- Regulation of the rail pressure
- Regulation of the fuel supply to the rail
- Leakage <1 ml/min
- Response time 1.5 to 2.2 ms
- Working pressure up to 280 bar
- Mounted directly on the high pressure gasoline pump
|Working pressure||280 bar|
|Flow rate||22 l/min|
|Operating voltage||9 V to 16 V|
|Temperature range||-55°C to 140°C|
The hydraulic spill valve is a component of a high-pressure pump which supplies the rail with gasoline. The valve is placed directly in the high pressure gasoline pump.
The compression process in the piston pump depends on the quantity of gasoline. The valve determines the quantity of gasoline that flows to the piston pump and herewith controls the pressure in the rail. By changing the response time of the valve, the flow and consequently the pressure is regulated and the pump compresses only as much fuel as currently needed in the rail.
Depending on the requirements, the following applications have a common operating voltage of 9 V to 16 V and are designed for a temperature range of -55 °C to 140 °C.
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