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To maintain the price competitiveness of our products without losing the Niitsu quality assurance, our compressor and turbine housings are strictly manufactured at reputable and recognised foundry factories in Asia with OE contract status.

To maintain the price competitiveness of our products without losing the Niitsu quality assurance, our compressor and turbine housings are strictly manufactured at reputable and recognised foundry factories in Asia with OE contract status.

With the wide selection of mould available, Niitsu Turbo Industries is able to produce more than 1000 part numbers that fulfils international requirements and 8 variants per housing.  All of the materials follows the OEM standards stringently for product quality and stability guarantee.

Due to the varying environmental conditions across different continents, the BIRETTO® Wheel was developed, after 12 months of intense R&D, to withstand high altitude and central forces within the contemporary engine.

Niitsu’s BIRETTO® Wheel promises high performance, durability and reliability to withstand the pressured environment of a turbocharger, by boosting up the airflow for optimal performance.

The airflow efficiency and pressure are further maximised with new blade combinations and specifications afforded by the computer-aided design.

The common turbine wheels are often exposed to high-stressed operating conditions, which often results in problems in the near future caused by fatigue. In response, Niitsu has pushed the limits with innovation to tackle this age-old problem.

To prolong the lifespan and durability, we emphasised on the major part of the turbine wheel, the thrust bearing and journal bearing, which usually wears out the fastest. By machining from solid copper brass, the hardness, strength and durability of the bearings are enhanced as compared to the conventional bearings.

The resulting turbine wheels are able to handle extremely high temperatures and remain durable within any internal combustion engines, from diesel to the conventional petrol engine.