Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company that invents and manufactures technologies to address tough challenges linked to global macrotrends such as safety, security, and energy.
Honeywell is a leading supplier of advanced turbochargers that are a core part of the success of clean diesel technology in a wide range of applications. Honeywell's Turbo Technologies business is a unit of Honeywell Transportation Systems, one of the four main divisions within the corporation, and is recognized around the world as one of the leading manufacturers of engine boosting systems for passenger cars and commercial vehicles on such vehicles as Audi, BMW, Mercedes diesels, as well as the upcoming Chevrolet Cruze diesel.
Honeywell is also a leader in emerging biofuel technology through its UOP Green Fuel project. Honeywell UOP's process technology produces greener distillate fuels from natural oils and wastes such as jatropha, camelina and algae. Honeywell's Green Jet Fuel, has been successfully demonstrated in several aviation settings including powering China's first biofuel demonstration flight with AirChina.
ROLLE, Switzerland - Honeywell Turbo Technologies, a leading global developer of automotive turbochargers, expects to launch more than 100 turbocharger applications involving more than 20 new technologies in 2014. These new applications will serve Honeywe. . .
The use of turbo chargers to boost power in smaller automotive engines is expected to increase rapidly over the next five years, with the greatest growth anticipated in China, according to Honeywell International Inc., a major player in the sector. Dri. . .
Automakers in North America will sell 3 million gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles with turbocharged engines in 2013, according to estimates from Troy-based forecaster LMC Automotive. That’s an increase from 2.1 million in 2012. More than three-quart. . .
PLYMOUTH, MI -- Honeywell turbochargers are a vital component of the soon-to-be-released 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel that will get an industry-best 46 mpg in highway driving, setting the bar higher for fuel efficiency and emissions control. . . .
Turbocharging is growing even faster in the U.S. market than some analysts expected, largely because diesel passenger cars finally seem to be gaining some momentum. “The number of additional diesel applications coming to the U.S. market has been a real. . .