CMS Fuel Systems Business Unit is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CMS, with more than 80 years of experience in development and production. So far, it has established operations in Indiana, USA, Juarez, Mexico, Wuhan, China, Seidetrie, Sweden and Partan, India. Five global production bases have been established. CMS Fuel Systems can design, develop and manufacture electronically controlled pump nozzle fuel systems, electronically controlled common rail fuel systems and electronic control modules for diesel engines with a displacement range of 6 liters to 78 liters, so that the engine can meet environmental emissions while having higher performance. reliability, durability, power and fuel economy.
The CMS fuel system is mainly supplied to the CMS engine business department, and the main external supporting customers include Scania of Sweden and Komatsu of Japan.
1920s-1930s: CMS fuel pump goes into production
1940s: CMS PT (Pressure-Time) injector developed
1950s – 1980s: PT fuel systems used throughout the CMS product line
CMS’ First Electronically Controlled Fuel System – CELECT Commences Production
Developed High Pressure Injection System (HPI)
Established a global strategic partnership with Scania, Sweden
CMS CAPS fuel system goes into production
CMS Common Rail Fuel System (CCR) started production
Ultra-high pressure injection system (XPI) developed in cooperation with Scania, Sweden
The CELECT fuel system is CMS’ first electronically controlled unit fuel injection system. It was introduced in 1990 and is now mainly used in CMS 11-liter M-series and 14-liter N-series engine platforms. The CELECT system is cam actuated to provide higher injection pressures.
The High Pressure Injection (HPI) system is an electronically controlled unit fuel injection system for heavy duty diesel engines (9-15 liters), currently mainly used in CMS 15 liter and Scania 12 liter diesel engines.
The High Horsepower High Pressure Injection (HHP HPI) system, similar to the Heavy Duty High Pressure Injection (HPI) system, is also an electronically controlled unit fuel injection system for diesel engines with displacement ranging from 6 cylinders/19 liters to 18 cylinders/78 liters.
The CMS Common Rail Fuel Pump (CCR) is mainly used in small and medium diesel engines (below 9 liters) to replace the previous pump nozzle fuel system (PLN), which can realize high pressure direct injection on small engines. Compared with other products of the same type, the CCR system can control the fuel injection volume more precisely, thereby reducing engine emissions and fuel consumption, and improving fuel economy. Currently, the main supporting models are CMS 8.9-liter L-series and 8.3-liter C-series diesel engines.
The ultra-high pressure injection (XPI) system is the latest product of CMS fuel system, developed and manufactured by CMS and Scania of Sweden. Compared with other common rail fuel systems, XPI can provide higher injection pressure and is currently mainly used for CMS medium-duty and Scania heavy-duty engines.
Based on the XPI platform technology and combined with the needs of the Chinese local market, CMS fuel system has designed and developed a complete set of electronically controlled fuel systems for DCEC Engine Co., Ltd. competencies required by regulations.
Localized Production in China
The CMS Fuel System Wuhan plant is the first overseas fuel system production base established by CMS outside North America after Indiana and Juarez, Mexico. It is a key measure for CMS to further strengthen its localized production capacity in China.CMS Fuel System (Wuhan) Co., Ltd. was established in 2007 with a total investment of 66 million US dollars. It adopts advanced manufacturing technology, R&D facilities and technological processes; it introduces a complete assembly line of high-quality common rail fuel system to produce diesel electronically controlled common rail fuel. System (including fuel pump, injector and common rail), CELECT electronically controlled fuel nozzle and fuel pump and related parts. Provide CMS partners and the Chinese market with full value chain services including production, assembly, testing and technical support for fuel and electronic control systems. The Wuhan plant has an annual production capacity of 160,000 electronically controlled common rail fuel systems, 40,000 electronically controlled pump nozzle fuel systems, and machining of precision XPI injectors.
At present, the products of CMS Fuel System (Wuhan) Co., Ltd. in China are mainly DCEC QSC8.3, ISL8.9, ISL9.5, ISZ13; XCEC ISM11 fully electronically controlled diesel engine; BFCEC X11, X12, X13 electronically controlled Diesel engine; GCIC QSL9.3 electronically controlled diesel engine and CCEC M11, QSK19, QSK38, N, K19, K38, K50 and other high-horsepower diesel engines are matched. In addition, they will be exported to international markets such as Asia, Latin America and Europe.
The first phase of the plant was officially put into production, and the pump nozzle fuel system (CELECT) began mass production.
The electronic control system was localized and began to provide engine, aftertreatment control modules and engineering technical support to CMS partners.
The after-sales service network system was established, and a variety of low-cost maintenance solutions were developed and released. By the end of 2017, it has reached business cooperation with 45 service dealers nationwide, and established maintenance service capabilities, focusing on meeting the diversified needs of end users.
The expansion of the second-phase factory was completed, and the production capacity of the factory was doubled.
The factory introduced an ultra-high pressure common rail fuel system production line. The XPI series products produced can achieve a maximum fuel injection pressure of 2000Bar. They are matched with CMS medium and heavy-duty engines, which can help improve starting performance, achieve more precise fuel quantity control, and improve fuel consumption. effectiveness.
To celebrate the company’s 10th anniversary, the 2 millionth fuel injector and 800,000 engine control modules rolled off the production line.
The Kunpeng series of fuel system products officially rolled off the production line. This series of products can achieve a maximum fuel injection pressure of 1800Bar.
The development of Kiran common rail system was completed, and the products of this series were exported to India.
the CMS Electronics and Fuel System Wuhan Technology Center was officially established. The completion of the center will provide a strong guarantee for the whole process of CMS fuel and control systems from R&D to manufacturing, and can better support the development of local business and serve local customers.
CMS Fuel System (Wuhan) Co., Ltd. has a total investment of 10 million US dollars and was officially put into production on April 8, 2008. The main products include diesel engine common rail fuel pump (CCR), CELECT fuel nozzle, fuel pump and related parts. CMS Fuel System Wuhan Plant is the first overseas fuel system production base established by CMS outside North America after Indiana, Texas and Juarez, Mexico. It is a key for CMS to further strengthen localized production capacity in China action. The first phase of the Wuhan plant has an annual production capacity of 70,000 fuel pumps and 150,000 fuel nozzles; the second phase has an annual production capacity of 150,000 fuel pumps and 300,000 fuel nozzles. At present, the products of the Wuhan Fuel System Plant are mainly used for DCEC ISL 8.9 liters, ISZ13 liters and XCEC ISM 11 liters fully electronically controlled diesel engines in China, and will also be exported to international markets such as Asia, Latin America and Europe.
Cardinal ultra-high pressure common rail fuel system is one of the six major products of CMS Electronics and Fuel. It is a new product developed by CMS fuel system specially for the Chinese market. The system includes fuel injection pump, fuel rail and fuel injector assembly. The maximum injection pressure of 2000Bar can be achieved during operation, which is suitable for 10-14 liter diesel engines, and fully meets the emission requirements of China V and VI. The high-quality Cardinal fuel system has a better cost-effectiveness advantage compared to other common rail fuel systems. At present, it is mainly used for Foton CMS medium/high-horsepower engines, and the target market of the products is the high-end market in China and Europe and the United States.
In 2007, CMS established CMS Fuel System (Wuhan) Co., Ltd. with a total investment of US$66 million. This is the first time CMS has set up a fuel system production base outside North America. In 2012, the electronic business department was established. In 2017, the electronic business and the fuel business were merged to form the electronic and fuel system business. CMS Electronics and Fuel Systems China actively introduces global advanced technologies and strives to promote localized R&D and manufacturing of electronics and fuel products. Technology first, leading change, CMS Electronics and Fuel Systems always insists on providing customers with the most advanced products and the best service. In 2017, CMS’ electronic fuel business achieved a record high with sales of nearly 240 million US dollars.
Not only to provide customers with reliable and advanced products, CMS electronic fuel system also continuously improves the after-market channel service network, enhances the after-market service capabilities, and develops low-cost maintenance programs to better meet the end users’ needs for products and services. As of the end of 2017, it has established business cooperation with 45 service dealers nationwide, established its maintenance service capabilities, and met the diversified service needs of end users.
The electronic control unit ECM is the brain of the engine, and its intelligent upgrade helps CMS to continuously meet the most stringent emission and fuel consumption regulations in the world. The controllers and sensors of the electronic control unit are developed based on the global engineering platform. All products have undergone strict evaluation, verification and matching. Whether in the road or off-road market, they have accumulated rich product experience and good product experience in the domestic and foreign markets. Electronic Architecture. All these support CEFS to quickly identify market demands, improve and optimize controllers and sensors for the complex domestic application environment, complete a large number of development verifications, and finally put reliable and stable products into the market.
“Ten years of hard work, create a better future”. The tenth anniversary of CMS Electronics and Fuel Systems business in China is inseparable from the understanding and promotion of customers, the support of dealers, the affirmation of end users and the dedication of employees. Taking the opportunity of the 10th anniversary celebration, CMS Electronics and Fuel Systems presented certificates to outstanding dealers, end users and 10th anniversary employee representatives.
CMS electronics and fuel system products and technologies are one of the core competitiveness of CMS engines, which are widely used in medium and heavy-duty engines produced by CMS in China, including Foton CMS 10-13 liter diesel engine, DCEC 8.3-13 liter diesel engine, CCEC engine 14-50-liter high-horsepower engine platform, XCEC 11-liter M series engine platform, etc., and exported to international high-end markets such as Asia, Latin America and Europe. Fuel system products are widely used in road machinery, such as tractors, dump trucks, flatbed trucks, special vehicles, public transport vehicles and coaches, as well as various non-road construction machinery, such as loaders, excavators, mining machinery, sanitation vehicles and Generator sets, marine generator sets, etc. Electronic products can provide customers with integrated electronic hardware, tools, basic software, software development processes, platforms and services. Products are widely used in CMS engines, after-emission treatment, fuel systems, powertrains and generator sets.
In the future, CMS electronic fuel system will adhere to the supply of traditional fuel systems, and will comply with the development trend of diversified automotive power, deploy new electronic fuel system technologies, meet customers’ diverse needs for power, and become a leading supplier of diversified powertrains in the future. business.