The IFT-70 is a cost-effective common-rail injector test; designed to provide all levels of workshop from garages to diesel workshops with the ability to perform a simple and quick diesel injector diagnostic. The IFT can be used either as part of a vehicle diagnostic in a garage workshop or as part of a full injector test, diagnosis and repair programme when used in conjunction with Hartridge’s AVM2-PC or CRi-PC products.

Injector Function Test: IFT-70


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IFT-70 Features

  • 0 to 700 Bar
  • Spray chamber for spray pattern observation
  • Injection graduate 158 ml in 2ml graduations
  • Backleak graduate 158ml in 2ml graduations
  • Graduate drain facility (semi-automatic).
  • Fume extraction
  • Simple injector fixture for:-
    - different injector sizes
    - change between spray pattern & measurement modes
  • No adaptors required for standard injectors
  • Side port adaptor required for specific applications
  • Flexible high pressure pipe connection
  • Includes IFT-c controller
  • Optional Ultrasonic Cleaner (IFT-u)
  • Optional nozzle opening pressure for non CR injectors. (IFT-n)
Injector Function Test Common Rail Control Box

IFT-c CR Control Box

Module IFT-c (Common Rail Control Box)

  • Integrated with IFT-70
  • Controls IFT-70 and Safety interlocks
  • Injector driver profiles:-
    - Delphi, Denso and Bosch Solenoid
    - Continental and Bosch piezo
  • Compatible with Testmaster for common rail capability
  • available as stand-alone unit

Module IFT-u

  • Optional integration with IFT-70
  • 1.5 litre capacity
    Ultrasonic Tank

    IFT-u Ultrasonic Tank

  • Available as a Stand Alone unit

Module IFT-n

  • Optional Nozzle opening pressure display
  • For use with:
    - Traditional Single Stage injectors
    - EUI nozzles (when used with Hartridge adaptors)
  • Displays NOP on IFT-c display
  • Spray pattern assessment in spray chamber


Safety Notice

“This product has the ability to test piezo-electric coils which require fast acting high voltage levels to excite the piezo stack.  Although Hartridge has designed the product to comply with the low voltage and electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC) directives, which is a requirement of the CE marking directive, there is a risk that some electrically sensitive devices could be impacted. Therefore, Hartridge recommends that this equipment should not be utilised by persons who are fitted with a pacemaker or similar heart support equipment.”