"Electronic control" means that the fuel injection system is controlled by the ECU of the diesel engine. The ECU (commonly known as the computer) precisely controls the fuel injection quantity and timing of each injector, which can maximize the fuel economy and power of the diesel engine. good balance. The traditional diesel engine is controlled by machinery, and the control accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
"High pressure" means that the fuel injection pressure is more than 2 times higher than that of traditional diesel engines, up to 200MPa (the injection pressure of traditional diesel engines is 60-70MPa). High pressure, good atomization, full combustion, improved power and fuel saving.
"Common rail" is to supply each injector at the same time through the common oil pipe. The fuel injection quantity is accurately calculated by the ECU. At the same time, the same quality and same pressure fuel is provided to each injector, so that the diesel engine runs more smoothly, thereby optimizing the overall performance of the diesel engine. . In traditional diesel engines, fuel is injected into each cylinder, the fuel injection volume and pressure are inconsistent, and the operation is uneven, resulting in unstable combustion, high noise, and high fuel consumption.