High-Quality Manufacturing: Denso, a renowned global automotive supplier, is known for its commitment to quality.
The 095000-0660 is no exception, featuring precision engineering and durable materials to ensure long-term performance.
Common Rail Technology: This injector employs common rail technology, which allows for precise control of fuel delivery to each cylinder. Common rail systems are highly efficient and reduce emissions.
Piezoelectric Actuator: The injector utilizes a piezoelectric actuator for precise and rapid fuel injection. This technology ensures that fuel is delivered with exceptional precision, resulting in improved engine efficiency.
Optimized Spray Pattern: Denso has engineered the injector to produce an optimized spray pattern, ensuring even fuel distribution within the combustion chamber. This aids in efficient combustion and reduced emissions.
Compact Design: The 095000-0660 is designed to be compact, making it suitable for various engine configurations. Its compact size allows for flexibility in installation.
Compatibility: This injector is designed to work with a wide range of diesel engines, making it a versatile choice for many applications, including commercial vehicles, construction equipment, and agricultural machinery.
The Denso 095000-0660 Common Rail Diesel Injector operates on the principles of common rail fuel injection. Here's a simplified overview of how it works:
Fuel Supply: The injector receives fuel from the vehicle's fuel tank and delivers it to the engine under high pressure.
Common Rail: Fuel is stored in a common rail at high pressure, typically between 15,000 and 30,000 psi (pounds per square inch). This rail acts as a reservoir, ensuring a constant supply of pressurized fuel to all injectors.
Piezoelectric Actuation: When the engine's electronic control unit (ECU) sends a signal, the piezoelectric actuator within the injector responds by rapidly opening and closing the injector's nozzle. This action releases a precise amount of fuel into the combustion chamber.
Optimized Spray Pattern: The injector's nozzle design ensures that the fuel is atomized into a fine mist, creating an optimized spray pattern. This fine mist mixes more thoroughly with air, promoting efficient combustion.
Precise Timing: The ECU carefully controls the timing of fuel injection, ensuring that the right amount of fuel is delivered at the correct moment in the engine's cycle. This precision contributes to improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions.