PurePower Technologies is expanding production of its turbocharger product, lineup including turbochargers for light-, medium- and heavy-duty truck engines.
The new offerings include remanufactured turbochargers for all makes.
PurePower earlier this year was acquired from Navistar by an investment group, allowing it to become an independent supplier of diesel fuel-injection systems, machining products and systems for medium- and heavy-duty trucks.
It offers assembly, remanufacturing and test lines for high-volume turbochargers. The company uses a modular approach for an assortment of all makes, sizes and model engines including wastegate and variable geometry turbochargers.
The company’s hot gas test and heavy-duty engine dynamometer cells provide real-world validation of the turbocharger to the original design intent, according to the company. With its 100% end-of-line cold functional test process, every turbo can be correlated back to the compressor map. NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) analysis will identify any hidden defects, which can affect long-term reliability of the turbo. The company’s engineering quality is certified to TS 16949.
"Over the last seven years serving as an in-house supplier to Navistar, we've invested more than $10 million in our turbocharger production capabilities," said Jerry Sweetland, president and CEO, PurePower Technologies. "Now that we are an independent company, we will continue to invest in the latest turbo technologies to ensure that we offer only the highest quality turbochargers for remanufactured and OEM applications."