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Over 20 years of experience and a lot of repaired injectors are behind us.

With the equipment that has the most features in today's market, which works from the first ever-made magnetic injectors up to the latest, Bosch, Siemens and Denso four pin injectors, the Delphi smart injector with the new code.

With repaired injectors you get a new code, which is very important for fuel consumption and proper engine operation. We are giving codes for Delphi CRI2 (16 digits), CRI3 (20 digits). Denso (16, 20, 24, 26 and 30 digits), solenoid and piezo Bosch injectors, Siemens injectors and Delphi smart injectors for trucks.


Common Rail

The common rail system features fuel delivery under constant high pressure independent of engine rotation speed. In the case of the injector system, the process of compression of the high pressure pump fuel from the fuel injection process into the combustion chamber is separated. High-pressure fuel is constantly accumulated in a common highway pipe independent of the number of rotations and engine loads. This accumulated fuel is ready for injection at any time in any engine cylinder. The injected quantity is determined by the driver by pushing the accelerator pedal, and the moment and injection pressure are calculated by the electronic control unit based on the received signal from the sensor and programmed data folders. The control unit manages the operation of electric nozzles, so-called injectors via electromagnetic valves.


History of the Common Rail system

The Common Rail system prototype was developed in the late 1960s by Robert Hubert, of Switzerland, and further developed by Mark Ganser in the Swiss Federation of Technology in Zurich. The contemporary Common Rail system was developed by Magneti Marelli and Centro Ricerche Fiat, and the project was sold to the German company Bosch. The first cars to incorporate the diesel common rail system were the Alfa Romeo 156 1.9 JTD and the Mercedes Benz 220 CDI, 1997.





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