Common Rail System

Common rail is the latest diesel engine technology and is already used in many of our cars. The system stores the injection pressure in a high-pressure fuel reservoir referred to as the 'common rail' as it supplies all the injectors. The generation of pressure and the fuel injection processes are separate. Lines connect all the cylinder injectors to the common rail in parallel, ensuring they all have an uninterrupted supply of constant pressure. The injection quantity and timing are controlled using solenoid valves (electromechanical valves that control the flow of fuel through the injectors). The advantage of common rail is that fuel can be delivered at higher pressure, giving better mixing with air for more efficient and cleaner combustion. This offers you higher performance combined with improved fuel consumption.