Boosting Technologies

As a leading supplier of innovative boosting technologies, BorgWarner is a competent partner to the automotive industry worldwide. Focusing on clean and efficient propulsion solutions, the company offers a variety of turbocharging solutions for combustion and hybrid vehicles of all sizes. No matter which kind of technology customers are looking for, BorgWarner offers the right solution for every application.

Light Vehicle Solutions

Supplying almost every OEM around the globe, BorgWarner’s product portfolio for light vehicles includes further developed classic turbochargers as well as high-performance solutions such as the company’s regulated two-stage (R2S®) turbocharging system and the latest variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbochargers. In addition, with its holistic approach and full-scope expertise, BorgWarner supports its customers in determining the right turbocharging solution for their product while complying with ever more stringent emissions regulations.

Wastegate Turbochargers

BorgWarner’s offers a broad range of wastegate turbochargers for both diesel and gasoline applications. High-efficient compressor and turbine stages allow best matching to individual customer needs.

Wastegate Diesel

Our range of different wastegate turbochargers for diesel engines stretches from the extremely compact B01 to the K03 for light commercial vehicles and covers engines with displacements from approximately 0.8 to 3.0 liters. BorgWarner offers the most suitable turbocharger based on your requirements and the space available.

Wastegate Diesel

Wastegate Diesel

Features:

  • Dedicated thermodynamics and materials for upcoming emissions legislation (EU6d, Bejing6.2, LEV30)
  • High-efficient turbine and compressor stages
  • Proven and reliable designs

 

Benefits:

  • Reliable and cost-efficient boosting technology
  • Flexible, robust, low-weight and compact packaging
  • Reduced fuel consumption and emissions

Wastegate Gasoline

Meeting highest quality standards, BorgWarner’s wastegate turbochargers for gasoline applications are capable of handling the high thermal stress occurring in gasoline engines. Offering a broad range of different versions, BorgWarner's solutions can be utilized in engines with a displacement ranging from 0.9 to 3.0 liters.

Wastegate Gasoline

Wastegate Gasoline

Features:

  • System ready for the latest engine trends (Miller, Flex Fuel, etc.)
  • Heat-resistant materials (up to 1050 °C)
  • Dedicated compressor and turbine stages
  • Available with single- and twin-scroll as well as dualvolute turbine designs
  • Pneumatic and electric actuation for wastegate and integrated compressor recirculation valve (CRI)
  • Ball bearing optional

Benefits:

  • Excellent response and power density as well as improved engine performance
  • Optimized NVH (noise, vibration and harshness)
  • Improved fuel economy and reduced emissions

Variable Turbine Geometry (VTG)

Our variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbochargers ensure precise adjustment to the relevant engine operative points. Equipped with adjustable, electrically actuated vanes that control the pressure upstream of the turbine, BorgWarner's VTG turbochargers enable nearly instant acceleration and optimum power output.

Variable Turbine Geometry (VTG) Turbocharger

Variable Turbine Geometry (VTG) Turbocharger

Variable Turbine Geometry (VTG)

VTG Diesel

Controlled by either pneumatic or electrical actuators, BorgWarner's reliable and durable VTG turbochargers offer high degrees of efficiency for applications with a displacement of between 1.4 and 3.0 liters.

 

VTG Diesel

VTG Diesel

Features:

  • CFD-optimized and patented vane design
  • Electrically actuated vanes
  • High efficient compressor and turbine stages
  • Low-pressure EGR capability

Benefits:   

  • Quick response at low engine speeds
  • Allows rapid rise in boost pressure
  • Ball bearing option

VTG Gasoline

Featuring a robust VTG mechanism, our solution for gasoline engines provides reliable operation even under the toughest conditions. In addition, BorgWarner’s VTG turbochargers are the key to meeting ambitious boost pressure requirements. In Miller gasoline engines, the technology provides good LET capability and reduced fuel consumption with a moderate specific power output.

VTG Gasoline

VTG Gasoline

Features:

  • Excellent thermodynamic adjustment to Miller gasoline engines
  • Exhaust temperature capability up to 950°C
  • Available with and without a wastegate

Benefits:

  • Improved thermodynamics and excellent engine response in the lower rpm range
  • Lowered emissions and enhanced fuel efficiency
  • Excellent transient performance

Multistage Turbocharging Systems

BorgWarner's leading regulated two-stage (R2S®) turbocharger solution for passenger cars combines VTG or wastegate turbochargers in a compact design. Featuring small high-pressure and larger low-pressure turbochargers, the solution improves boost pressure over the entire engine operating range. 

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Multistage Turbocharging Systems

Features:

  • Customization options allow all customer requirements to be met
  • High-performance variants with up to 4 turbochargers available
  • Compact design solutions to meet limited space

Benefits:

  • Significant increases in power density
  • Enable engine downsizing for considerable reductions in fuel consumption
  • Improve torque, performance and exhaust gas recirculation rates while reducing emissions

Regulated 2-Stage Turbocharging (R2S®)
Schematic of the R2S®
Schematic of the R2S®

Commercial Vehicle Solutions

In addition to further developments of conventional turbochargers, BorgWarner’s product portfolio for commercial vehicles includes turbochargers featuring both wastegate and variable turbine geometry (VTG). The company's multi-stage turbocharging solution (R2S®) is also available. By offering a broad portfolio of different effective technologies, we are able to provide the optimum solution to our various customers at all times, and this supports them in optimizing the entire system of their internal combustion engines.

Wastegate

With our broad spectrum of different sizes and types of our proven and reliable wastegate turbochargers, we improve performance for applications with a wide range of demands, including commercial vehicles, construction and agricultural machinery as well as industrial and marine engines.  

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Wastegate Turbocharger

Features:

  • Supports engine displacements from 4.5 to 16 liters
  • Developed for applications between 20 and 600 kW
  • Ball bearing optional

Benefits:

  • Increases fuel economy
  • Provides outstanding performance
  • Supports OEMs in complying with new and more stringent emissions regulations

Variable Turbine Geometry (VTG)

As a pioneer in developing VTG turbochargers for commercial vehicles and off-highway applications, BorgWarner offers its technologies for engines with a displacement ranging between 2 and 16 liters. In doing so, the company supports manufacturers in both improving performance and lowering emissions for the majority of their products.

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VTG for Commercial Vehicles

Features:

  • "Roller-free" mechanism for corrosion and debris resistance optimizes material selection for high-temperature operation
  • Reliable pneumatic or electric actuation
  • Swing Vane Mechanism varies flow nozzle and flow vector

Benefits:

  • Optimized fuel efficiency and improved transient response
  • Maximum calibration flexibility
  • Allows a large number of engine emissions strategies

Multistage Turbocharging Systems

With its extensive knowledge of turbocharging technologies, BorgWarner is able to offer customers the combination of turbochargers that best meets their demands. Regardless of whether it consists of two wastegates, two VTG turbochargers or a mix of both types, the company's robust and highly efficient multistage turbocharging solution meets customer requirements at all times.

 

R2S CV

R2S for Commercial Vehicles

Features:

  • Seamless adaption to engine operating points
  • Optimized design helps manufacturers meet demanding system placement requirements
  • Vacuum or electric actuation

Benefits:

  • Contributes to enhanced fuel economy and reduced emissions
  • Improves torque, performance and exhaust gas recirculation rates
  • Allows significant increases in power density
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Electric Boosting Technologies
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