L'Orange Offers Free Literature On Engine Injector Systems

L'Orange GmbH, Stuttgart, West Germany, one of the leading manufacturers of injection systems for medium and large diesel engines, offers a full line of high-pressure injection pumps and injection valves, spare parts for all injection systems from the major engine manufacturers, and other testing and assembly equipment for the maintenance and repair of injection equipment.

A recently introduced innovation from L'Orange is a pilot injection system which improves the efficiency of diesel engines and enhances environmental compatibility.

L'Orange offers an injection system which has been perfected hydraulically on a test bench under similar conditions to those found in an engine. The engine manufacturer thus saves expensive engine test runs and reduces the time required to develop his engine. At the same time as this development work, L'Orange conducts endurance testing for the complete injection system.

The system is only approved for use after it has been subjected to at least 10 million load cycles with out a fault being detected.

Engine manufacturers' requirements for high injection pressures and short injection times have led to the development of completely new pump designs by L'Orange. The company introduced a new design principle featuring the monoelement.

This means that high-pressure pumps from L'Orange, suitable foir continuous operation at 1700 bar peak pressure, only have one high-pressure sealing face. Several thousand high-pressure pumps with monoelements have been proven in service and satisfy the highest requirements for reliability and efficiency.

For free literature detailing the full line of injection systems from L'Orange, Circle 86 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 46,  Oct 1988

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