The Bosch 0 445 115 059 is part of the Common Rail fuel injection system.
This system differs from traditional diesel injection systems by maintaining a high-pressure common rail where fuel is stored and distributed to individual injectors. This design allows for improved fuel atomization and precise control of the combustion process.
The Bosch 0 445 115 059 injector operates at high pressures, typically in the range of 1,800 to 2,500 bar (26,000 to 36,000 psi). This high-pressure fuel delivery ensures better atomization of fuel, resulting in cleaner combustion and improved fuel efficiency.
Injection Rate Control:
One of the standout features of this injector is its ability to precisely control the injection rate and timing. This control is achieved through advanced electronics and software, ensuring that fuel is injected into the cylinders at the optimal moment to maximize power and minimize emissions.
The injector's nozzle is a crucial component that directly affects fuel atomization.
Bosch has engineered the 0 445 115 059 with a state-of-the-art nozzle design that promotes efficient fuel mixing with air, contributing to cleaner combustion and reduced emissions.
Bosch is known for its high-quality components, and the 0 445 115 059 is no exception. It is built to withstand the harsh operating conditions of diesel engines, including high temperatures and pressure. Its robust construction ensures long-term durability and reliable performance.
Modern diesel engines must meet stringent emissions regulations. The Bosch 0 445 115 059 injector is designed to help engines achieve these standards by delivering fuel with precision and efficiency, resulting in lower emissions of pollutants like NOx and particulate matter.
Injector Flow Rate:
The flow rate of the injector is a crucial specification. The Bosch 0 445 115 059 is available in different flow rate variants to suit various engine requirements. The specific flow rate you choose depends on the engine's power output and performance needs.
This injector features an electrical connector compatible with the engine control unit (ECU). The ECU communicates with the injector to control fuel delivery, allowing for precise adjustments based on operating conditions.