Gas powered engines by their very nature produce air bubbles and vapor when they are in use. This is because liquid fuel does not stay still when a vehicle is in motion. The presence of these elements in an engine can lead to inefficient and eventually dangerous side effects, which is especially disconcerting when dealing with diesel-powered truck engines. Fortunately, there are systems that can solve these issues.
Diesel Engine Challenges
As fuel sloshes inside an engine while the truck is in motion, vapors and air bubbles naturally form. These elements can cause all sorts of complications, including delayed fuel injection. By its very nature, fuel injection requires a balanced mixture of air and fuel to operate efficiently, but the formation of air bubbles can disrupt this balance. As a result, engines run less efficiently due to delays in injection timing. Fuel will begin to be consumed more quickly, exhaust … Read more