A mechanical or electro-mechanical device that meters fuel into an engine.
a electronically controlled valve
a precision device that must meter the quantity of fuel required for each cycle of the engine and must develop the high pressure necessary to inject the fuel into the combustion chamber at the correct instant of the operating cycle
a simple solenoid which controls the fuel flow
a very simple device consisting of a coil of wire, a spring, and a pintle valve
A device for delivering metered, pressurized fuel to the intake system or individual cylinders. An injector sprays fuel, which helps atomization for a more dense mixture, when combined with incoming air.
An electro-mechanical device that precisely meters fuel into an internal combustion engine based on a time electronic input.
A small valve, usually electronically controlled, that controls the amount of fuel entering the engine.
Device used on fuel injection engines to inject fuel directly or indirectly into the combustion chamber. Some fuel injection Systems use a single fuel injector, while some systems use one fuel injector for each cylinder of the engine. asket - Compressible material used between two surfaces to provide a leakproof joint.