HEUI Diesel Injection System Overview
The hydraulically actuated electronic unit injector was technology developed by Caterpillar in the early 1990’s. The most popular application of this technology was arguably the 7.3L and 6.0L Power Stroke diesel engines designed by International Navistar and used heavily in Ford 3/4 and 1 ton pickups. In fact, the International T444E and 7.3L Power stroke are reportedly the first engines to employ the new technology on license from Caterpillar. Since then, the application has expanded to several models including the
Caterpillar C7/C9 & 3408/3412 engines. A major benefit of the HEUI injection system was engine control, as the characteristics of injection events can be controlled independently of any mechanical system. The results were cleaner emissions and greater fuel economy potential.
Download our E-Catalog and see the current applications being tested. Schedule a demo with our specialist at your convenience. Industry references are available upon request.
training facility/ technical support
We offer specialized training to our existing test equipment users on an annual basis. Taking out trials and errors from the equation leads to more productivity from your technicians and your equipment. With the introduction of HPCR in the late 90s, and now XPI on several engines, offering training and technical support have been an integral part of our successful program.
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