The Bosch 0 445 120 332 is a Common Rail Diesel Injector, which is part of the high-pressure fuel injection system commonly used in modern diesel engines.
Common rail technology offers precise control over fuel delivery.
Fuel Injection System:
This injector is optimized for common rail fuel injection systems, which utilize a high-pressure fuel rail to supply fuel to the injectors. Common rail systems allow for fine control over fuel delivery, leading to improved efficiency and reduced emissions.
A key specification of this injector is its high injection pressure capability. It can deliver fuel at pressures that often exceed 2,000 bar (29,000 psi). The ability to work at such high pressures ensures that fuel is finely atomized for efficient combustion, resulting in increased power and reduced emissions.
The injector features a carefully engineered nozzle designed to efficiently break up fuel into tiny droplets. This nozzle design promotes improved fuel-air mixing and enhanced combustion efficiency.
The flow rate of the Bosch 0 445 120 332 injector can be customized to suit the specific engine's requirements.
It is available in various flow rate options to meet various performance needs.
To withstand the harsh conditions inside an engine, the injector components are typically constructed from high-quality materials. Stainless steel and heat-resistant polymers are commonly used to ensure durability and reliability.
The injector is equipped with an electromagnetic solenoid responsible for controlling the opening and closing of the injector nozzle. Solenoid actuation is both precise and rapid, allowing for accurate fuel delivery.
Multiple Spray Holes:
The injector nozzle is designed with multiple spray holes to ensure even fuel distribution within the combustion chamber. This leads to improved combustion and reduced emissions.
The Bosch 0 445 120 332 injector is engineered to be compatible with a broad spectrum of diesel fuels, including standard diesel and biofuels. This versatility ensures that it can be used in various regions and with different fuel sources.