Our 3D videos give you a detailed insight into the design and principle of operation of our products.
Originally, intake manifolds were only designed to distribute the intake air to the individual cylinders. Today, intake manifolds are a complex component with a wide range of functions and attachments. Intake manifolds as used in modern petrol and diesel vehicles, often have tumble flaps in their inlet ports, for example. Our 3D animation shows the function of swirl flaps.
The vacuum pump generates vacuum to actuate pneumatic equipment. Single-vane vacuum pumps are state-of-the-art technology.
Our 3D animation shows their structure, function and use in the vehicle.
Fuel delivery modules transport the fuel from the tank for combustion.
Our 3D animation shows its basic structure, the advantage of the swirl pot, the function of the suction jet pump and addresses the control units for demand-based fuel supply.
Exhaust gas recirculation alone is no longer sufficient to comply with current and future emissions limit values – the recirculated exhaust gases must also be cooled.
Pierburg produces a range of EGR coolers, tailored exactly to suit the relevant vehicle application.
The animation shows the design and features of the compact Pierburg aluminium EGR cooler module with integrated EGR valve and bypass flap.
Ever increasing power density, reduced emissions, low noise and low fuel and oil consumption are the main requirements for an engine. Our animated film shows how the working environment and design of the piston have changed in light of these requirements.
As the housing for the drive mechanism and cooling jacket, the crankcase forms the central component of the engine. Under the BF brand, Motorservice offers new crankcases for fairly prices repairs.
The film shows which details must be taken into account during manufacturing and machining.
A crankshaft must be able to accommodate the force generated by the engine without being permanently deformed. It must also be elastic to resist vibrations and load changes. The film shows the immense amount of know-how required during the manufacturing process.
For effective and low-emission combustion in the engine, the air flowing in must be recorded exactly. The air mass sensor takes on this task. Its signal is used to calculate the injected fuel quantity, and, in diesel engines, also for regulating the exhaust gas recirculation.
Modern air mass sensors are based on the hot-film sensor principle. The animation shows the design and functional principle.
On modern passenger cars, regulated oil pumps are used to enable demand-based and fuel-saving oil flow to the engine lubricating points. The animation shows the principle of operation of the variable oil pump from Pierburg, that adapts its delivery rate automatically to the oil requirements (via the delivery pressure).