- About Holset
- Turbocharger Information
Tired of Replacing? Like any Diesel owner, you value your engine's performance and don't want to put just any generic part into your vehicle. Only Genuine Holset Turbochargers (Cummins Turbo Technologies) provide the benefits of the latest upgrades in materials, component design and workmanship you demand for your engine.
A data plate is fitted to the compressor housing of your Holset turbocharger. The information on this data plate must be quoted for service and parts support. Below You will find a reference to help you identify your Holset Turbocharger.
(A) Assembly or Part Number
Holset Part/Assembly Number for the turbocharger is the number quoted in all Holset Turbocharger (Cummins Turbo Technologies) publications and is the most useful number for service purposes.
(B) Serial Number
This Holset Serial Number is unique to your turbocharger. The number can be used to identify which turbocharger you have although it will be a longer process than if quoting (A).
(C) Customer Part Number
Customer Part Number is the number given to the turbocharger by the engine manufacturer. This number will be quoted in all the engine manufacturers' literature. There may be more than one Customer Part Number for each Holset Part Number (A).
(D) Turbocharger Type
Turbocharger Type describes the model or frame size of your Holset turbocharger.
Holset Turbochargers are the only manufacturer that focuses solely on medium to heavy-duty diesel engine turbo technologies.
With thousands of dollars at stake every minute, equipment uptime is critical. So you can't afford to take the risk of using non-genuine parts.
Genuine Holset new and reman parts include the latest upgrades in materials, component design and workmanship. So you aren't just replacing a worn part - you're improving the performance of your engine and your equipment.
Holset turbos are made to highly specific standards, not only to deliver the power owners demand, but also to keep diesel engines performing at top efficiency year after year.
Today's top diesel trucks work at the molecular level to atomize fuel with finely tuned air and fuel pressure maximizing fuel efficiency, while it's component parts are performance matched to control emissions. That is why using the correct replacement parts is more important today than ever before.