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BorgWarner comes up with Compact Floating Core with EGR for Commercial Vehicles

BorgWarner comes up with Compact Floating Core with EGR for Commercial Vehicles

The world is facing a serious concern of environmental degradation, especially the emission issues. Various governments have implemented severe regulations in terms of emission norms. Thus, to back the commercial vehicle makers in meeting future and current emission regulations, an American automotive component manufacturer, BorgWarner has created a new exhaust gas recirculation coolers integrated with a compact floating core.
Contrasting with usual solutions that must be explicitly designed for every individual application, the company provides four highly compliant standard designs that cover the broad range of engine size starting from 2.0–16.0 Liter capacity with high flexibility. The EGR solution presents superior coolant distribution with low coolant flow & high performance, stoutness against thermal fatigue, and decrease NOX emissions.

President and General Manager, BorgWarner Emissions & Thermal Systems, Joe Fadool said, “The commercial vehicle segment mandatorily needs solutions such as EGR, which reduces functional complexities and offers an exceptional output. There is a need for such high durability components. With the efficient practical results and owing to high flexibility, large numbers of manufacturers see great potential in these products to beat the concern of emissions and meet the requirement of stringent regulations.

With the floating inner core and hybrid tube heat transfer technology, the EGR coolers are intended to operate firmly to high-level thermal load.

Compact Floating Core

A supplier of Tier 1 category says it has assembled a thermomechanical damper in the design to enable absolute decoupling of inner core equipment and shell to sop up angular and longitudinal differences for enhancing durability. It also offers additional cooling for inlet gas to decline the thermal shock and facilitates enhanced gas delivery to the tubes, resulting in oppose thermal fatigue.

Moreover, cooled inlet gas and damper drops the temperature that is gained, which as a result decreases thermal stress. For example, the temperature of the inlet gas box is kept under 200°C, when the system is functioned at an exhaust temperature of 850°C.

The high standard design also lessens the effect of engine transitory over the durability of EGR cooler. The design of the four newly developed coolers facilitates to interchange the component from one application to other, with an exclusion of fixture and housing, resulting in high-cost efficiency and flexibility for specially made solutions.

This controlling of the temperature of gas internally and delivering an emission free gas will significantly help to reduce the emission levels caused majorly due to high utilization of diesel and petrol engines.

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