Febi highlights engine management range

Over 1,500 engine sensors and actuators cover more than 65,000 European and Asian vehicle applications

Febi highlights engine management range

Optimised engine operation is essential to maximise engine power, with the lowest possible exhaust emissions and fuel consumption, according to Febi.

Whether it is a decision about when best to ignite the fuel, or how much fuel and air to allow into the cylinder, Febi say that computers analyse and share information to make key performance decisions.

Sensors are vital for feeding information into the electronic control units (ECU).

The data they gather is sent to the ECU, which then controls various valves and injectors to ensure optimum combustion.

Febi supplies a range of over 1,500 engine sensors and actuators, covering more than 65,000 European and Asian vehicle applications.

Pressure sensors

Pressure sensors, also recognised as ‘manifold absolute pressure sensor’ (MAP sensors), provide instant manifold pressure information which is sent to the ECU.

The data sent to the ECU is used to calculate the air density and determines the engine’s air mass flow rate.

Febi has over 70 different pressure sensors to fit 5,000 applications.

EGR valves

Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valves reduce the level of nitrogen in the combustion chamber by recirculating exhaust gases.

This lowers the temperature reached during the combustion process, increasing fuel efficiency. 

Febi has over 130 EGR valves available articles in range to fit more than 4,600 European and Asian applications.

Crankshaft and camshaft sensors

Febi has more than 260 crankshaft and camshaft sensors for over 25,000 applications.

These sensors measure the speed and position of the cam and crankshaft.

The signal emitted is processed by the ECU to improve the accuracy of the ignition and fuel timing.

Air mass/ air flow meters

Febi has more than 260 crankshaft and camshaft sensors for over 25,000 applications.

These sensors measure the speed and position of the cam and crankshaft.

The signal emitted is processed by the ECU to improve the accuracy of the ignition and fuel timing.

Ignition coils

Febi supplies a range of more than 260 ignition coil articles for over 25,000 applications.

There are several different design and technological variations of the ignition coil, fundamentally controlling the sequence and current to the spark plugs.

Throttle body

The ECU has responsibility for helping to control the throttle valve inside the throttle body, receiving feedback from the throttle position sensor.

The throttle control also plays an important role in reducing emissions and for managing clean air for the EGR.

Febi supplies over 80 throttle body articles for over 3,200 applications.

Lambda sensors

The lambda sensor – also known as an ‘oxygen sensor’ – operates by monitoring and measuring the quantity of oxygen in the exhaust.

Improving the efficiency of the combustion engine, the lambda sensor determines the levels of oxygen and sends the information in data format to the ECU. febi has an extensive range of lambda sensor articles to fit a variety of vehicle applications.

Poor quality engine management components, including EGR valves and sensors, can lead to increased fuel consumption and reduced engine efficiency.

Premature wear is also increased, which can lead to expensive bills.

Febi supplies OE matching quality engine management components, ensuring optimum performance and long service life.

Find Febi’s engine management range on partsfinder by clicking ‘more details’ below.

The Febi product brand is part of the Bilstein Group, which also incorporates the strong Blue Print and SWAG brands.

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