Automotive Solenoid Injector Market: An Insight On the Important Factors and Tre

Posted by Harshad Borde on May 13th, 2019

An automotive solenoid injector operates within common rail systems of engine. They are the most frequently used supply systems of high pressure fuel to the engines. A solenoid injector enables the separation of high pressure generation function and fuel injection performance. Consequently, it provides flexibility and adaptation of the injection system to the engine, which have higher efficiency than conventional systems.

Since fuel is located in the chamber with constant high pressure, it is possible to model the injection freely by means of sending electrical impulses to the injectors. A programmer and electronic control unit, supplies power to the solenoid valve of the injector, which activates the sprayer. The injection of fuel is complete after the power supply to the solenoid valve is discontinued. The amount of fuel to be injected is decided by the solenoid valve is open. It is not dependent on engine rotational speed or an injection pump.

The common rail direct injection system, in an automotive, offers additional ways of influencing the combustion process. The most important reason for this is a completely independent control over the air flow and fuel metering processes. At the same time, the high injection pressure of up to 20 MPa improves the atomization and thus, the preparation of a homogeneous mixture. By directly injecting fuel into the combustion chamber result in formation of fuel manifold-wall film, which often leads to problems in gasoline engines during transient operating conditions, is avoided.

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The common rail direct injection methods are preferred by automotive engine manufacturers due to the advantages mentioned above. Solenoid injectors fulfill the demand for high pressure, as they have a more sustainable internal body than that of other type of injectors. Moreover, their manufacturing cost is relatively low. The ability to maintain high pressure in the common supply line, irrespective of engine speed, is a key factor that drivers the automotive solenoid injector market. Consistent increase in demand for high efficiency engines has presented numerous opportunities for the automotive solenoid injector market.

Solenoid injectors have the ability to produce a maximum five pulses per cycle, and it is difficult to control the delivery of fuel in solenoid injectors. These factors act as key restraints for the automotive solenoid injector market.

The automotive solenoid Injector market can be segmented based on injection system, type of solenoid used, technology, and geography. In terms of injection system, the automotive solenoid injection system market can be segmented into Multi Point Fuel Injection (MPFI) system and Common Rail Direct Injection (CRDI) system. In the CRDI system, the fuel is injected directly above the piston, whereas in the MPFI system the fuel is injected in the intake manifold. Based on type of solenoid used, the automotive solenoid injector market can be segregated into AC laminated solenoid, DC C-frame solenoid, DC D-frame solenoid, linear solenoid, and rotary solenoid. AC laminated solenoid is famous for attracting force that can be applied by it in their first stroke.

DC C & D-frame solenoids are named so due to the shape of covering around the coil. Linear solenoid is capable of applying a pull or push force. Based on technology, the automotive solenoid injector market can be segmented into first generation solenoid injectors and second generation solenoid injectors. Second generation solenoid injectors are able to supply fuel at a high pressure, up to 2500 bar, and can provide eight individual injections per cycle. While the first generation of automotive solenoid injectors can provide up to five individual injections per cycle.

Based on geography, the automotive solenoid Injector market can be segmented into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Rest of the World. Asia Pacific is a prominent market for automotive solenoid injectors. Increasing demand for automotive is fuelling the demand for automotive solenoid injectors.

Automotive components such as fuel injectors play a vital role in order to meet the increased demand for high efficiency automotive engines. Prominent manufacturers of solenoid injectors has great focusing on innovation for increasing the efficiency of solenoid injectors. Key players operating in the automotive solenoid injector market are Robert Bosch GmbH, Continental AG, DENSO CORPORATION, Delphi Automotive LLP, Woodward, Inc, Sentec, and Eaton.

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