Conventional Injector Nozzles:
Fields & Industrial Technical Services (FITS) offers the widest selection of diesel fuel injectors and nozzles available on the market today -- the Pencil Nozzle pioneered by Stanadyne to the industrial standard 17 mm and 21 mm conventional size injectors. Also covered are the EUIs (Electronic Unit Injector) such as in the Landrover TD5, Scania. The purpose of an injector is to deliver into the combustion area fuel in atomized or mist form, so that it burns completely & uniformly. The conventional or first generation injectors are mechanical type and opened on hydro-mechanical pressure.
Common Rail Injectors:
We have also repairing Comon Rail Injectors. The injector nozzles are calibrated to the highest degree of accuracy with our computerized test equipment.Common rail injectors receive fuel at high pressure upto and around 2,000 BAR (29,000 Psi) from the rail allowing for better atomised fuel on demand, this in turn allows more precise and more frequent injection with between 5 to 7 injections, in comparison to a mechanical system’s single injection. This allows diesel fuel to burn cleaner because there are less exhaust emissions. Diesel is fast becoming an option for a cleaner, greener-loving population of drivers.
Fuel Injector Pumps
Our modern fuel injection workshop is fully equiped to test and repair the widest range of Diesel Injector Pumps. Bosch, Delphi, Zexel, Denso, Mico, Stanadyne and Caterpillar. Common Rail included. We also cover the EUP (Electronic Unit Pumps) such as on Mercedes Actros and Atego. The fuel injection pump primary role is to regulate the amount, pressure and timing of fuel sent to each injector, which spray the fuel into the engine. Some injection pumps are mechanically controlled while others are electronic.
Common Rail Pumps
This is a high-pressure pump that constantly supplies fuel into the high-pressure accumulator (rail) for storage and use un
der pressure now in excess of 2,000 BAR (29,000 Psi). The pressure generated is not linked to engine speed meaning that the pressure required is already available at low engine speeds.
We offer quality service for turbochargers; we replace cartridges, faulty components, gaskets, remove obstructions, correct leaks and balance all turbo cores on our computerized balancer. Turbochargers are a type of forced induction system. They compress the air flowing into the engine by using the exhaust flow from the engine to spin a turbine, which in turn spins an air pump (compressor). The turbine in theturbocharger spins up to speeds of 150,000 revolutions per minute (rpm) -- thats about 30 times faster than most car engines can go. And since it is hooked up to the exhaust, the temperatures in the turbine are also very high, in excess of 800 Deg C
We have found that the Stanadyne Fuel Manager filters give you the best protection to prolong life to your inector pump and engine. We higly recomend the filters for removing water and particles thus prolonging the effective life of diesel fuel systems. We have had great sucsess with these filters and cut down Injector pump failures. Land Rover Puma, Ford Rangers, Everests and Toyota D4D engines all suffer premature Injector failures due to contaminated fuel. When the Injectors fail and performance is drasticaly reduced costing a fortune in repairs.
We provide everything from changing a bulb to a complete engine overhaul. No job is to big or small for us to offer an individual and professional service.
The core services we offer are:
- Vehicle Servicing
- Injector Pump Service
- Injector Service
- Safety & Maintenance inspections
- Timing Belt replacement
- Engine overhauls
Service of Generator
We offer service, overhauls and repairs to faulty generators. All common diesel related problems such as hard starting, low power, excessive smoke, etc can be dealt with and thus prolonging the effective life of your generators.
We provide electrical services for all vehicle applications, starters, alternators, etc. We cover vehicle Electrical fault finding and repairs.
We tests your engine to make sure it has sufficient compression as ever diesel engine relies on compression for them to start quickly and for them to run efficiently.
Yes, Cars have computers and plenty of them. Theyve snuck up on us over the past couple of decades or so and quietly assumed a central role in our daily transportation. In fact, they are vital. Virtually all modern vehicles have an ECU, also called an engine control module (ECM) that monitors various sensors located throughout the engine, fuel, fuel temperature, exhaust, turbo pressure, water temperature, and timingamongst a multitude of others including wheel sensors for traction control and anti skid brakes better known as ABS. In modern engines, sensors feed the ECU or ECM, information that the computer uses to make constant adjustments to fuel and air mixture, etc. If something goes wrong with the car, the computer will record a fault code long before a light comes on the dashboard (the automotive industry calls that a MIL, or Malfunction Indicator Light) alerting us that something is wrong. Some of those problems are simple and will be taken care of next time you go in for a service. Others are not and, if unchecked, can damage or destroy the engine.
Bottom line: our cars have computers and networks but most of us dont even know where they are and what they do. The complex electronics in today’s vehicles require more than a socket wrench and a long Sunday afternoon to diagnose and solve problems. You need an electronic diagnostic interface designed especially for this job. We have a number of diagnostic computers which we use. Bosch KTS670 which we use mainly on the European vehicles, Carman Scan1 which is used more so for the Japan vehicles, Launch X431 again for the Japan market and the Denso DST2 for Toyota
Fuel Filtration & Water Separation System
The fuel filtration and water separation needs of todays new generation diesel fuel systems demand extremely high efficiency, flexibility, multiple functions and ease of use with no risk of fuel spills or contaminated parts.
Stanadynes patented Fuel Manager range of combination fuel filter/water separators meets these demanding requirements, and Fuel Manager systems have been specified as original equipment by over 60 different manufacturers, and are used on hundreds of different machines powered by diesel engines. Available for light, medium and heavy duty trucks; and agricultural, industrial, construction and marine applications, there is a Fuel Manager Series to meet any condition.
- The FM10 Series is designed for diesel engines with a fuel flow rate up to 50 US gallons/hr (190 litres/hr). Typical engines range from 10 to 200 HP. The FM 10 Series consists of a moulded engineered plastic mounting header with a choice of different filter elements, which "twist on" using a Stanadyne patented feature. This ensures only the correct, genuine service element can be installed on the header, and assures the user that the engine is properly protected from contaminated fuel.
- The FM100 Series is designed for diesel engines with a fuel flow rate up to 80 US gallons/hr (300 litres/hr). Typical engines range from 50 to 350 HP. The FM 100 Series consists of a cast aluminium mounting header, with a choice of threaded ports of almost any configuration up to M16 x 1.5 O ring in size. "Push-in" quick fit connectors can also be specified, making fuel line connections easy, quick, and less costly. The filterelements interface with the header using a patented "Key Track" system, which, like the FM 10 Series, isdesigned to ensure that only the correct, genuine service element can be installed on the header.
- The FM1000 Series is designed for diesel engines with a fuel flow rate up to 180 US gallons/hr (680 litres/hr). Typical engines range from 200 to 600 HP. The FM 1000 Series is similar to its smaller cousin, the FM 100 Series. It consists of a cast aluminium mounting header, with a choice of threaded ports up to M22 x 1.5 O ring in size. The filter elements interface with the header using the same patented "Key Track" system as the FM 100 Series. Stanadynes experience of over 50 years of designing, making and supplying diesel fuel injection systems to customers all over the world has taught us that water is probably the single largest enemy of modern diesel fuel systems. During early development of the Fuel Manager range, it was decided that ALL filter elements would be designed with specially treated hydrophobic media to remove both water AND particulates. In addition, Stanadyne has developed various strategies using patented features to automatically remove air from the low pressure fuel system, and bleed it back to the fuel tank.
The Funnel Fuel Filter
The Funnel Fuel Filter comes in four different fast-flow models. Models differ mainly on flow rate. If your need is to transfer five gallons or less of fuel, then the F1 and F3 are for you. If you are transferring more than 5 gallons, then the F8 and F15 are right for you. Our F15 is our fastest flow model at up to 15 gallons per minute! This model can also be used at a fuel pump. Get your Funnel Fuel Filter today, and keep your engine running smooth!