Cummins to detail Dynamic Seal turbo technology

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Cummins has announced that Cummins Turbo Technologies’ latest research on improving the dynamic seal on turbochargers will be revealed at the Supercharging Conference in Dresden.

With the research into turbocharger oil seal systems, the company hopes to achieve new levels of seal performance from conventional dynamic sealing technology. Cummins believes the increased understanding will provide a leap in turbo performance.

The company is also set to showcase its latest concept design. Co-developed by Cummins Turbo Technologies and Cummins Emission Solutions, the Integrated System drives efficiencies across the aftertreatment and turbocharger systems without compromising on the value it adds to the engine.

Cummins’ Integrated System consists of three core technologies: an Integrated Rotary Turbine Control (RTC) Valve; a Close Coupled Unit; and a new Cummins UL4 Urea Doser injector.

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