The worldwide production of diesel cars has risen by 7 percent per annum since 1998. Bosch has supplied a total of more than 16 million high-pressure
fuel injection systems and thereby played a prominent part in shaping this diesel boom.
Diesel vehicles with innovative injection systems are
the big sellers on the automobile market.More and
more car buyers are excited by their dynamic vehicle
handling. The strong increase in demand – particularly
in Asia – also means an increase in the diesel business for the workshop. Anyone wishing to seize these sales opportunities has to start preparing for
them now. Bosch offers comprehensive, workshop-oriented support for the diagnosis and exchange of modern diesel systems.
Ever since there have been diesel vehicles on the road, Bosch has been a leading provider of diesel technology. In permanent and close cooperation
with leading engine designers and automobile manufacturers, Bosch time and again develops decisive innovations which create the driving force for the future of the diesel engine.
The diesel revolution is the result of systematic evolution. The development of high-performance modern high-pressure systems by Bosch was crucial
in this respect. The start of series production of the first TDI engine with an electronically controlled axial piston distributor-type injection pump in 1989 was followed by the VP44 and common rail high-pressure innovations in 1996/97. A trend which will also emerge in Asia.
More driving fun with fewer emissions and lower consumption. Diesel engines today are extremely powerful and very lively, but they are economical
and efficient, now as before. An advantage for the environment – diesel engines have become increasingly cleaner in the last ten years.
No matter whether it concerns the distributortype injection pump, the unit injector or common rail, the modern fuel injection systems from Bosch have re-defined diesel technology. The second generation of the common rail system and the pump injector technology from Bosch have set new standards for the efficiency and performance of diesel engines: injection pressures up to 2050 bar, shorter intervals between the pilot injection, main injection and secondary injection and a more precise fuel injection timing are made possible by electronic control. This increases the engine performance and reduces consumption and emissions at the same time.
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