Engine manufacturers are switching to Direct Injection Fuel Injectors to meet emissions standards, better performance and greater fuel economy. GDI or Gasoline Direct Injection is a process where the a very fine mist of fuel is injected, at fuel pressures that vary between 450—3000 psi, directly in to the combustion chamber. To achieve these pressures, the gasoline is pressurized by a high pressure fuel pump that is mechanically driven and electronically controlled.
Because there is no cleaning agent, such as gasoline, present to clean the valves from any debris, carbon and dirt builds up behind the intake valves and ports. After 45000 miles, engines start losing performance and its costly to fix because you’ll need to remove the cylinder head to remove the dirt buildup from the intake valves and ports.
Our GDI injector cleaning and testing service can help save you money. We can service fuel injectors for anyone anywhere in the world. Please feel free to contact us about your queries.
The ASNU Injector Diagnostic System allows us to compare, side by side, fuel injector flow rates and spray patterns. We also service automotive, motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile, jet ski, marine, and outboard fuel injectors.
Our cost effective ultrasonic cleaning and electronic flow testing procedures will restore most fuel injectors to a reliable factory new condition, therefore eliminating the purchase of new and expensive OEM or aftermarket fuel injectors. When all cylinders are operating evenly, you can expect emissions, drive-ability, peak performance and fuel economy to improve.
As there are many variations to the GDI process, with manufacturers preferring their own abbreviation of the system, here are some of the ones currently in use: