The Denso 095000-6290 is part of a common rail fuel injection system.
This system is characterized by a high-pressure fuel rail that supplies fuel to individual injectors. This design improves fuel atomization and allows for precise control over fuel delivery, resulting in enhanced engine performance and reduced emissions.
Fuel Injection Pressure:
This Denso injector is known for its ability to deliver fuel at high pressures. It can operate at pressures typically ranging from 1,500 to 2,000 bar (21,750 to 29,000 psi). This high-pressure injection is critical for achieving complete combustion and optimizing fuel efficiency.
The injector features a precision-engineered nozzle that is designed for efficient fuel atomization. This fine atomization of fuel droplets ensures a more homogeneous air-fuel mixture, improving combustion efficiency and reducing emissions.
The 095000-6290 injector is equipped with a high-quality solenoid. The solenoid controls the opening and closing of the injector nozzle, allowing precise timing and metering of fuel delivery. This is essential for optimizing engine performance and reducing fuel consumption.
Durability and Reliability:
Denso is renowned for producing durable and reliable components.
The 095000-6290 injector is no exception. It is constructed using high-quality materials and undergoes rigorous testing to ensure it can withstand the harsh operating conditions of a diesel engine.
This Denso injector is designed to be compatible with a wide range of diesel engines. It is used in various vehicle applications, including trucks, buses, agricultural equipment, and industrial machinery. Its versatility makes it a popular choice among engine manufacturers and vehicle operators.
The precise fuel delivery and atomization provided by this injector contribute to improved fuel efficiency. By optimizing the combustion process, it helps reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, making it an environmentally friendly choice.
The 095000-6290 injector aids in reducing harmful emissions, such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter. This is achieved through improved combustion and the ability to inject fuel at high pressures, resulting in cleaner exhaust emissions.