BorgWarner Expands North American Reman Turbocharger Line - Engine Builder Magazine

BorgWarner Expands North American Reman Turbocharger Line

BorgWarner is expanding its North American REMAN turbocharger line to include turbochargers of all brands. REMAN—or remanufactured—turbochargers combine the quality of a new original turbocharger with the competitiveness of a remanufactured system.

BorgWarner is expanding its North American REMAN turbocharger line to include turbochargers of all brands. REMAN—or remanufactured—turbochargers combine the quality of a new original turbocharger with the competitiveness of a remanufactured system. They are professionally restored with new production validated parts on BorgWarner series assembly lines to meet the same high-quality performance standards as new turbochargers. All BorgWarner REMAN turbochargers are backed by a 12-month unlimited mileage warranty.

“Trucking fleet, agricultural and construction equipment operators demand durability and component availability. BorgWarner REMAN turbochargers are an economical solution that helps owners get the most for their investment,” said Frédéric Lissalde, President and General Manager, BorgWarner Turbo Systems. “Over one million turbochargers around the world have been revitalized through our REMAN program, offering cost-conscious customers a high-quality alternative to a new turbocharger. Remanufacturing also contributes to a significant reduction in landfill waste and requires less energy and natural resources than producing brand new units.”

BorgWarner’s REMAN process involves completely disassembling the unit, replacing damaged or worn parts with new OEM-qualified parts, reconditioning serviceable parts using proven cleaning technologies, re-assembling the turbocharger on the most advanced assembly lines in the world, and high-speed core rebalancing of the turbocharger rotating assembly. Advanced testing procedures confirm high quality.

A broad range of REMAN turbochargers with first-class aftermarket service support is available from local BorgWarner distributors. For more information: www.turbodriven.com.

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