The global diesel common rail injection systems market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% and is anticipated to touch USD XX million by 2020. North America has the highest market share of XX% in 2015, followed by Europe and Asia-Pacific with XX% and XX% respectively. The stringency in the emission norms, especially for diesel vehicles in Europe, has urged the manufacturers to avoid the expenses incurred in cleaning the exhaust systems after combustion by improving the diesel combustion process itself. The drastic pressure variations in common rail injection systems, owing to fuel injectors, will help to reduce NO2 emissions by 50% and escalate the fuel efficiency by 3%.
Common rail fuel injection is a technology that enhances the performance of the vehicle by regulating the fuel pressure. Simultaneous direct injection into the cylinders for efficient combustion is the principle observed in this technique. The Electronic Control Unit (ECU) precisely modifies injection pressure based on the data obtained from sensors on the cams and crankshafts. The Piezoelectric fuel injector is an advancement in the CR injection system that is independent of sensors and does the job by deforming the piezoelectric crystals, thereby transmitting signals to the ECU.
The absence of aftermarket is a major restraint to the global diesel common rail injection systems market. Recently, Denso Auto Parts Inc. announced the implementation of world’s highest injection pressure of a fuel injector (3000 bar) that could revolutionize the CRI system.
The global diesel common rail fuel injection systems market is segmented by vehicle type (passenger cars, LCV, HCV), fuel injector type (Solenoid, Piezoelectric) and geography (North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, South America, Africa and the Middle East). Companies are now focusing on R&D to come up with better technological innovations in the injection systems for a deeper market penetration.
Some of the key players in this market are:
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