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A common rail engine is designed to supply constant fuel pressure to electronically controlled injectors through a shared fuel reservoir. This means that the fuel supply is not dependent on the engine revs. A common rail system is built around four basic components:
Benefits of Common Rail:
The Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
Delphi, as a world leader in diesel, have been involved in the development of Common Rail technology from the beginning. Some of the first systems were pioneered by Lucas Diesel Systems and Delphi have inherited this expertise.
Common Rail marks a fundamental change in diesel technology and is happening now.
More and more vehicles are being introduced with Common Rail systems. It is calculated that by 2004, 70% of new diesel vehicles will incorporate Common Rail injection systems and 5 million such systems will already be on the road.
Further information can be found in the Delphi
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