Ingersoll Rand Turbine Engine Air Starters


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Air Starters by Ingersoll Rand

The differences between the turbine motor and the vane motor are significant. The turbine motor is lighter in weight, does not need lubrication, and has a tremendous amount of stored energy. It develops its power at extreme rotational speeds as high as 60,000 rpm. Ingersoll Rand turbine motors are speed limited by design and are insensitive to moisture due to the use of the most modern composite materials. The new ST1000 turbine starter uses a solid aluminum motor and is the class leader in performance and durability.





Air Starter Selection Guide

Lubrication Free (turbine motor)

IR Turbine Starter, 150T F, Silver, Engine Starter, Air Starter

For engine displacement of: Diesel–300 to 3600 CID (5 to 60 liters) Carburated–1000 to 7200 CID (16 to 120 liters)
IR  Turbine Starter, ST500, Engine Starter, Air Starter

For engine displacement of: Diesel–300 to 6,000 CID (5 to 100 liters) Carburated–600 to 12,000 CID (10 to 200 liters)
ST400 Starter

For engine displacement of: Diesel–300 to 3600 CID (5 to 60 liters) Carburated–1000 to 7200 CID (16 to 120 liters)
Turbine Starter, ST600, Engine Starter, Air Starter

For engine displacement of: Diesel–1000 to 5000 CID (16 to 80 liters) Carburated–2000 to 10,000 CID (32 to 160 liters)
Turbine Starter, ST750 799GBI, Engine Starter, Air Starter

For engine displacement of: Diesel–1000 to 20,000 CID (16 to 320 liters) Carburated–2000 to 40,000 CID (32 to 660 liters)
  


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