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Fuel injector.
High-pressure engine-driven pumps supplying fuel at high pressure to the combustion chambers of the engine, where it is atomized and ignites as it leaves the injection nozzle. Also known as an injection pump.
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Western Europe is expected to reflect significant growth apropos to sales and demand for automotive fuel injectors in 2018.
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The AAPEX show provides us with a great platform to showcase all of our remanufactured, high-precision diesel fuel injectors and turbos for the aftermarket.'
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With increasing global pressure to adhere to uniform emission standards, demand for aftermarket automotive fuel injectors is experiencing strong growth around the world as sales are projected to exceed 54.2 million units by 2010 according to industry estimates.
It is designed to keep the fuel injectors clean for optimal combustion and to give motorists more power for longer.
Louis, MO), is said to be applicable to components including valve bodies, fuel injectors, gears, and turbocharger housings.
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As equipment manufacturers gear up to meet the Environmental Protection Agency's Tier 3 requirements for engine emissions, which will be phased in from 2006 to 2008, fuel injectors for new engines will run at a higher PSI.
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