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Listing ID: 5639 automatic nozzle fuel pump DLLA148P872/093400-8720 Common Rail System Closed

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Auction Info: automatic nozzle fuel pump DLLA148P872/093400-8720 Common Rail System Closed

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  • (Auction End: November 7, 2018, 1:07)
  • Listing Began:
  • August 9, 2018, 2:07
    (Preview Until: August 9, 2018, 2:06)
  • City:
  • Putian
  • State:
  • PA
  • Country:
  • China

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Description: automatic nozzle fuel pump DLLA148P872/093400-8720 Common Rail System Closed

automatic nozzle fuel pump DLLA148P872/093400-8720 Common Rail System
Fuel: Diesel
Component: Fuel Injection Device
Stroke: 4 Stroke
Weight: 0.04kg
Trademark: China-Lutong
Specification: Common Rail Injector Nozzles
HS Code: 84099199
Car Make: Diesel Engine Car
Body Material: Steel
Certification: ISO9001
Cylinder: Single Cylinder
Guarantee: 180 Days
Transport Package: Neutral Packing, Other Packing According to Client
Origin: China
Common rail engines have been used in marine and locomotive applications for some time. The Cooper-Bessemer GN-8 (circa 1942) is an example of a hydraulically operated common rail diesel engine, also known as a modified common rail.

Vickers pioneered the use of common rail injection in submarine engines. Vickers engines with the common rail fuel system were first used in 1916 in the G-class submarines. It used four plunger pumps to deliver a pressure of up to 3,000 pounds per square inch (210 bar; 21 MPa) every 90 degrees of rotation to keep the fuel pressure adequately constant in the rail. Fuel delivery to individual cylinders could be shut off via valves in the injector lines.[6] Doxford Engines used a common rail system in their opposed-piston marine engines from 1921 to 1980, where a multi-cylinder reciprocating fuel pump generated a pressure of approximately 600 bars (60 MPa; 8,700 psi), with the fuel being stored in accumulator bottles.[7] Pressure control was achieved by means of an adjustable pump discharge stroke and a "spill valve".
We are a manufacturer for diesel engine parts, Such as Head Rotor, nozzles, plungers, feed pumps, delivery valves, cam plates, repair kits and so on. Which are applied on Japanese car / truck, Euro truck and Agricultural machines.

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