Common Rail Technology: This injector utilizes common rail technology, which is the modern standard for diesel engines.
It optimizes fuel delivery to each cylinder for improved performance, reduced emissions, and better fuel efficiency.
Precise Fuel Delivery: The 0 445 120 167 ensures precise fuel delivery at high pressures, enhancing combustion efficiency and minimizing fuel wastage. This contributes to lower emissions and better fuel economy.
Injector Nozzle: It is equipped with a high-quality injector nozzle, designed to deliver a fine, atomized fuel spray into the combustion chamber. This promotes thorough mixing with air, resulting in cleaner combustion and reduced particulate emissions.
Durable Construction: Bosch is renowned for its robust and durable components. The 0 445 120 167 is no exception, featuring a rugged construction that can withstand the harsh conditions within an engine and ensure a long service life.
Optimized Flow Dynamics: The injector's internal design is engineered for optimized flow dynamics. This promotes even fuel distribution to all cylinders, minimizing performance variations and enhancing engine smoothness.
Quick and Precise Response: It offers rapid and precise response times, ensuring that the engine can adapt to various driving conditions. This responsiveness enhances performance, drivability, and emissions control.
Adaptive Control: Bosch injectors are often integrated into sophisticated engine management systems that adapt to different operating conditions, such as load, temperature, and altitude. This adaptability further improves engine efficiency and emissions control.
Fuel Compatibility: The 0 445 120 167 is designed to work with a range of diesel fuels, including low-sulfur and biodiesel blends, making it compatible with contemporary environmental standards.
The primary function of the Bosch 0 445 120 167 Common Rail Diesel Injector is to deliver precise amounts of pressurized fuel into the engine's combustion chamber at the right moment. This process occurs in the following steps:
Fuel Supply: The injector receives high-pressure fuel from the common rail, a reservoir that stores fuel under extremely high pressure.
Nozzle Operation: When an electric signal is sent to the injector, it opens a valve, allowing fuel to flow into the injector nozzle.
Atomized Spray: The injector nozzle atomizes the fuel, breaking it down into fine droplets. This is critical for efficient combustion.
Injection Timing: The injector is timed precisely to inject the fuel into the combustion chamber when the piston is in the right position. This timing ensures efficient combustion and minimizes emissions.
Emission Control: By delivering fuel with precision and optimizing combustion, the 0 445 120 167 helps control emissions, including nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter (PM).