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    MKW Motors explains Selective Catalytic Reduction (Part 3 of 3)

    The NOx sender consists of two chambers, two pump cells, several electrodes and a heater. The sensor element consists of zirconium dioxide. Fidget Cube Shop Promotion Off Sale Fidget Cube Shop Products Price Fidget Spinner Fidget Cube Shop Fidget Cube-Color Edition

    December
    22
    2016

    Cheap electronics do not mean more profit

    Keith Walsh of MKW Motors & Training warns technicians not to fit cheap electronic sensors or actuators In this article I will talk about a recent case we diagnosed in MKW Motors, which will prove the mistake. Yes the cheap part will give you more profit at the end of the job “so we think …

    May
    26
    2016

    MKW Motors explains Selective Catalytic Reduction (Part 2 of 3)

    The NOx sender consists of two chambers, two pump cells, several electrodes and a heater. The sensor element consists of zirconium dioxide. This substance has the characteristic that, when electrical voltage is applied, the negative oxygen ions migrate from the negative electrode to the positive electrode.

    May
    6
    2015

    MKW Motors explains Selective Catalytic Reduction (Part 1 of 3)

    The reduction of pollutant emissions is an important challenge in automotive technology. In the first of three articles, MKW Motors explains Selective Catalytic Reduction.

    April
    8
    2015

    MKW offers insights into the working of GDI systems

    Bosch training partners, MKW Motors is offering insights into the workings of gasoline direct injection (GDI) systems. The aim of the gasoline direct injection (GDI) system is to save up to 25 % of fuel. The efficiency of the spark-ignition engine improves as the fuel-air ratio rises, which is why the engine is ideally run …

    March
    6
    2015