injector

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in·jec·tor

(in-jek'tŏr),
A device for administering injections.

injector

(in-jek'tor)
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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The aim of the fuel injector business unit is to find niches that fit the company's growth criteria, develop them, and thereby grow the business through unique solutions to engine manufacturers' problems.
During post-crash investigation, a brass plug on the fuel injector servo (model RSA-5AD1, p/n 2524297-10, s/n 55603 with a repair facility o/h stamp) was found popped out of the fuel injector servo, with its safety wire still attached.
In this global market research, analysts have estimated the passenger cars segment to lead the global market for automotive fuel injectors during the forecast period.
The idea of tuned fuel injectors came about when GAMI founder George Braly began doing research into why Continental engines tended to run rough, especially as he tried to lean to near peak EGT.
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.
The company will achieve the reduction by using high-precision fuel injectors and a particulate filter similar to a small incinerator that further burns the particles to scrub the black smoke from exhaust fumes, said Barb Samardzich, Ford's vice president for powertrain operations.
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.
In a diesel system, fuel transfer pumps, injection pumps and fuel injectors have parts that rely upon lubrication.
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The first V-ACT engines will feature high-pressure fuel injectors and Volvo's latest engine management system (EMS).
Experts say the transmission, fuel injectors and gears on the bike would have had to be modified for it to reach 200mph.
The operating conditions within which diesel fuel injectors must operate are challenging.