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Bosch introduces start-stop technology

It is a common practice for vehicles to keep their engines on during signals for fear that they may not start on time. However, the CO2  emissions are high and make the environment extremely polluted. Bosch introduces its start-stop Starter Motor, for a quick and reliable start that is efficient and time –saving. The start-stop starter motor for use in start/stop systems is technically mature, very effective and at the same time cost-favorable. Suitable for vehicles with manual or automatic transmission, the start-stop system is particularly efficient in conditions of dense urban traffic. 

 Bosch introduces start-stop technology


Economical driving and clean stops
The operating principle of the start-stop system is as simple as it is efficient: when the vehicle comes to a stop, the engine is automatically switched off. To drive off again, all you need to do is to activate the clutch or, in the case of vehicles with automatic transmission, take your foot off the brake pedal to restart the engine. A warm start only consumes as much fuel as 0.7 seconds idling time. So each stop saves money and benefits the environment from the first second on.
 
Trailblazing concept: today’s starting method
After a stop, Bosch starter motor restarts the engine not only automatically but also extremely quickly and quietly. Emissions are substantially lower than those produced by a classic engine start because the engine has already reached its operating temperature. Additionally, the amount of fuel required to start the engine is considerably reduced. This is ensured by the improved control of the start activity and the combustion.
 
Innovative design: for universal use
The great extent of their functions and performance are convincing features of start-stop starter motors from Bosch. They are suitable for use in an extremely wide variety of vehicles: with gasoline or diesel engines and with manual or automatic transmission. Due to their compact dimensions, they are as easy to install in the vehicle as a conventional starter motor.

Source : CarDekho