HOW IT WORKS: WHIPPLE TWIN-SCREW OPERATING PRINCIPLES

Inlet Phase – The male and female rotors rotate counter to each other. As the lobes of each rotor travel past each inlet port, air is trapped between consecutive lobes and the cylindrical casing. The air moves axially (forward) throughout the case and fill the inner-lobe space between adjacent lobes.

Compression Phase – As the rotors mesh, the air is trapped between the rotors and the casing. Continued rotation progressively reduces the space occupied by the air causing compression.

Discharge Phase – Compression continues until the inner-lobe space becomes exposed to the outlet port, through which the air is discharged into the manifold.

The compression sequence continues on all rotor segments simultaneously. Timing gears synchronize the rotors. The rotors do not touch the casing or each other thus assuring long life, consistent performance and low parasitic losses.


WHIPPLE SUPERCHARGERS

2007-2013 FORD SHELBY GT500 W210AX CRUSHER UPGRADE SYSTEM

2010-2014 CAMARO SUPERCHARGER SYSTEM

BIG BLOCK EFI UNIVERSAL SC KITS

MERCURY RACING 377 SCORPION

2003 Whipple Industries, Inc. (TM)