Operation Manual TPL65-A33 ABB Turbo Systems Ltd CH 5401 Baden Type TPL65-A33 HT563865 Mmax Mmax °C Bmax Bmax 01230 Application according to Year 2016 the Operation Manual made in Switzerland ABB Turbocharging...
In case the operation conditions differs signiﬁ cantly from what is considered to be normal for the cur- rent application, it is recommended to contact ABB for a re-calculation of replacement intervals. Frequent load alterations, high temperatures and high speed lower the life of components.
Operation Manual This Operation Manual enables you to familiarize yourself with the turbocharger supplied by ABB Turbo Systems and to use it as intended. It provides important information in order that the turbocharger can be operated safely, correctly and efficiently.
Any other use will be regarded as a special application which must first be discussed with ABB Turbo Systems. The manufacturer accepts no liability for other applications. If it is used otherwise, ABB Turbo Systems reserves the right to reject all warranty claims.
Storage of new turbochargers and spare parts up to 6 months New turbochargers and cartridge groups from ABB Turbo Systems can be stored in sealed packaging without additional mothballing measures for up to 6 months from the date of delivery (marked by the VCI label on the packaging).
Page 11 spare parts Long-term storage of replacement turbochargers or spare parts Per order, turbochargers or cartridge groups will be prepared by ABB Turbo Systems for prolonged storage. The package is equipped with a hygrometer (see the figure). The following measures are required every 6 months: Check the hygrometer (2) in the sight-glass.
Definition of caution / warning The caution and warning signs are described in the chapter Safety. ABB Turbo Systems In this document, ABB Turbo Systems Ltd is abbreviated to ABB Turbo Systems. Official ABB Turbo Systems service stations In this document, official service stations are referred to as ABB Turbocharging Service Stations.
A rating plate is attached to the turbocharger foot, one on the left and one on the right. In the case of turbochargers with insulation supplied by ABB Turbo Systems, at least one additional rating plate is attached to the insulation of the gas outlet casing.
Page 19 Safety Introduction Turbochargers manufactured by ABB Turbo Systems are state of the art and comply with the pertinent safety and health-protection requirements that applied when the turbocharger was manufactured. Consequently, the turbocharger is safe to operate. Nevertheless, during turbocharger...
Warning plates on the turbocharger Page 21 Warning plates on the turbocharger Warnings that have been attached to turbochargers by ABB Turbo Systems must not be removed. Illegible warnings must be replaced with new ones. Further information is available from ABB Turbocharging service stations.
Wear safety gloves against thermal risks. Hot surfaces on uninsulated turbochargers Uninsulated turbochargers can cause serious personal injuries (burns). The turbocharger is supplied by ABB Turbo Systems without insulation WARNING depending on the order from the engine builder. In this case, the engine builder is responsible for insulating the turbocharger properly or for providing protection against hot surfaces being touched.
Heed any country-specific regulations. Periodic checking of the pressure vessel The pressure vessels used by ABB Turbo Systems, such as those for wet or dry cleaning, are so-called "simple pressure vessels". The local, statutory regulations covering periodic checks of pressure vessels must be observed.
If oily liquid continues to escape after this period, an oil leak must be suspected. The first step is to check for leakage of the oil NOTICE supply to the turbocharger. If this is leaky, contact an official ABB Turbocharging service station. 3.2.4 Inspection after 100 service hours Clean or replace lubricating oil filters after the first 100 service hours.
Systems. Service inspection after 5 years To prevent age- and stoppage-related machine damage, an inspection by an ABB Turbocharging Service Station is recommended at the latest NOTICE 5 years after the last service. 4.2.1 Service work every 25 … 50 hours Check visually for air, exhaust gas, water and oil leaks.
Inspect and assess bearing parts and rotor. 4.2.5 Service work every 24000 … 36000 hours The replacement of bearing parts as well as the inspection and assessment of the rotor must be carried out by an ABB Turbocharging Service Station. Disassemble turbocharger. Measure clearances.
If the engine can be stopped for a short time: Inspect the air and gas lines as well as the turbocharger and eliminate any problems. In any event, it is recommended that you contact the nearest ABB Turbocharging Service Station. 4.4.2...
Cleaning of the compressor during operation is carried out using the cleaning method described in the following: Wet cleaning This cleaning method has been tested and approved by ABB Turbo Systems. To clean the compressor stage while in operation, water is injected in front...
Operating state prerequisites for cleaning compressor with XC2 To be able to carry out a satisfactory cleaning process that has been tested and is recommended by ABB Turbo Systems, the following prerequisites must be fulfilled: Engine load 50 … 85% ...
Operating state prerequisites for compressor cleaning with XC3 To be able to carry out a satisfactory cleaning process that has been tested and is recommended by ABB Turbo Systems, the following prerequisites must be fulfilled: Engine load 50 … 85% ...
If the cleaning results are still not satisfactory after three attempts and the engine values are also unsatisfactory, we recommend that you have NOTICE the turbocharger inspected and cleaned by an official ABB Turbocharging Service Station. Cleaning parameters per turbocharger compressor...
When cleaning the turbine components during operation, use wet Cleaning method cleaning. This cleaning method has been tested and approved by ABB Turbo Systems. Prerequisites for wet cleaning are that the engine builder approves the process and his instructions are followed.
Recommended operating state for turbine wet cleaning The following operating state and prerequisites have been tested and approved by ABB Turbo Systems for the cleaning process: The engine has just been started or the engine load has been reduced ...
The maximum volume of water allowed in individual cases must be determined together with an ABB Turbocharging service station. The influence of the cleaning water on peripheral equipment, such as a boiler, must be clarified by the operator.
Certain tolerances must be observed to avoid a significant loss of efficiency. If there is any doubt about the extent of rubbing, then an ABB Turbocharging Service Station must be contacted. Have a dimension check carried out by an ABB Turbocharging Service Station.
Prolonged or periodic surging Possible damage to components, such as the compressor wheel, turbine blades, bearings and filter silencer CAUTION Have the cause clarified immediately by an ABB Turbocharging service station and rectified. Have components inspected for damage and, if necessary, replaced ...
Clean it. Defective oil pump in Check / replace it. lubricating system Manometer display wrong. Replace manometer. Turbocharger Rotor axial clearance too large Contact ABB Turbocharging service station. Drop in speed Possible causes Elimination Engine Defects of connected Contact engine builder.
This problem is eliminated by removing the gasket. Defective sensor Contact ABB Turbocharging service station. Measured Dirty sensor tip The sensor tip is magnetic and can thus speeds too attract metal particles.
CAUTION Only carry out those tasks that are described in this chapter. Marking casing positions for assembly ABB Turbo Systems recommends that the casing positions are marked before disassembling the turbocharger. NOTICE Identifying assembly devices Not all assembly devices are marked with a part number. They can be identified using the tool list.
Clearances out of tolerance and excessively worn components can be the cause of serious damage to machinery and property. CAUTION Have components assessed and, if necessary, replaced by an ABB Turbocharging Service Station. Connect oil lines and all air lines in accordance with engine builder’s ...
Page 112 up to 12 months The rotor and bearing parts must be dismantled and subsequently refitted by an ABB Turbocharging Service Station Clean all parts Coat plain surfaces of steel and cast parts with anticorrosive oil ...
The turbocharger remains mounted on the engine. The turbocharger casing remains mounted on the engine, but the rotor and the bearing parts are removed by an ABB Turbocharging Service Station and stored separately. The turbocharger is removed completely, either as a whole or in individual parts.
Turbocharger type Serial number (HT……) Description and part number Spare parts can be ordered from an official ABB Turbocharging Service Station. If different design versions have not been taken into consideration in this document, please contact an ABB Turbocharging Service Station.