Diesel Generator Fuel Injectors – Servicing

Diesel Generator Fuel Injector Servicing is often overlooked. Due to the time and effort required to remove, examine and maintain the fuel injectors in a diesel generator. It’s all too easy to overlook these vital components when carrying out a service.

Generator Fuel Injectors Servicing is an essential part of generator maintenance. Noticing the problem early can help to prevent issues later on, increasing the efficiency and reliability of the generator.  Rather than through the expensive process of replacing the injectors. Remember at all times prevention is batter than cure. Act NOW avoid problems later

Why Service the Injectors?

A regular generator service can avoiding the following issues:

  • Generator starting issues and decreased fuel efficiency, often caused by leaking injectors.
  • Decrease in generator efficiency and performance caused by clogged injectors that don’t provide the correct quantity of fuel and an efficient spray pattern.
  • Numerous other problems caused by injector component failure.
  • Failure to start
  • Generator hunting when on load

Solution-

The service engineer can disassembled and ultrasonically clean the injectors. Visually check the fuel spray pattern prior to install.

Your installer or generator supplier will normally offer a preventative service and maintenance programme as part of the generator purchase, but check to ensure that the fuel injection system is covered by this.

We can help you –

Power Continuity engineers – Fully trained, experienced in the removal, cleaning and servicing of fuel injectors. They can also provide fuel additives that will help to clean the injectors on an ongoing basis, preventing the further build-up of deposits within the injectors.

The fuel injection system play a vital role in supplying fuel to the engine. Therefore service regularly by qualified engineers as part of a preventative maintenance contract.

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