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Diesel Fuel Pumps & Injectors Online Store Australia.

DIESEL FUEL PUMPS & INJECTORS FOR SALE ONLINE AUSTRALIA

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Australia - QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS, SA, WA, NT including Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin and all regions in between.

“A cleaner running engine is good for the environment – and for the cost of ownership. Cleaner running improves the long-term durability and reliability of your engine.”
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Jim Darley, Fluid Systems CPPD

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Diesel Fuel Injection & Pump Mechanic Services Australia Wide

We offer quality and experienced fuel injection cleaning, repairs, rebuild, parts and servicing Australia wide.
ABOUT US

CRDS is Based in Brisbane , Queensland We are leaders in Fuel Injection Sales and Service, from mechanical to the latest common rail systems.

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Partners in business with more than 15 years experience in the industry, CRDS is equipped with the latest diagnostic and test equipment.

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COMMON RAIL INJECTORS

COMMON RAIL INJECTORS

We stock quality common rail diesel fuel injectors for a range of vehicle makes and models.

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COMMON RAIL PUMPS

We stock quality common rail diesel pumps for a range of vehicle makes and models.

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We proudly offer free, tracked shipping on all our products, with the option for express.

  • What Are The Different Types Of Diesel Fuel Pumps
    Diesel engines are self-ignition engines, meaning that combustion happens by itself. However, the engine's combustion does not occur instantly. There are two things that can trigger combustion. The first is high-pressure, high-temperature air at a temperature greater than the flashpoint for diesel fuel. The second is when the fuel is atomized or pulsed in high-pressure, high-pressure, air. The combustion will spontaneously occur if these triggers are met. Diesel fuel pumps are the heart of all diesel engines. Your diesel vehicle's smooth operation will be assured by the quality of your diesel fuel pump. Reconditioned fuel pumps can be installed to reduce engine overheating and increase engine life. This will also improve overall performance. Diesel fuel pumps are also known as diesel fuel injection pumps. It is a complex mechanical device that pumps fuel from the fuel tank to the carburettor. The most critical component of a car's operation is the diesel fuel pump. It pumps fuel from the tank to the injectors using pressure. It is not surprising that diesel fuel pumps are also known as diesel fuel injector pumps. We have listed in this article the three types of diesel fuel pumps as well as their respective functions. Distributor Pump Type A distributor pump is an injection pump that has a smaller size. This pump is ideal for vehicles that have limited space. It can be controlled with various sensors, an electronics control unit and an actuator. The injection system is the main feature of the distributor pump. The distributor pump uses one plunger to access all injectors while the inline model uses one plunger to access one injector. The pump operates when the plunger presses all of the fuel into each fuel barrel. It is then placed around the shaft. The pump shaft will rotate and the plunger will press the fuel through the barrel in accordance with the ignition timing. Although this pump may have a smaller design it doesn't have high fuel pressure. This type of fuel pump is not often used in high-capacity diesel engines. Continuous Pump This pump is the most popular type of diesel injection pump today. This pump is used in direct injection systems. Its primary function, which is to raise fuel pressure at high pressure by 30,000 to 40,000 PSI, is to stabilize the fuel pressure. This pump regulates the volume and timing of the sprayed fuel. It is therefore easy to say that it is simple in form. This pump functions in the same way as a water pump, but it uses a turbine. Some pumps also use membranes. This pump will reduce fuel consumption and maintain the required fuel pressure. Individual Inline Pump The basic operating principles and configurations of individual inline pumps are the same. It includes a pumping element for each engine cylinder and a delivery valve. It can be organized in a straight line for up to 12 cylinders. A pump mechanism is equipped with a fuel delivery system. The plunger mechanism will serve the injector. The plungers are arranged in a single pump unit, which is also known as an inline injection pump. This is how it works. The crankshaft turns, and the camshaft pumps rotate. Cam rotation will cause the camshaft to press against the plunger alternately. When the plunger is pressed against a cam, the fuel will rise immediately and the fuel will be sprayed from an injector. It is important to know the exact model of your vehicle's diesel fuel pump in order to replace it if it becomes damaged. You can see signs of replacements such as sudden increases in speed, increased car temperature, reduced gas mileage, and many other things.
  • Everything You Need to Know About Diesel Fuel Injectors
    Diesel engines function using diesel fuel injectors. Diesel fuel injectors that are efficient and effective in delivering fuel to the engine allow the vehicle's best performance. This intricate process is explained. What Is A Diesel Engine? The way the fuel is delivered mechanically is what is most distinguishing between a diesel engine and a regular one. A diesel engine uses a series of fuel injectors to deliver fuel into the combustion chambers. This system is extremely hot and highly pressurized. What Is A Diesel Fuel Injector? These fuel injectors are the key players in this system. These parts ensure that the engine receives the right amount of fuel at the right time. The injectors spray the fuel into the cylinders as a fine mist. This part is different for each engine model. How Do The Injectors Operate? The injection pressures exceed 30,000 psi and are detected by the injection needles. This causes the fuel to become a fine mist. This pressure causes the injection valves open to allow the fuel to flow. The fuel flows through the lower chamber. Small holes break down the liquid, or the fine mist, which is where it starts. This form of fuel is easier to burn. After this process is complete, the timing valve will shut off the valve and cut off the pressure. The valves will reopen once the pressure has built back up and release more fuel. What are the Different Types of Diesel Fuel Injectors There are many fuel injection systems available, depending on your car's make and model. It is vital that you get the correct injector to ensure your car runs at its best. Installing an injector that isn't right for your vehicle could cause your engine to not get the correct amount of fuel, or even the whole system to fail. The Best Online Diesel Fuel Injectors for Australia Talk to a CRDS Specialists professional to ensure you're choosing the right diesel fuel injectors. We are industry leaders in diesel vehicles and can guarantee your satisfaction with genuine products and quality.
  • The Meaning Of Diesel Common Rail Direct Injection (CRDI) & Its Many Benefits For Your Vehicle
    Common rail is a fuel-injection system that can be found in modern diesel engines. Common rail systems offer a high degree of flexibility that can be used to achieve class-leading emissions control, fuel consumption and power. This allows Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), to design for optimal performance and exceptional value for their end-users across a variety of machines and applications. Modern diesel engines are increasingly using common rail direct injection fuel systems (CRDI) to provide flexibility and meet the strictest emission control standards. Common rail systems provide fuel to the engine at a pressure controlled electronically. This flexibility allows for superior levels of fuel consumption, power, and emission control.
  • What is the working principle of CRDI?
    An electronic controlled engine stores fuel at variable pressure in a cylindrical or 'rail' that is connected to the engine's injectors through individual pipes. This makes it a common rail for all injectors. Although the fuel pump controls the pressure, the fuel injectors work in tandem with it to control the timing and amount of fuel injected. Contrary to earlier mechanical systems, which depended on the fuel pump to control pressure, timing, and quantity, modern ones rely on it. The CRDI system also injects fuel directly into the combustion chamber. In older engines, indirect injection (IDI), injected fuel into a precombustion chamber that then fed the main combustion chamber.
  • What are the benefits of CRDI?
    CRDi controls the timing and quantity of fuel, as well as the atomization or spraying of fuel electronically via a programmable control unit. This allows multiple injections at different pressures (within pre-defined limits), which provides a degree of flexibility that can be used to improve power, fuel consumption, and emission control.
  • What are the benefits of common rail?
    CRDI reduces noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH), thanks to its timing flexibility. You will notice a quieter engine and a higher quality sound. It runs more smoothly. It will also reduce fuel consumption because it produces a finer fuel spray (atomisation), which burns more efficiently. Emission standards can be met by improving combustion efficiency. There is less fuel wasted in the exhaust, deposits and soot. Cleaner engines are better for the environment and the cost of ownership. Your engine's long-term durability, reliability and longevity will be improved by cleaner running. Good engines are designed to meet more demanding operating conditions. A higher fuel purity is achieved by using fuel filtered from the common rail. To keep your engine operating efficiently and within the emission limits, it is important to follow clean servicing procedures.
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