Precise Fuel Delivery: The Bosch 0 445 110 560 Common Rail Injector is engineered for precise control of fuel delivery to the engine.
This precision ensures efficient combustion, reduced emissions, and optimal power output.
High-Pressure Common Rail System: This injector is part of a high-pressure common rail system, which means it operates at extremely high fuel pressures. It can handle pressures up to 2000 bar, making it suitable for a wide range of diesel engines.
Durability: Bosch is renowned for its quality and durability, and the 0 445 110 560 is no exception. It is built to withstand the rigors of diesel engine operation, ensuring a long service life.
High-Quality Materials: The injector is constructed using high-quality materials that can withstand the demands of high-pressure fuel injection. This includes precision-machined components and corrosion-resistant materials.
The common rail injector operates based on a high-pressure common rail system. Here's how it works:
Fuel Storage: A high-pressure fuel rail stores the pressurized fuel, ready to be injected into the engine's cylinders.
Electromagnetic Solenoid: When the engine control unit (ECU) signals the need for fuel injection, the electromagnetic solenoid in the injector is energized.
Pressure Buildup: The solenoid controls the flow of high-pressure fuel from the common rail into the injector's high-pressure chamber.
Injection: With the solenoid open, high-pressure fuel is injected into the combustion chamber in a precisely timed and metered manner. This ensures efficient combustion.
Optimal Combustion: The precise control of fuel injection timing and quantity enhances fuel efficiency, reduces emissions, and maximizes engine performance.