Diesel Injectors

The job of the diesel injector is to deliver the fuel that they have received from the pump to the engine cylinder. They do this by passing the fuel through the injector nozzle to produce a fine spray. This is done to maximise the surface area of the fuel to encourage optimum combustion.

Traditionally, the injector pump was the more complex piece of equipment between itself and the injector. The injector would be set to open at a set pressure (or pressures, in the case of 2-stage injectors) and the quantity of fuel would be controlled by metering done within the pump. Nowadays, in contemporary common rail engines, the injector governs the quantity of fuel delivered via a solenoid or piezo actuator and the spring, shim and valve arrangement respond according the pressure created by the pump which is controlled electronically.

Please see below for the types of injectors we can repair and test.

CONVENTIONAL TYPES

Massey Ferguson 35 Standard 23c Engine 2259cc Injectors

SIMMS - CAV

Lucas - Delphi

Bosch

Perkins 700 Series Zexel Diesel Injector Injectors Part No 0260-R UB 1

Zexel

COMMON RAIL TYPES

Bosch

Delphi

Denso

Seimens - Continental - VDO

EUI (ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED UNIT INJECTORS)

Bosch

Delphi

Seimens - Continental - VDO

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