Carlisle Diesel Injection Expert Testing Vehicle Efficiency Service Launched

Extract Engineering Ltd has launched an updated diesel injection testing service in Northern England and Southern Scotland for customers looking to ensure their injectors are working efficiently.

Carlisle, United Kingdom - July 2, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Extract Engineering Limited in Carlisle, Cumbria has announced its updated services for diesel injection testing using the latest Hartridge Sabre CRi Expert multi-brand test bench.

More information is available at https://www.extractengineering.co.uk/diesel-testing-services/diesel-fuel-injection-testing

The updated services from Extract Engineering Limited can help customers looking to test their diesel common rail diesel injectors for performance issues such as particulate and unburnt diesel pollution and heavy fuel consumption.

The Carlisle-based diesel injection testing specialists use the state of the art Hartridge Sabre CRi Expert test machine for testing both existing and emerging common rail technologies.

The Hartridge Sabre CRi Expert testing bench works at pressures up to 2700 bar, or 39000 psi and can test all common rail diesel injectors including those manufactured by VDO, DENSO, Delphi and Bosch.

The tests conducted by Extract Engineering Limited gives customers a detailed report on fuel delivery, back leak, response time, nozzle opening pressure, and minimum drive pulse. Additionally, following the testing, the company can clean, refurbish and repair the injectors before returning them to the engine.

Diesel injection testing is crucial for ensuring injectors are accurately calibrated to improve fuel efficiency, which in turn increases the cost-effectiveness of the engines and reduces pollution from fuel emissions.

The updated testing services are available for all vehicle types such as cars, lorries, vans and agricultural vehicles. Furthermore, the services are ideal for commercial fleet operators, garage owners, and plant engineers to ensure they injectors are working at optimum levels.

The company also offers a full one year guarantee with most makes of injector services. Their location and contact details can be found here: https://www.extractengineering.co.uk/contact

Extract Engineering Limited is a family run business with over 30 years of experience in industry and their services are available across Northern England and Southern Scotland, including Cumbria and Lancashire.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the website mentioned above.

Contact Info:
Name: Steve Jefferson
Email: Send Email
Organization: Extract Engineering Ltd
Address: 43a Millbrook Road, Unit 2 Kingstown Industrial Estate, Carlisle, Cumbria CA2 4JF, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1228-558866
Website: https://www.extractengineering.co.uk/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88966790

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