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Welcome to the Capital Reman Exchange Library. Here you will find a collection of informational articles involving the diesel engine industry and the remanufacturing of diesel engines. The articles are all researched and written by professionals here at Capital Reman Exchange.

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How Diesel Fuel Injectors Work

Sunday, November 15, 2015

The diesel market continues to grow from year to year as the need for reliable light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles increases mostly in secondary and third world countries. As infrastructure improves across the world so does the need for dependable work trucks. J.D. Power and Associates predicts that diesel sales will more than triple in the next 10 year accounting for more than 10% of all vehicle sales up from 3.6% just 10 years ago in 2005. From the year 2000 to 2005 diesel registrations increased over 80% exceeding 550,000 vehicles. From 2005 to 2015 that number further increased another 67%. ... read more »

Remanufacturing & The Environmental Impact Part 2

Friday, May 8, 2015

Nearly everyone who operates, owns or manages heavy diesel transportation equipment knows the Federal Government instituted regulations in an attempt to reduce emissions, fuel consumption and bolster a positive impact on the environment, but how does remanufacturing of diesel engines and engine components fit into the equation? ... read more »

Connecting Rods At Work

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

A major source of engine wear is the sideways force exerted on the piston through the connecting rod by the crankshaft, which typically wears the cylinder into an oval cross-section rather than circular, making it impossible for piston rings to correctly seal against the cylinder walls ... read more »

Ford Introduces New Remanufacturing Technique – Plasma Transferred Wire Arc Welding

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Engine remanufacturing is a precise science involving a plethora of engineering variables. Technology has evolved as engines have become more advanced. In recent years fuel reduction efficiency and emissions control have changed the way diesel engines have been designed and thusly remanufactured. In many cases, older once less fuel efficient models, are now being upgraded to better operating functionality. Oftentimes the engine is more powerful than day it originally left the factory 20 years before ... read more »