Diesel Engineering Services Ltd has added a new Bosch DCI 700 test bench to its already impressive of list of equipment for repairing common rail diesel injectors.
The company, which was established in 1968, by the Courtney family, and is based in Shercock, Co. Cavan specialises in the diagnosis, repair and re-manufacturing of Common Rail Injectors and Diesel Pumps from leading brands such as Bosch, Continental VDO, Denso and Delphi.
Last year it added the repair of Delphi Unit Injectors, commonly found on Volvo and Renault trucks to its portfolio of repairs and has the capability to repair diesel injection equipment from other leading brands such as Stanadyne, Zexel, Yanmar, Diesel Kiki and more. The latest exhaust emission standards and future directives increase the significance of testing common rail injectors in modern diesel engines for cars, light commercials, and heavy good and public service vehicles.
Therefore, the more precise the measurement is, the more accurately the injector can be adapted to perform at its maximum efficiency. With its new high-speed precise measurement system, the Bosch DCI 700 test bench has reduced setup and test times as well as user-friendly operation.
The Bosch DCI 700 test bench offers super-efficient testing with its short mounting and testing times, which enable four common rail injectors to be tested in less than 15 minutes.
Designed with a tapered base, it allows the operator to stand closer to the bench without having to bend to mount the injectors. This is one of the many ergonomic features that make the DCI 700 so easy-to-use.
Colin Courtney, owner of Diesel Engineering Services commented: “The Bosch DCI 700 diesel test bench is designed with the future in mind with its new measurement system and has the ability to test the latest common rail injector technologies for all car, commercial, agricultural, and marine systems, including those with Needle Closing Control (NCC) and Valve Closing Control (VCC).
“The Bosch DCI 700 diesel test bench delivers more accurate testing with faster turnaround times for the end-user.”
In other Diesel Engineering Services news, the company has added an e-commerce shop to its website, making it Ireland’s first online shop dedicated to the sales and supply of diesel fuel injection systems.
The company is continually adding new products to the shop, so if you have queries about which product is best suited to a particular vehicle or the company does not have it listed, contact Diesel Engineering Services on its contact page or on +353 (0) 42 9669256.