Aerospace aluminum material
713C inconel material
.58 T4 divided 3", 3.5", or 4" V band
.68 T4 undivided 3", 3.5, or 4" V band
.70 T4 divided 3", 3.5", or 4" V band
.81 T4 undivided 3", 3.5", or 4" V band
.84 T4 divided 3", 3.5", or 4" V band
.96 T4 undivided 3", 3.5", or 4" V band
1.15 T4 divided 3", 3.5", or 4" V band
1.32 T4 divided 3", 3.5", or 4" V band
- Part Number:
- 437279-1C (TRIPLEX CERAMIC Bearings)
- Oil only
- Water only (Oil-less)
CT43 Turbocharger with a CT72 Compressor wheel, HE79 Turbine wheel. Perfect for 2.0 to 7.0 liter engines with power levels up to 950 HP.
Why choose Triplex Ceramic™ CT3B Technology
The Triplex Ceramic ball bearing technology results in several important performance improvements compared to a conventional sleeve bearing systems. One important advantage is that the Triplex Ceramic can carry both axial and radial loads so that the need for a conventional thrust bearing is eliminated. The power loss attributed to a conventional thrust bearing is proportional to the fourth power of the radius and can amount to several horsepower at the high speeds at which turbochargers operate. The Triplex Ceramic is capable of carrying both high thrust loads and radial loads at the same time and usually absorb only fractions of a HP due to the anti friction characteristics.
The Triplex Ceramic Ceramic balls are also 60% lighter than steel balls and operate with lower vibration levels. Since centrifugal forces are significantly reduced at high speeds, their service life is two to five times longer. There is less heat build-up in the ceramic bearings during operation and they can reach operational speed up to 50% higher than steel ball bearings. These favorable mechanical characteristics of the ceramic ball bearings make them an ideal choice for turbocharger bearing systems that run at high operating speeds and are subjected to high exhaust gas temperatures.