Common Rail Technology:
The Bosch 0 445 110 624 is designed to work with common rail diesel systems, which provide a more efficient and precise fuel delivery compared to older injection systems.
Common rail technology allows for better control of fuel injection, reducing emissions and improving fuel economy.
High Precision: This injector is known for its high precision in delivering fuel. It can atomize the diesel fuel into a fine mist, which promotes better combustion, resulting in improved power output and reduced emissions.
Durability: Bosch is renowned for producing durable and reliable automotive components, and the 0 445 110 624 is no exception. It is built to withstand the harsh conditions within the engine, ensuring long-term performance.
Reduced Emissions: By delivering fuel with precision and efficiency, this injector contributes to reduced emissions of harmful pollutants, making it an environmentally friendly choice.
Improved Fuel Economy: The precise fuel delivery also helps improve fuel economy, as it ensures that every drop of diesel is used effectively for power generation.
Injector Type: The Bosch 0 445 110 624 is a common rail diesel injector.
Fuel Compatibility: It is compatible with standard diesel fuel.
Nominal Flow Rate: The nominal flow rate for this injector is typically measured in cubic centimeters per minute (cc/min) and varies depending on the application. Specific flow rates can range from 60 cc/min to 200 cc/min or more.
Operating Pressure: Common rail injectors operate at high pressures to atomize the fuel effectively.
The operating pressure for this injector is typically in the range of 1,500 to 2,000 bar (21,750 to 29,000 psi).
Injector Number: The unique part number for this injector is 0 445 110 624, which is used for identification and ordering purposes.
Connector Type: It comes with specific electrical connectors to integrate with the engine's control unit for precise control of fuel injection timing and duration.
Role in Diesel Engines:
The Bosch 0 445 110 624 plays a pivotal role in modern diesel engines. Here's how:
Fuel Injection: The injector delivers pressurized diesel fuel directly into the combustion chamber, where it mixes with air. The precision of this process is crucial for optimal combustion and power generation.
Timing Control: Through electronic control systems, the injector precisely times the injection of fuel to match the engine's needs at different operating conditions, such as acceleration, cruising, or idling.
Emissions Control: By delivering fuel with precision, the injector contributes to reduced emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter, aligning with stringent emissions regulations.
Fuel Efficiency: It enhances fuel efficiency by ensuring that diesel is used effectively, reducing waste and improving mileage.