Bosch Quality: The 0 445 120 449 injector is part of Bosch's renowned range of diesel injectors, known for their durability and precision engineering.
Common Rail Technology: This injector employs common rail technology, which allows for precise control of fuel injection and enables multiple injections per engine cycle.
Optimized Spray Pattern: The injector produces a fine and consistent fuel spray pattern, ensuring efficient combustion and reduced emissions.
High Fuel Pressure: It operates at high fuel pressures, typically in the range of 1,800 to 2,500 bar, which is essential for achieving efficient atomization of fuel.
Compatibility: The 0 445 120 449 injector is designed for use in a wide range of diesel engines, making it versatile and suitable for various applications.
Injector Type: Common rail diesel injector.
Part Number: 0 445 120 449.
Injector Family: This injector belongs to the Bosch Common Rail Injector Series.
Injector Design: It features a compact and robust design, ensuring it can withstand the harsh conditions within an engine.
Injector Material: The body of the injector is typically constructed from durable and heat-resistant materials to withstand the high temperatures and pressures within the engine.
Fuel Compatibility: The injector is designed to work with standard diesel fuels, including low-sulfur diesel and ultra-low-sulfur diesel (ULSD).
Nozzle Design: The nozzle design is optimized for precise fuel delivery and efficient atomization.
Flow Rate: The 0 445 120 449 injector has a specific flow rate, measured in cubic centimeters per minute (cc/min), which is specified for each application.
Valve Control: Bosch injectors are known for their rapid and precise valve control, ensuring that fuel is injected at the right time for optimal combustion.
Injection Pressure: The injector operates at high injection pressures, contributing to cleaner combustion and reduced emissions.
Multiple Injections: Common rail technology allows for multiple injections per engine cycle, which contributes to better performance, reduced noise, and lower emissions.
Injector Electronics: Many common rail injectors, including this one, feature sophisticated electronic controls that precisely adjust the timing and duration of injections based on engine operating conditions.