Gasoline and Diesel Injector Filters
The functional objectives of fuel injection systems can vary depending on a design decision for particular system optimization such as: power output fuel efficiency, emissions performance, ability to accommodate alternative fuels, durability, reliability, drivability and smooth operation, initial cost, maintenance cost, diagnostic capability, and range of environmental operation. Some combinations of these goals are conflicting, and can be challenging for a single engine control system to fully optimize all criteria simultaneously.
40 years of GVS injection systems filtration experience meets the quality requirements of the most demanding automotive manufacturers worldwide. Our injector filter technology equips high pressure Piezo direct fuel injection that, in conjunction with advanced engine management systems, is credited for delivering higher torque and improved vehicle fuel economy.
This is the state-of-the-art trend for today’s automotive gasoline engines. Starting from the research stage and design of the product on an experimental level, right up to large-scale production, GVS has acquired vast experience in injection technology needs and has become a leading firm at the international level in the construction of very high-volume injector filters for low, medium and high pressure fuel and diesel injector systems. The quality and experience acquired in this sector enables GVS to offer innovative solutions and patented design which make it possible to increase the filter surface, even in extremely small spaces, respecting the specifications or increasing the performance of the product up to 30%.
The entire production phase takes place in class 100,000 clean rooms with fully automatic equipment, with a production capacity reaching over 25 million filters per year for each mold. GVS covers a wide range of injector system filtration needs, starting with standard products such as diesel, low pressure, direct injection, methane, piezo, and conical gpl with stainless steel mesh, and including OEM solutions for more sophisticated systems and technologies. Filter materials used range between 8 and 100 micron and the screens in PA, PE, PPS and stainless steel offer different flow capacities according to the specifications required by the final product.