Turbocharging technology for flexibility and performance no matter where you are
Variable turbine geometry (VTG) helps to control the boost pressure that a turbocharger supplies to the engine so that the air-to-fuel ratio can be adjusted flexibly for varying ambient conditions. So engines in long-haul locomotives can save as much as 4 percent on average on fuel, at a wider range of temperatures and altitudes. Engines in power plants can use different compositions of gas. VTG offers more performance and flexibility no matter where you are.