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The fuel flows through the main jet carrier (Y) and the main jet (Gg) into a well which contains the emulsion tube (s) and, directly above it, the air correction jet (a). Vacuum in the induction throat draws the fuel into the preatomizer (X) where it mixes with air and continues to the venturi (K) where it is fully atomized into the combustion mixture. As the vacuum in the induction throat increases, the fuel level in the emulsion tube well decreases and air enters through the air correction jet, mixing with the fuel through orifices in the emulsion tube and effecting a derichment of the fuel air mixture.
Last modified: Fri, 12 Aug 2005


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