Common Rail Technology: This injector utilizes common rail technology, a high-pressure fuel injection system that enhances fuel atomization, combustion efficiency, and reduces emissions compared to conventional injection systems.
Precision Engineering: Known for its precision engineering, DENSO ensures the highest quality materials and manufacturing processes meet stringent industry standards.
Durability: The injector is engineered to withstand the demanding conditions and high pressures inside diesel engines. Its durability is essential for maintaining long-lasting performance and reliability.
Injector Nozzle: The injector boasts a high-quality nozzle that accurately sprays fuel into the combustion chamber, leading to efficient combustion and reduced emissions.
Flow Rate: The injector's flow rate is crucial for precise fuel delivery. It is optimized to deliver fuel at the exact rate required for peak engine performance.
Compatibility: The DENSO 295050-0360 Common Rail Diesel Injector is designed to be compatible with a range of diesel engines, making it a versatile choice for both automotive and industrial applications.
Emissions Control: This injector significantly contributes to lower emissions, ensuring compliance with strict environmental regulations such as Euro 6 and Tier 4 standards.
Ease of Installation: Its design facilitates straightforward installation, allowing mechanics and technicians to replace or install it with minimal hassle.
Injector Type: Common Rail Diesel Injector
Part Number: 295050-0360
Fuel Compatibility: Diesel
Flow Rate: The injector's flow rate is optimized for the specific engine it is designed for and is typically measured in cubic centimeters per minute (cc/min).
Operating Pressure: Common rail injectors operate at high pressures, usually in the range of 1,000 to 2,000 bar, ensuring precise fuel delivery.
Injector Nozzle Size: The nozzle size plays a critical role in determining the injector's fuel delivery characteristics, and it is designed to promote optimal combustion and engine efficiency.
Materials: The injector is typically constructed using high-quality materials such as stainless steel and precision-engineered components, ensuring both durability and longevity.
Fuel Atomization: The injector is designed to break down fuel into fine droplets, which enhances combustion efficiency and reduces emissions.