The development of the common rail system is a landmark in significantly improving the diesel engine capabilities. Common rail systems have been actively involved in developing advanced diesel engine technologies to meet customer needs as well as stringent worldwide emission regulations.
The common rail system accumulates high-pressure fuel in the common rail and injects the fuel into the engine cylinder at timing controlled by the engine ECU, allowing high-pressure injection independent from the engine speed. As a result, the common rail system can reduce harmful materials such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter (PM) in emissions and generates more engine power.
Delivered by industry professionals, the Common Rail Diesel injection (CRDi) Introductory Course is designed specifically for automotive repairers wanting to familiarise themselves on CRDi. All the information you need to understand Common Rail technology and associated safe working practices will be covered in this basic introductory session.