbon Steel

Application

EMD Turbo Engine (645 & 710)

Weight (lbs)

36.1

Weight (kg)

16.37

TechSpecification

Starburst or concave Design

Exterior Coating

Painted

Markets

Railroad, Marine and Industrial