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A device for administering injections.


A device for making injections.

jet injector

See: injection, jet

pressure injector

A device that delivers a substance to be injected, often controlled by a timing mechanism, at a specified pressure.
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A dirty fuel injector can ruin your engine because it hinders your vehicle from running smoothly.
Then the fuel injector pump will have no problem doing its job.
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.
Average grain size of the zirconia used for this fuel injector application is significantly smaller than the 40 [micro]m average grain size for the MS grade, and 45 [micro]m average for the TS grade.
Using the supercomputer, we will apply a methodology called Large Eddy Simulation (LES) to model the fuel injector.
The company will install an improved fuel injector line and vibration dampers.
When this happens, the fuel injector pump can't meter the increased fuel that's needed to push the load.
Traditional port fuel injectors form deposits similar to DIG injectors; however deposit formation tends to be less rapid because they are located in a cooler part of the engine, upstream of the intake valve.
The engine developed by SwRI researcher Susumi Ariga and colleagues (see diagram) uses a fuel injector rather than a carburetor to mix fuel with air for combustion.
It could be a crack in the air/fuel ratio line that mounts into the air/fuel ratio valve that mounts into the fuel injector pump on the vehicle's curbside.
Called "Spray Guided Combustion," this GDI strategy will require advanced fuel injector designs.
The gasoline additive increases fuel economy, reduces emissions and restores vehicle power and performance by dissolving and removing combustion chamber, intake valve and fuel injector deposits.