Melett Parts Design Improvements -There has been much discussion within the automotive repair industry about the differences between using OEM parts and the aftermarket equivalent repair parts. In this article, with a focus on turbochargers; we explore the benefits
Today’s automotive repair industry is faced with an overwhelming range of repair parts. Amid claims of exceptional quality at extraordinarily cheap prices, here Martyn Howorth, Sales Director, Melett Ltd., explores the reasons why some turbocharger components are
Air Flow Rig - There has been an ongoing debate for many years between the original turbocharger manufacturers and the turbocharger repair industry, over whether a turbo can be repaired. This debate has been raging for over 10 years. Some OEM turbo manufacturers
Traditionally compressor wheels are produced from aluminium, which is naturally a very weak cast material. Aluminium is the preferred material for compressor wheels as it is a relatively simple and inexpensive process to cast the compressor wheels. However, to
The turbo repair industry is a well-established global market, which goes back to the 1960’s. Up until the late 1990’s, the turbo repair market was predominantly involved in the repair of larger commercial vehicle turbos.
As a leading supplier of quality replacement turbocharger parts to the aftermarket, Ian Warhurst owner of Melett Ltd, has seen some significant changes in the market over the last 5-10 years. Here Ian explains why it is more important than ever to use quality
To help with our long term strategy, Melett believes it is important for the aftermarket to maintain awareness of the future global direction of engine technology and more importantly – the future of turbocharged vehicles.