The CRIN solenoid valve injector injects the appropriate fuel quantity required for efficient combustion into the cylinder, dependant on the driving situation.
The rapidly switched CRI2 solenoid valve injector injects into the cylinder the amount of fuel required for economical combustion, independent of the driving situation.
The primary advantage of the diesel common-rail system is the enormous flexibility of the injection pressure and the injection timing.
The variable-force transmission solenoid (VTS) controls the pilot pressure in automatic transmissions.
Coolant switch valves control the coolant flow in side-flow cooling circuits of the powertrain and in the heating circuits of passenger compartments.
The electronically controlled unit injector is a single-cylinder injection pump with integrated injection nozzle and solenoid valve.
With high pressure, the unit pump ensures excellent mixture preparation and combustion of fuel with specific high performance.
Gas and dual-fuel injection system ensure the reliable ignition and outstanding combustion of gas/air mixtures with specific high performance.
The proportion of vehicles with gasoline direct injection is set to increase further in future.
The modular common-rail system CRSN ensures efficient fuel supply and fuel injection in diesel engines.