In order to meet the increasingly stringent emission standards, especially the European v and higher emission standards, BorgWarner based on its own diesel engine EGR system experience, developed into Sensor a new generation of flexible, small diesel exhaust gas recirculation (DEGR) Reinforced the flexibility of the layout.

   The EGR valve is an electromechanical integrated product used in a diesel engine to control the amount of exhaust gas recirculation fed back to the intake system. BorgWarner's new generation of products uses DC motors to drive two-stage gears, while a unique set of mechanism designs convert the motor's rotational motion into a linear motion of the valve. Can provide a fast response speed, effectively prevent Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor the exhaust gas viscosity, the engine ECU sends a control signal to the DC motor, DC motor to drive the valve to the designated opening position to provide the required exhaust gas flow. The EGR valve uses a non-contact position sensor to send a feedback signal to the ECU to ensure that the EGR flow is accurate while maintaining the valve position. Recirculated exhaust gases and combustible mixtures limit the maximum combustion temperature in the cylinder while reducing NOx generation.

     A new generation of products to meet a variety of layout conditions, can be used in the hot end or cold side, as well as single valve and double valve for selection. It can be easily integrated with EGR coolers and cooler bypass valves to improve engine performance Temperature Sensor and reduce fuel consumption while reducing NOx emissions. Robust and reliable anti-sticking feature components effectively improve and improve the durability of next-generation systems.