The Bosch 0 445 124 033 is designed for use in common rail fuel injection systems.
Common rail technology offers precise fuel delivery and better combustion efficiency, resulting in improved power, fuel economy, and reduced emissions.
This injector is categorized as a solenoid-type common rail injector. It features a solenoid coil that controls the injector's opening and closing, allowing for precise control over fuel injection timing and quantity.
Fuel Delivery Pressure:
One of the key specifications of this injector is its fuel delivery pressure. The Bosch 0 445 124 033 is capable of delivering fuel at high pressures, often exceeding 2,000 bar (29,000 psi). This high-pressure capability ensures efficient fuel atomization and combustion, contributing to reduced emissions and improved performance.
The injector's flow rate, or the amount of fuel it can deliver per unit of time, is an essential specification. The exact flow rate can vary depending on the application and engine requirements, but Bosch injectors are known for their ability to provide precise and consistent fuel delivery.
The injector's nozzle is a crucial component that affects fuel atomization and spray pattern.
Bosch injectors typically feature advanced nozzle designs to optimize combustion and reduce emissions. These nozzles are engineered to withstand high-pressure environments and resist wear and tear.
The Bosch 0 445 124 033 injector is electronically controlled, allowing for precise adjustments to fuel injection timing and quantity. Electronic control enables the engine's electronic control unit (ECU) to optimize engine performance and emissions under various operating conditions.
Durability and Materials:
Bosch injectors are known for their robust construction and durable materials. They are designed to withstand the harsh conditions inside the engine's combustion chamber, including high temperatures and pressures. This durability ensures a long service life and reliability.
This common rail diesel injector is engineered to work with various types of diesel fuel, including low-sulfur diesel, biodiesel blends, and other conventional diesel fuels. It must be compatible with the fuel type used in the specific application.