China Denso 295050-1980 Common Rail Diesel Injector | Tonkee®

China Denso 295050-1980 Common Rail Diesel Injector | Tonkee®

Denso 295050-1980 Common Rail Diesel Injector | Tonkee®
Needle Valve Opening: The injector has a precision-engineered nozzle that contains a needle valve. When the ECU signal is received, the solenoid inside the injector energizes, lifting the needle valve.
Fuel Injection: As the needle valve lifts, high-pressure diesel fuel is sprayed into the combustion chamber as a fine mist. This process is timed precisely to ensure the right amount of fuel is injected for efficient combustion.
Denso 295050-1980, Common Rail Diesel Injector | Tonkee®

Injector Type: The 295050-1980 is a common rail diesel injector, operating within a common fuel rail where pressurized diesel is supplied to all injectors simultaneously.


Compatibility: This injector is designed to work with a wide range of diesel engines, making it versatile for various applications in sectors such as automotive, industrial, and marine.

Nozzle Design: The injector features a precision-engineered nozzle that delivers fuel in a fine mist, ensuring efficient combustion and reduced emissions.

Fuel Injection Pressure: It operates at high fuel injection pressures, typically in the range of 1500 to 2000 bar, to achieve optimal combustion for better performance and reduced emissions.

Materials: The injector is constructed using high-quality materials to withstand the rigors of diesel engine operation and ensure longevity. This typically includes materials like stainless steel and advanced polymers.

Flow Rate: The flow rate of the injector determines the volume of fuel it can deliver per injection event.


The 295050-1980 is designed to provide a precise and consistent fuel flow rate, crucial for engine performance.

Working Principles:
The Denso 295050-1980 Common Rail Diesel Injector plays a vital role in the fuel injection process of a common rail system. Here's how it works:

Fuel Supply: Diesel fuel is supplied to the common rail at high pressure by a fuel pump. The common rail acts as a reservoir, maintaining a constant pressure.

Controlled Injection: When the engine's electronic control unit (ECU) determines that fuel should be injected into a specific cylinder, it sends a signal to the injector.

Needle Valve Opening: The injector has a precision-engineered nozzle that contains a needle valve. When the ECU signal is received, the solenoid inside the injector energizes, lifting the needle valve.

Fuel Injection: As the needle valve lifts, high-pressure diesel fuel is sprayed into the combustion chamber as a fine mist. This process is timed precisely to ensure the right amount of fuel is injected for efficient combustion.

Atomization: The nozzle design and high injection pressure ensure that the fuel is atomized into tiny droplets. This increases the surface area of the fuel, promoting better mixing with air and efficient combustion.

Power Generation: The efficient combustion of the air-fuel mixture generates power, propelling the vehicle or driving machinery in industrial applications.
Common Rail Diesel Injector | Tonkee® Denso 295050-1980
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