Precise Fuel Delivery: The Denso 295050-1350 injector is known for its exceptional precision in delivering fuel into the engine's combustion chamber.
It sprays fuel in a fine mist, ensuring optimal mixing with air for a more efficient burn.
Common Rail System: This injector is part of a common rail system, a high-pressure fuel delivery mechanism that allows for precise control of fuel injection timing and quantity. This system is known for its ability to reduce noise, improve fuel efficiency, and lower emissions.
Durability: Denso is renowned for producing high-quality, durable components, and this injector is no exception. It is built to withstand the rigors of diesel engine operation and provides long-lasting performance.
High Pressure: The injector operates at high pressures, which is crucial for achieving efficient combustion and reduced fuel consumption. It can handle the extreme pressures required in modern diesel engines.
Improved Combustion: By delivering fuel in a controlled and precise manner, the injector promotes better combustion, which leads to increased engine power, reduced fuel consumption, and lower emissions.
The Denso 295050-1350 Common Rail Diesel Injector operates as a part of a common rail system. Here's how it functions:
Fuel Supply: Fuel is supplied to the injector from the vehicle's fuel tank. It enters a high-pressure fuel rail, where it is stored at a consistent high pressure, typically in the range of 1,000 to 30,000 psi (pounds per square inch).
Electronic Control: The injector is electronically controlled by the vehicle's engine control unit (ECU).
The ECU calculates the precise amount of fuel needed for combustion based on various engine parameters, such as load, speed, and temperature.
Timing and Injection: When the ECU determines it's time to inject fuel, it sends a signal to the injector. The injector opens, allowing a precise amount of fuel to be sprayed into the combustion chamber at an exact moment in the engine's cycle.
Spray Pattern: The injector creates a fine mist of fuel, ensuring it is well mixed with the incoming air. This results in more efficient combustion and reduced emissions.
Repeat Process: This process is repeated for each cylinder in the engine, ensuring that the combustion is even and synchronized across all cylinders.
Improved Fuel Efficiency: The precise fuel delivery of the Denso 295050-1350 injector helps maximize fuel efficiency, reducing the cost of operation and environmental impact.
Increased Power: Better combustion means more power output from the engine, which is especially important for heavy-duty applications like trucks and industrial machinery.
Reduced Emissions: The common rail system, in combination with the precise injector, leads to cleaner exhaust emissions, meeting stringent emissions standards and reducing the environmental footprint.
Smooth Engine Operation: The consistent fuel delivery and precise control of the injector contribute to smoother engine operation, reducing noise and vibrations.
Longevity: Denso's reputation for durability and quality ensures that the injector is built to last, reducing maintenance costs and downtime.