A Cumbria, UK-based (+44-1228-558866) engineering firm specialising in diesel injector testing announces an expansion of its services for customers in the Inverness area.
The latest service expansion from Extract Engineering offers garage owners, commercial fleet operators, and plant engineering firms in Inverness state-of-the-art testing solutions. The company is one of only 12 Delphi-approved testing centres in the whole of the United Kingdom.
More details can be found at https://www.extractengineering.co.uk/diesel-testing-services
The announcement highlights the firm's ideal location for businesses in the North of England and the whole of Scotland, many of which have had to send their diesel fuel system components to injector testing sites further south. For clients based in Inverness, a shorter trip to the testing facility in Carlisle offers both a time and cost-efficient solution.
The Extract Engineering team can address an array of common issues with diesel injector systems. These include rectifying injectors that have been poorly installed, which can cause problems with misfires, excessive smoke emissions, inefficient fuel consumption, and sluggish performance.
With a range of high-quality replacement parts from the original manufacturers, Extract ensures the durability and reliability of components over the medium and long term. The team can also address the fuel contamination issues that are at the heart of most diesel injector problems. Customers can have their systems checked and cleaned of gunge, dirt, metal, and contaminated water - all of which cause blockages, corrosion and erratic fuel delivery.
The firm uses cutting-edge technology to perform electrical tests on fuel injector systems - checking resistance, inductance, and other parameters. Flow testing and spray pattern checks are also performed by the experienced engineering team.
Extract Engineering's services and replacement parts - sourced from leading brands such as Delphi, Bosch, VDO, and Denso - come with a 12-month warranty, subject to terms and conditions. The improvements in fuel efficiency offer customers significant savings, compounded by reduced delivery distances for Scottish companies. Learn more at https://www.extractengineering.co.uk/diesel-testing-services/avm
The firm's services restore faulty injectors and pumps to meet OEM standards. With a testing facility that houses some of the most sophisticated technology of its kind in Scotland and the border areas, Extract Engineering offers consistent testing even for large fleets.
A spokesperson says, “This is a family-run firm and Steve Jefferson, the chief engineer, has had a long career in dealing with all the problems that can occur with diesel engine fuel injection systems. Many companies in Scotland and the North West of England still send injectors and pumps down to Preston and the Midlands - not realising that there is a more "local" solution to their diesel testing needs.”
For more information, go to https://www.extractengineering.co.uk/
Name: Steve Jefferson
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Organization: Extract Engineering Ltd
Address: 43a Millbrook Road, Unit 2, Kingstown Industrial Estate, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 0EU, United Kingdom
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