Common Rail Technology: The Bosch 0 445 110 737 is part of the Common Rail fuel injection system, which is widely used in diesel engines.
Common Rail technology precisely controls the delivery of fuel to the engine, resulting in improved combustion efficiency, reduced noise, and lower emissions.
Injector Type: This injector is a unit injector, which means that it combines the injector and high-pressure pump into a single unit. This design allows for more precise control over fuel delivery and minimizes energy loss compared to traditional systems.
Fuel Injection Pressure: The Bosch 0 445 110 737 operates at high fuel injection pressures, typically exceeding 2,000 bar (29,000 psi). This high pressure atomizes the fuel more effectively, leading to better combustion and reduced emissions.
Flow Rate: The flow rate of this injector is optimized for specific engine applications. Different engine models may require different flow rates to ensure proper fuel delivery and combustion.
Nozzle Design: The injector's nozzle is engineered to create a fine, cone-shaped spray pattern for optimal fuel atomization. This fine spray pattern ensures that the fuel mixes evenly with air, promoting efficient combustion.
Precision and Durability: Bosch is known for its precision engineering and durable components.
The 0 445 110 737 injector is built to withstand the harsh conditions of diesel engine operation, ensuring long-term reliability and performance.
Electronically Controlled: This injector is electronically controlled, allowing for precise and real-time adjustments to fuel delivery. Electronic control is essential for optimizing engine performance and emissions across a wide range of operating conditions.
Solenoid Actuation: The injector features a solenoid valve that controls the opening and closing of the nozzle. The solenoid is responsive to signals from the engine control unit, allowing for precise control over the injection process.
Compatibility: The Bosch 0 445 110 737 injector is designed to work with a wide range of diesel engines. It is crucial for various applications, from passenger cars to heavy-duty commercial vehicles and even industrial equipment.
Reduced Emissions: The precise control of fuel delivery, coupled with the high injection pressure, helps reduce harmful emissions such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter (PM). This is essential for complying with stringent emissions regulations.