Diesel supply sys
- The fuel supply system is typically located within the engine compartment of a vehicle or machine that uses a diesel engine
- It consists of several components, including a fuel tank for storing fuel, fuel filters to remove impurities from the fuel, and pumps to transfer and inject the fuel into the engine
- The diesel supply system is a critical component of a diesel engine, and it is responsible for storing, transferring, and injecting fuel into the engine for combustion
- During engine operation, the fuel is supplied by gravity from fuel tank to the primary filter where coarse impurities are removed. From the primary filter, the fuel is drawn by fuel transfer pump and is delivered to fuel injection pump through second fuel filter.