Manufacturer and Model: The Denso 095000-6620 is manufactured by Denso Corporation, a prominent Japanese automotive parts supplier.
It belongs to the Tonkee® product family, synonymous with reliability and precision in the field of diesel engine components.
Fuel Injection Technology: This injector employs advanced common rail technology, which revolves around maintaining a high-pressure fuel reservoir for precise and efficient fuel delivery. Common rail technology is a pivotal innovation in diesel engines, improving both performance and emissions.
Injector Type: The Denso 095000-6620 is a solenoid-type common rail diesel injector. It relies on an electromagnetic coil to control the movement of the nozzle needle, ensuring precise and controlled fuel injection.
Fuel Compatibility: It is designed to work with a broad spectrum of diesel fuels, making it versatile and adaptable to various regions and applications.
Injection Pressure: The injector is engineered to deliver high-pressure fuel injection, a key factor in optimizing combustion and enhancing engine efficiency. The exact injection pressure may vary depending on the specific engine's requirements.
Injector Nozzle: Denso injectors are known for their high-precision nozzles, which play a critical role in ensuring precise fuel delivery into the combustion chamber. This level of precision contributes to efficient combustion and reduced emissions.
Injector Control: The Denso 095000-6620 injector is electronically controlled, allowing for precise timing and duration of fuel injection.
Electronic control is pivotal in maximizing engine performance and fuel efficiency.
The Denso 095000-6620 common rail diesel injector operates based on the following principles:
High-Pressure Fuel Supply: The injector is connected to a common rail, a high-pressure fuel reservoir. This common rail maintains a constant high pressure, usually ranging from 1,000 to 2,500 bar (14,500 to 36,000 psi). This high pressure ensures an immediate and precise response for fuel injection.
Solenoid Operation: When the engine control unit (ECU) sends a signal to initiate fuel injection, the injector's solenoid is activated. The electromagnetic coil in the solenoid exerts force on the nozzle needle, causing the injector's nozzle to open. This allows fuel to be injected into the combustion chamber.
Precise Fuel Delivery: The Denso 095000-6620 injector is engineered to deliver an extremely fine and precise spray pattern. This precision optimizes combustion and minimizes emissions. The nozzle's design and materials ensure effective atomization of the fuel.
Injector Timing: The ECU is responsible for controlling the timing and duration of fuel injection. It considers factors such as engine speed, load, and temperature to ensure precise control, enhancing engine efficiency and performance.