Regenerated exhaust gas recirculation EGR for MAN D2026, TGX, TGA, TGS, TGM

OE part numbers
51081007141
51081007140
51081007152
51081007107
51081007151
51081007108
51081007130
51081007105
51081007106
51081007108
51081007197
51081007150
51081007109
51081007110
51081007111
51081007172
51081007196
Warranty 12 months

340,00

Deposit: 300,00

The offer includes regenerated exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) / exhaust gas cooler for MAN D2026, TGX, TGA, TGS, TGM.
Suitable for MAN D2026, TGX, TGA, TGS, TGM
Flue gas recirculator reconditioned in Poland, subjected to a heavy leak test process before shipment to the customer.
The product comes with a 12-month warranty, with no mileage limits.

Regeneration is the process of restoring used elements to their original technical and operational properties. In the case of regeneration of the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) for MAN MAN D2026, TGX, TGA, TGS, TGM, it consists in replacing the shell-and-tube cooler inside with a completely new one, including the replacement of gaskets, O-rings and throttle elements.. This process allows to obtain the original properties of the recirculation valve while retaining the old body, which translates into purchase costs and environmental impact.
The mechanism of the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve is simple. For the efficient operation of the engine, it is necessary to lower the temperature in the combustion chamber, which is an external exhaust gas recirculation system that uses exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), which is located on the engine’s exhaust manifold, from where part of the exhaust gas goes to the intake system. An efficiently operating exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve also reduces the emission of harmful nitrogen oxides by several dozen percent. An efficient EGR valve makes it possible to effectively control and control the amount of exhaust gases returned to the engine. Basic signs of damage to the exhaust gas recirculation:
– excessive fuel consumption
– uneven engine running, mainly at idle
– noticeable decrease in engine power
– greater wear of other components (engine, turbine, exhaust system)
– engine overheating
– in extreme cases, total engine damage including seizure