The diesel engine is also an internal combustion engine which uses heat of compression to initiate ignition and burn the fuel. So, it is known as compression-ignition engine. When the heat exceeds the spontaneous ignition point of diesel, the diesel will be injected into the combustion chamber. So, the diesel spray will self ignite while combining with the air, thus generating huge energy.
Due to its very high compression ratio, the diesel engine has higher thermal efficiency and fuel economy of any standard internal or external combustion engine. In addition, our diesel motor is widely used for passenger cars, railroad rolling stock, non-road equipment and vehicles, etc.