Dual coil technology is fast becoming the new “buzz” word within the diesel common rail (CR) aftermarket. Due to its advanced pressure and injection control techniques, along with twin channel injector firing protocols, it initially presented a challenge for Hartridge when developing a test solution for the Sabre CRi Expert; but as we have said in previous blogs we will take the path to achieve best results even if this isn’t the easy path!Read More
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The Hartridge mission, which we boldly accept, is to ensure that fuel injection components are tested according to OEM standards. We seek to do this to the highest criteria with the correct methods, even if these methods mean we can’t take a quick & easy path to providing workshops with what they need to achieve these OEM standards.
So for us CR injector coding; if it is to be done correctly, is simply a means of ensuring that an injector which passes the Hartridge test plan is then calibrated to perform as originally specified by the OEM.Read More
Diesel injector coding is essential to get right with modern common rail diesel systems. Today’s euro 6 injectors are capable of operating at 2000 plus bar and this performance is not just the reserve of high end vehicle tuning any more.
Understanding coding & understanding the right way to code is critical for reducing vehicle running issues and customer complaints.Read More
Watch our teaser trailer on the new developments coming soon on the Sabre CRi Series. New Denso coding, new applications, new capabilities and new magmahTouch software all for the Sabre CRi Expert & Sabre CRi Master.Read More
We are accustomed to launching new products and having a diverse range of testing solutions, that has evolved over the near 90 years of Hartridge’s own evolving heritage. Lots of exciting new products have joined our portfolio in recent years, and now our new generation of All-Makes test benches is expanding.Read More
A little while ago we posted a brief article on response time and why it matters. This short and sweet article had some insights on why we care about response time so much and why, even when you have equipment with a lot of different test steps and amazing functionality, it is important to not forget the basics; such as response time. This is why we are dedicated to Full Event Response Time (FERT)Read More