What are the characteristics of automobile tubing?
Posted by Admin | 04 Jan
Automobile oil pipe return line filter is installed at the return line of hydraulic system to filter out metal powder and rubber impurities that are worn out by various components in the oil, so that the oil flowing back into the oil tank is kept clean.
The nozzle suction pipe cannot be used, mainly because gasoline is easy to explode, and it is also toxic. Especially leaded gasoline can damage the human nervous system, digestive tract and kidneys. In addition, gasoline also contains a high concentration of sulfide, and hydrogen sulfide is also toxic. If the fuel pipe is blocked, the owner hurriedly inhales with his mouth in order to pass the pipe. Once the gasoline is inhaled into the stomach, it may cause nausea and abdominal pain in the slightest, and poisoning in severe cases. Or death.
The filter element of the filter is made of chemical fiber filter material, which has the advantages of high filtration accuracy, large oil passing capacity, small original pressure loss, large dirt holding capacity, etc., and is equipped with a differential pressure indicator and a bypass valve. The fuel inlet pipe is the first to connect the fuel filter and the fuel pump, and the thinner fuel pipe returned from the fuel injector is the fuel return pipe.
The oil pump needs a power source to run, and the camshaft at the bottom of it is driven by the engine crankshaft gear. The key part of the fuel injection pump is the plunger. If you compare it to a syringe commonly used in hospitals, the movable stopper is called the plunger, and the syringe is called the plunger sleeve. Suppose a spring is installed in the syringe against the column. One end of the plug and the other end of the plunger contact the camshaft. When the camshaft makes one revolution, the plunger will move up and down in the plunger sleeve once. This is the basic movement mode of the plunger of the fuel injection pump.
The gasoline pipe is connected to the gasoline pump and the fuel injector of the engine to provide fuel. There is also a power-assisted oil pipe, which provides power-assisted oil for the steering gear, so as to achieve the purpose of reducing steering resistance. The brake hose is connected to the brake pump and the top post of the brake pad. When we step on the brake, the brake pump will pressure the brake pads through the brake fluid, and the two brake pads squeeze the brake disc to achieve the purpose of decelerating and stopping the car.