The Bosch 0 445 110 954 is based on common rail technology, a high-pressure fuel injection system commonly used in modern diesel engines.
Common rail systems improve fuel efficiency, reduce emissions, and enhance engine performance.
This injector is a solenoid-controlled, piezoelectric common rail diesel injector. The piezoelectric technology allows for precise and rapid control of fuel injection, resulting in improved engine performance.
This injector has a specific flow rate, typically measured in milliliters per minute (ml/min) or cubic centimeters per minute (cc/min). The flow rate is an important factor in determining the fuel delivery and, consequently, engine power and efficiency. The exact flow rate may vary depending on the application and engine requirements.
The Bosch 0 445 110 954 injector operates at high injection pressures, commonly in the range of 1,800 to 2,500 bar (26,000 to 36,000 psi). High injection pressures lead to better fuel atomization and combustion, resulting in reduced emissions and increased engine efficiency.
The injector's nozzle is precision-engineered to deliver a fine, conical fuel spray pattern.
This design ensures that fuel is evenly distributed in the combustion chamber, promoting efficient combustion and minimizing emissions.
The Bosch 0 445 110 954 injector is designed for use in a wide range of diesel engines, including those used in passenger cars, trucks, agricultural equipment, and industrial applications. It can be found in various engine displacements and configurations.
Bosch injectors are known for their durability and reliability. The 0 445 110 954 injector is designed to withstand the harsh conditions and demands of diesel engines, providing long service life.
By delivering fuel with high precision and at high pressure, this injector contributes to improved fuel efficiency. Diesel engines equipped with this injector tend to use fuel more efficiently, reducing operating costs.
The precise fuel delivery and combustion facilitated by this injector help in reducing harmful emissions, including nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter. This aligns with stricter environmental regulations and emissions standards.