DEI Introduces T25/T28 Titanium™ Turbo Shield with LR™ Technology

 

Boosts HP – Manages Turbo Heat withTitanium-like Strength and Durability

 

Avon Lake, Ohio (April 5, 2011) – Turbochargers generate a lot of heat and without protection and can potentially affect under-the-hood components and overall turbo performance.   Now there is a way to manage excessive turbo heat in the turbine housing and related radiant heat under the hood with DEI’s new T25/T28 Titanium™ Turbo Shield with LR™ Technology.  Much like DEI’s T3, T4, and T6 shields, the T25/T28 handles direct continuous heat in the turbine up to 1800°F (980°C), and up to 2500°F (1370°C) of radiant heat.  The T25/T28 Titanium Turbo Shield combines two highly effective insulators - pulverized lava rock, extruded into fibers then woven into a tight weave, and high temperature rated silica insulation padding, to provide the ultimate protection against extreme heat.

 

This improvement in under-hood thermal management helps keep more heat inside the turbo to assist in faster spool-up while reducing radiant temperature. The result is cooler air intake temperatures for improved performance and a boost in horsepower. 

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Less heat circulating in the engine bay also means reducing the chances of “heat soak” conditions on vital under-hood components. The T25/T28 Turbo Shield's ability to reduce under-hood temperature also assists in eliminating heat transfer to a vehicle’s interior for overall ride comfort.

 

Custom engineered to fit the T25 and other OEM turbos with integral wastegates, the new T25/T28 Turbo Shield supports a multitude of applications neglected by other manufactures.  Anchoring hooks have been incorporated and strategically located on the shield as a way for fastening it securely to the turbine housing.  The T25/T28 Turbo Shield has a cool carbon fiber look, and is sold separately or as a kit that includes a 2 inch wide by 15 foot roll of Titanium down pipe wrap, two 14 inch stainless steel locking ties, and 5 feet of fastening wire.  Everything is included for a quick and simple install.

 

For more information on Design Engineering’s new T25/T28 Titanium Turbo Shield, Titanium Exhaust Wrap and other DEI thermal tuning products, visit:  call jrp @ 905 822 7223 or email info@jrponline.com

 About Design Engineering, Inc. (DEI)

Design Engineering, Inc. (DEI), founded in 1995 by the late Dale Markley and based in Avon Lake, Ohio, is the leading aftermarket supplier of thermal tuning, heat, and sound control products.  Additionally, DEI manufactures Ny-Trex™ nitrous systems and components that are sold nationwide to the motorsports, automotive, motorcycle, powersports, and marine enthusiast markets.  DEI engineered products offer the most effective means to improve an engine’s cooling efficiency to enhance performance.  In 2009, Design Engineering entered the turbocharging market by partnering with SPA Turbo of Brazil to become the official North America supplier of SPA turbos and components.

 


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