BorgWarner sensor regulates pressure within combustion chamber.
BorgWarner BERU Systems anticipates new orders from global OEMs for its pressure-sensor flow plugs designed to enhance diesel-engine performance, improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions from within the combustion chamber. The company has delivered more than 3 million of the devices and expects total output to reach 10 million by 2016. Current customers include Audi, Isuzu, Opel and Volkswagen, which saw the technology debut in 2008 on the Jetta in the U.S. The sensor continuously ...
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