PRODUCT NAME: Injector Nozzle
OEM NO.：0280157108 9023785
CAR MODEL: FOR Chevrolet New Sail 1.4 Buick SAIL 1.4L
QUALITY: ALL TESTED 3 times before shipping
MATERIAL: HIGH-SPEED PLASTIC STEEL
BRAND NAME: R&C
WARRANTY: 1 Year
PACKING: WHITE BOX PACKING OR CUSTOMER DESIGN, OEM & ODM
MINIMUM ORDER: 50 PCS
INCOTERM: FOB or EX-WORK
DELIVERY: DHL EXPRESS DELIVERY or LCL, FCL
The work of the nozzle is good or bad, which plays a fundamental role in the power of each engine. Due to poor fuel caused the nozzle to work poorly, so that the cylinder carbon accumulation is serious, cylinder barrel, piston ring accelerated wear, resulting in idle instability, fuel consumption increase, acceleration is weak, starting difficulties and emissions exceeded, serious will completely block the nozzle, damage to the engine.
In addition, measures such as reducing the nozzle aperture, increasing the number of injection holes to improve the mixing conditions of air and fuel, and using low 16 alkane, low viscosity fuel to obtain the extension of the late combustion period and the fire point away from the hole end, have good effect on improving the combustion process of the ceramic insulation compound.
With the use of vehicles, carbon accumulation is gradually increased, and then will lead to poor engine performance: idle jitter, poor acceleration, fuel consumption increase, and the nozzle system congestion will cause jitter, poor acceleration and other failures. Why is carbon sequestration occurring? First, the fuel you use inevitably contains sulfur, glue, wax, other impurities, etc., plus dust in the air, the inevitable carbon build-up after combustion. Therefore, it is recommended that the vehicle every 20,000 kilometers or so to the injection nozzle replacement or cleaning. Regular maintenance is also an effective way to reduce carbon build-up.
Guangzhou China Pacific United Int’l Import and Export Limited
Address: Jiada International Plaza Tower A No.816, Jiahe Street, Baiyun District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province,
Contact Person: Martin Long