Injector Type: This Bosch injector is classified as a Common Rail Diesel Injector.
Common Rail technology is characterized by a shared high-pressure fuel rail that supplies fuel to all injectors simultaneously. It allows for greater control over fuel delivery and improved engine performance.
Flow Rate: The flow rate of this injector is a key specification. It determines the volume of fuel delivered per unit of time. The exact flow rate may vary depending on the engine and application, but it's typically in the range of 30-2000 cm³/s.
Nozzle Design: The injector nozzle is designed to atomize the fuel into tiny droplets, ensuring a homogeneous fuel-air mixture for efficient combustion. It's meticulously engineered to provide a fine spray pattern, contributing to cleaner emissions and enhanced fuel efficiency.
Operating Pressure: Common Rail systems operate at extremely high pressures. The Bosch 0 445 120 434 injector is designed to work with pressures commonly ranging from 1,000 to 2,500 bar (14,500 to 36,000 psi). This high pressure ensures better fuel atomization and combustion efficiency.
Pintle Design: The pintle is a movable component inside the injector that controls the fuel flow.
It opens and closes rapidly to precisely time the injection process. Bosch injectors are known for their durable pintle design, ensuring long-term reliability.
Fuel Compatibility: This injector is designed to work with various types of diesel fuel, including low-sulfur diesel, ultra-low-sulfur diesel (ULSD), and biodiesel blends. It's essential for compatibility with the fuel available in different regions.
Solenoid Actuation: The injector uses an electromagnetic solenoid to control the opening and closing of the nozzle. This precise control allows for multiple injections during a single engine cycle, improving power and emissions performance.
Durability: Bosch is known for producing reliable and durable components. This injector is built to withstand the harsh conditions within a diesel engine, including high temperatures and pressures.
OEM Applications: Bosch injectors are commonly used in a wide range of diesel engines, including those in passenger cars, commercial vehicles, and industrial equipment. They are often specified as original equipment manufacturer (OEM) components, emphasizing their quality and reliability.
Emissions Control: The injector's precise control over fuel delivery aids in reducing harmful emissions, making it compliant with stringent emission standards.