Turbolader Diagnose-Tool

Turbocharger diagnostic tool

Make your work easier!

The BTS turbocharger diagnostic tool, which we developed together with the tool manufacturer HAZET, is the "must-have" for every workshop.
Hose scale test

The BTS hose scale test offers you the possibility to measure the crankcase pressure in a simple way. Due to the fact that it is independent of the vehicle manufacturer, the BTS hose balance test can be used in almost all passenger cars.

Problems with the internal engine pressure are often manifested by oil loss at the turbocharger. The increased internal engine pressure causes resistance in the oil drain line of the turbocharger, preventing the oil from draining freely back into the oil pan. The oil is practically forced through the turbocharger into the exhaust system and/or intake line, even if the seal is intact. Added filter elements can ensure that oil mist enters the intake hose in front of the turbocharger via the exhaust hose of the crankcase ventilation.

Exhaust back pressure gauge

Also included in the BTS diagnostic tool set is the exhaust back pressure gauge.

Excessive exhaust back pressure is very problematic for the turbocharger, and sooner or later turbocharger failure will be unavoidable. On the one hand, the temperatures in the turbocharger rise, which increases the thermal load as well as the risk of coking oil and oil burn in the bearing. Furthermore, increased exhaust backpressure causes an axial thrust of the turbine shaft. This leads to increased wear of the axial bearing in the turbocharger, up to bearing damage and/or total failure. Oil leakage can also occur on the compressor side due to the uneven pressure conditions. Improper combustion and a more sooty engine are the result.

Checking the control pressure at the pneumatic control box

With the BTS exhaust backpressure gauge, you can not only measure the exhaust backpressure, but also check the function of the pneumatic boost pressure control box. The control hose of the turbocharger control box is disconnected and the pressure gauge (exhaust backpressure gauge) is inserted into the hose with the aid of a T-piece. In this way, the control pressure of the control can and the function of the vacuum pump or solenoid valve can also be checked while driving.