Fuel Injection Precision: The Denso 095000-0145 injector delivers fuel to the engine's combustion chamber with remarkable precision.
It is capable of multiple injection events per combustion cycle, allowing for efficient fuel atomization and mixing with air. This results in improved combustion efficiency, reduced emissions, and enhanced power output.
Injector Type: The 095000-0145 is a solenoid-controlled common rail injector. It utilizes an electromagnetic solenoid to open and close the injector nozzle, precisely controlling the fuel flow rate and injection timing. This design ensures consistent and accurate fuel delivery.
Injection Pressure: Common rail injectors are known for their ability to operate at high injection pressures. The Denso 095000-0145 is no exception, capable of generating injection pressures of up to 1,800 bar. High-pressure injection promotes better fuel atomization, resulting in cleaner and more efficient combustion.
Durability: Denso products are renowned for their durability and reliability. The 095000-0145 Common Rail Injector is no different. It is built to withstand the rigors of diesel engine operation, including high temperatures, pressure fluctuations, and vibration. This injector is designed to have a long service life, reducing maintenance and replacement costs.
Fuel Compatibility: The Denso 095000-0145 is designed to work with various diesel fuels, including low-sulfur diesel, ultra-low-sulfur diesel (ULSD), and biodiesel blends.
This versatility ensures its compatibility with different fuel quality standards and environmental regulations.
Environmental Performance: The precise fuel delivery of the 095000-0145 injector contributes to lower emissions. It helps meet stringent emissions standards while optimizing fuel consumption, making it an eco-friendly choice for modern diesel engines.
Diagnostic Capabilities: The Denso 095000-0145 injector is equipped with advanced diagnostic features that allow for real-time monitoring and troubleshooting. This ensures that any potential issues can be identified and addressed promptly, reducing downtime and maintenance costs.