Here at Sterling Performance, we are famous for our world-champion offshore racing engines, but that’s not all we bring to the table. We perform durability tests on automotive pumps and complete fuel systems, and perform fuel injection R&D and component testing, including tests for fuel injectors, injector durability testing, fuel rail testing, throttle body testing, and more. Check out our Fuel System Testing page to learn more. In the meantime, our newest blog article is all about what to expect for the next few years in the Automotive Fuel Injection Pump Market, as Sterling Performance continues to be a major player.
An automotive fuel injection pump is a device which pumps fuel into the engine cylinder of the vehicle. The system comprises many integral parts like fuel pumps and sensors, which help in air intake, mixing and source fuel. The fuel injection system is located at the very core region of the diesel engine. Another vital function of the automotive fuel injection pump is to adjust the injection timing. Automotive fuel injection pump manages the timing from the point where the fuel is injected, ignited and combusted when maximum combustion pressure is attainted. The main purpose of the automotive fuel injection pump is to deliver fuel into the engine cylinders, while exactly controlling the injection timing, fuel atomization and other parameters.
Automotive Fuel Injection Pump Market: Dynamics
The key driving factor of the global automotive fuel injection pump market includes fast growing population, which have resulted in increased demand for premium, as well as non-premium vehicles, across all major developing economies. The macroeconomic factors, such as growing urbanization & industrial activities, coupled with up gradation of living lifestyle and an increase in demand for luxury and comfort in vehicles across many countries, is further augmenting the sales of automotive fuel injection pump. The significant increase in the sales of vehicles, owing to better fuel efficiency and low emission control is highly anticipated to drive the global automotive fuel injection pump market. Moreover, considerable growth in the Asian & European automotive sector and technological advancement in traditional automotive fuel injection pump will create a significant opportunity for the global automotive fuel injection pump market. Furthermore, the upsurge in the utilization of ethanol fuel in the automotive sector is highly anticipated to boost the demand for automotive fuel injection pump. All the above mentioned major influencing factors are highly expected to drive the global automotive fuel injection pump market over the forecast period. The key restraining factor, such as rising penetration of electric vehicles, may hinder the global automotive fuel injection pump market growth over the forecast period.
Automotive Fuel Injection Pump Market: Segmentation
The global automotive fuel injection pump market is segmented on the basis of technology, application, vehicle type and region.
Based on type, the global automotive fuel injection pump market is segmented as:
- Common Rail Fuel Injection Pump
- Rotary Distributor Fuel Injection Pump
Based on application, the global automotive fuel injection pump market is segmented as:
- Direct Injection System
- Multipoint Fuel Injection System
Based on pressure, the global automotive fuel injection pump market is segmented as:
- Low Pressure Pump
- High Pressure Pump
Based on the vehicle type, the global automotive fuel injection pump market is segmented as:
- Passenger Cars
Common rail fuel injection pump in the automotive fuel injection pump market is estimated to account for a significant market share over the forecast period. The prime advantages associated with common rail fuel injection pump is increasing the demand for improved vehicle performance and constant pressure throughout, irrespective of the engine speed & load conditions. On the other hand, among vehicle type segment, commercial vehicles are anticipated to see rapid market growth over the forecast period, attributed to increasing vehicle production along with growing demand for commercial vehicles.