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Stranraer Diesel Injector & Pump Repairs: Delphi-Approved Test Centre Announced

Extract Engineering (01228 558866) announces its status as a Delphi-authorised test and repair facility, offering some of the most advanced diesel injector diagnostic capabilities for heavy vehicle operators in Southern Scotland and the North West region.

The centre has recently introduced the latest generation of common rail diesel injector test benches, the Hartridge AVM-2 PC, which it says is capable of diagnosing faults that would otherwise be difficult to identify. In addition, the facility can repair injectors to OEM standards, including new coding, helping operators keep their vehicles running at optimum performance.

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Extract Engineering explains the Delphi injectors can be found on a wide variety of heavy vehicles, including models from Volvo, Renault, DAF, Pacar, and Mercedes. With the latest announcement, the firm offers nearby expertise that eliminates the need to send injectors further afield for testing and/or repair.

“We conduct the most detailed testing and fault analysis available to the commercial transport and heavy goods industries in the Southern Scotland, Borders, and North West regions,” a company representative explained. “We have invested in the very latest testing technology to supplement our years of experience with diesel system diagnostic tests.”

Symptoms of common rail diesel injector problems can include an increase in smoke emissions, loss of power, rough idle, an engine rattle, oil use, or dirty engine oil. Recognising that a problem exists, and carrying out preventive maintenance, can often prevent more significant and costly damage from occurring.

As Extract Engineering point out, the common rail injector systems are manufactured to very fine tolerances, and also operate at high pressures, requiring specialised equipment to diagnose potential faults. With the latest announcement, the firm brings some of the most advanced test and repair capabilities to the North West and Southern Scotland regions.

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About Extract Engineering

Company manager and lead engineer Steve Jefferson is widely recognised for his experience and expertise with diesel injector systems, and his knowledge contributed to the development of Delphi’s latest generation of testing platforms. In addition to common rail injectors, the centre retains the capabilities and equipment required to test and repair older mechanical systems.

“We’re based in Scotland, but we always go to Extract Engineering for any injector or fuel testing issues,” one client recently stated. “They always provide a brilliant service.”

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Contact Info:
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
Phone: +44-1228-558866

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 89129469

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