Industrial Turbocharger: Introduction
- A turbocharger comprises a pair of fans that harness waste exhaust power from the back of an engine to cram more air into the front, delivering more efficiency and more power. A turbocharger is made of two main sections: the turbine and the compressor.
- A turbocharger is used to compress more air flowing into the engine’s cylinder. When air is compressed, the oxygen molecules are packed closer together. This increase in air means that more fuel can be added for the same-sized naturally aspirated engine. Consequently, this generates increased mechanical power and enhances the overall efficiency of the combustion process. Therefore, the engine size can be reduced for a turbocharged engine leading to better packaging, weight saving benefits, and overall improved fuel economy.
- A turbocharger is a simple, relatively inexpensive, extra bit of kit that can provide more power from the same engine
Rise in demand in gasoline turbochargers, hybrid vehicles, and electrification
- Diesel engines have become more mature; all diesel vehicles are equipped with turbochargers as fuel economy and emission have become a concern, which has prompted regulations.
- Simulation, additive manufacturing, big data, and cloud computing is a well-integrated part of the turbocharger development process. Rise in demand for emission reduction and electrification boosts the development of new technologies.
- Turbocharging has become one of the go-to technologies in order to downsize combustion engines and reduce emissions but maintain performance
- Turbochargers are being increasingly adopted in various industries such as marine, oil & gas, power generation, mining and earthmoving equipment, and rails. Industrial turbochargers are also being integrated in farming equipment such as tractors, harvesters, threshing machines, and trucks.
- Hybrid vehicles are expected to be fitted with a turbo or multiple turbo systems, which in turn is estimated to propel the industrial turbochargers market
- Vehicles featuring electric motors and battery powered systems with low maintenance cost and longer product life are expected to hamper the automotive segment of the turbochargers market during the forecast period
Europe to account for prominent share of global market
- Europe is a prominent market for industrial turbochargers. Stringent and new emission norms are estimated to increase sales and market share held by Europe by complying with regulation without compromising in performance, size, and design.
- Asia Pacific is projected to follow Europe and increase its share in the global market. Countries such as China are enacting stringent emissions regulations which are estimated to boost the development of turbochargers. The market in China is anticipated to expand at a significant pace. The industrial turbocharge market in other countries such as Japan, India, and Korea, is estimated to expand at a moderate pace during the forecast period.
- North America is expected to witness the trend of downsizing of engines and an increase in adoption of turbocharged engines. The expected recovery of the market in South America is likely to further propel the global market in the next few years.
Key Players Operating in Industrial Turbocharger Market
Companies holding notable share in the global turbocharger manufacturing industry include
- Toyota Industries
- Bosch Mahle
Global: Industrial Turbocharger Market Research Scope
Global Industrial Turbocharger Market, by Type
- Electric Turbo
- Variable Geometry Turbocharger
Global Industrial Turbocharger Market, by Fuel
Global Industrial Turbocharger Market, by Industry or End-user
- Oil & Gas
- Power Generation
- Mining and Earthmoving Equipment
- Farming Equipment
Global Industrial Turbocharger Market, by Region
- North America
- Rest of North America
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Middle East & Africa
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
- South America
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