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Delphi GL5.0 Heavy Duty Diesel Common Rail System

Posted on 1/4/2016 10:34:53 AM

The Delphi GL5.0 Heavy Duty Diesel Common Rail System (GL5.0 System) is designed for emerging markets, aimed at Euro IV and V emissions levels with an upgrade path for future, more stringent emissions requirements. Delphi offers a complete system including an all-new, low cost high pressure fuel pump optimized for applications in emerging markets, as well as electronic injectors, high pressure rail and pipe assemblies, an electronic control unit, and operating software and fuel filtration.
Delphi has earned a reputation for durable, high technology diesel fuel system products, and the GL5.0 System benefits from Delphi’s innovative approach and class leading performance and durability.

Benefits
Designed to be directly compatible with existing engine platforms
Highly efficient, compact high pressure pump with integrated transfer pump
Engine oil lubricated pump reduces impact of unknown fuel quality
Fast response injector, based on Euro VI technology
Fully flexible injection capability
Wide range of nozzle options available
Upgradable for future emissions requirements
Advanced fuel filtration capability
Target emissions: Euro IV, V, and upgradable to Euro VI

Typical Applications
The Delphi GL5.0 Heavy Duty Diesel Common Rail System is designed for nine to 16 liter engines and is suitable for on- and off-highway applications.

Specifications
Peak pressure range 
1,800 to 2,000 bar 
Engine cylinder capability 1.0 L to 2.6 L
Injector diameter minimum 21 mm
Pump 2-plunger
Drive voltage 50 V

Performance Advantages
The Delphi GL5.0 Heavy Duty Diesel Common Rail System benefits from the advantages of being designed from Euro VI products, which are among the most advanced fuel systems in the world. In addition, these designs are well proven and offer outstanding performance and reliability, coupled with world class durability. This provides excellent performance for Euro IV and V emissions with a clear upgrade path to the increased pressure and performance requirements of Euro VI standards.


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