High Performance: The Bosch 0 986 435 367 Common Rail Injector is engineered for high performance, delivering precise fuel metering and injection timing.
This results in improved engine efficiency, better fuel economy, and reduced emissions.
Durability: Bosch is renowned for its quality and durability. The 0 986 435 367 Common Rail Injector is built to withstand the rigors of demanding diesel engine environments, ensuring a long service life.
Precision Fuel Delivery: This injector offers precise control over fuel delivery, allowing for optimized combustion. It minimizes fuel wastage, reduces engine noise, and promotes smoother engine operation.
Reduced Emissions: Bosch's Common Rail technology, incorporated into this injector, is designed to reduce harmful emissions. By providing a cleaner and more efficient burn, it contributes to environmental protection and compliance with emission standards.
Improved Fuel Economy: The precise fuel delivery and efficient combustion provided by this injector can lead to improved fuel economy. This can translate to cost savings for vehicle owners and operators.
Injector Type: The Bosch 0 986 435 367 is a solenoid-controlled common rail injector.
It uses an electromagnetic coil to actuate the injector nozzle, allowing precise control of fuel injection.
Injection Pressure: This injector is capable of delivering fuel at high pressures, typically in the range of 1,000 to 2,500 bar. Higher injection pressures result in finer fuel atomization, enhancing combustion efficiency.
Nozzle Design: The injector nozzle is designed for optimal fuel atomization, ensuring that the diesel fuel is finely divided for improved combustion.
Flow Rate: The flow rate of the injector, often measured in cubic centimeters per minute (cc/min), determines the volume of fuel delivered with each injection event. The flow rate of the Bosch 0 986 435 367 can vary depending on the specific application and engine requirements.
Compatibility: This injector is compatible with a wide range of diesel engines, including those used in passenger vehicles, trucks, buses, and industrial equipment.