Used to cool the hot, compressed air from the turbo before it reaches the engine, the intercoolers improve engine efficiency and reduce emissions for marine and land-based stationary engines.
Charge air coolers reduce the temperature of engine combustion air after it has passed through the turbocharger, improving the volumetric efficiency by providing a denser intake charge to the engine. Bowman manufacture a comprehensive range of charge air coolers designed for use with both marine and land-based stationary engines rated up to 850 kW.
The following information offers a general guide to the performance and dimensions of our standard range of charge air coolers. For more detailed information on additional configurations and specific applications, please download the product brochure. Computer aided selection software (CAS) can be used to accurately select the correct heat exchanger specifically for your application.
Note – Marine charge air coolers – otherwise known as intercoolers – use materials suitable for sea water to be used as the cooling medium. The drawing below is a marine charge air cooler and is fitted with Naval brass end covers.
Please contact us or your nearest stockist with the following information to receive a CAS selection: