What Is Triple Spark Technology, And How Does It Work?

What is Triple Spark Technology? The Triple Spark Technology uses three same spark plugs to ignite the fuel. However, instead of a single spark plug in the conventional petrol engine design, this engine uses three …

Triple Spark Technology (Photo Courtesy: Bajaj Auto)

What is Triple Spark Technology?

The Triple Spark Technology uses three same spark plugs to ignite the fuel. However, instead of a single spark plug in the conventional petrol engine design, this engine uses three plugs.

Comparison of Triple Spark Technology (Photo Courtesy: Bajaj Auto)
Comparison of Triple Spark Technology (Photo Courtesy: Bajaj Auto)

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How The Three Spark Technology Works:

Bajaj Auto (http://www.bajajauto.com) developed this technology and implemented it in Bajaj Pulsar 200NS. The three spark plug technology provides fast and optimal combustion under part-load conditions. Thus, it helps in achieving better fuel efficiency and lower emissions.

Working of 3-Spark Technology (Photo Courtesy: Bajaj Auto)
Working principle of 3-Spark Technology (Photo Courtesy: Bajaj Auto)

An advanced Electronic Control Unit controls the 3-Spark engine. Bajaj Auto claims that the combustion in a 3-spark engine is 27% faster than a twin-spark engine. However, it is almost 50% faster than a conventional single-spark engine design. Since the combustion is faster, it helps to achieve complete burning of the air-fuel mixture in the combustion chamber. Thus, it helps in attaining better emissions. It also aids in getting higher fuel economy in Bajaj motorcycles.

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