Denso sen­sors: bet­ter per­for­mance, no prob­lems

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Denso has been a leader in the field of sen­sor de­sign since the tech­nol­ogy be­came widely adopted by ve­hi­cle manufacturers in the early to mid 1990s. The com­pany pi­o­neered air/ fuel sen­sor tech­nol­ogy which is used in many of to­day’s more ad­vanced ve­hi­cles. Through its in­dus­try rep­u­ta­tion for re­li­a­bil­ity and qual­ity, Denso has be­come one of the largest OE sup­pli­ers of th­ese parts world­wide.

Denso has ex­pe­ri­enced strong growth in sales of its OE qual­ity af­ter­mar­ket oxy­gen and air/fuel sen­sors in re­cent years, as ve­hi­cle own­ers be­come in­creas­ingly aware of the cost ben­e­fits of re­plac­ing worn or faulty sen­sors through im­proved fuel econ­omy and re­duced re­pair costs (cat­alytic con­vert­ers can typ­i­cally be dam­aged when a faulty sen­sor is left un­re­paired).

The ve­hi­cle re­pair mar­ket has shown an in­creas­ing pref­er­ence for re­plac­ing faulty parts with OE stan­dard prod­uct from rep­utable brands as qual­ity con­cerns about cheap, but sub­stan­dard, af­ter­mar­ket sen­sors from low cost coun­tries be­come in­creas­ingly ap­par­ent.

Denso’s af­ter­mar­ket sen­sors are man­u­fac­tured to the same high stan­dards of the OE range.

They in­cor­po­rate a unique alu­minium ox­ide dou­ble trap layer around the sen­sor’s ce­ramic el­e­ment which helps pro­tect them from con­tam­i­nated fuel which is one of the most com­mon causes of pre­ma­ture sen­sor fail­ure. This fea­ture helps Denso sen­sors main­tain their lifes­pan and per­for­mance and make them sought af­ter in the ve­hi­cle re­pair mar­ket­place.

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