The spark plugs of a car are very important that without it, your car will not start. This means that you cannot go any place you want. And because the condition of the spark plugs directly affects engine performance it is important to consider the material used to fabricate it. Spark plugs need to endure extreme high temperature and pressure in order to provide a smooth ride. The health of the spark plugs also affects fuel efficiency so it is recommended to replace your car’s spark plugs when you notice the following symptoms: a rattling sound when you start your car; difficulty in starting; reduced performance and fuel efficiency. Most car manufacturers recommend that spark plugs are replaced every 30,000 miles travelled. More advanced plugs are four times more durable than Copper plugs that are known to have the shortest service life. Bosch offers two types of spark plugs that you may choose from.
1. Bosch Platinum Plus Spark Plugs: these can perform 25% longer than the previously distributed spark plugs of Bosch. The combination of platinum and iridium, which are elements known for their superior toughness and extremely high resistance of heat and pressure warrants in both the center and ground electrodes high durability and supreme power. The terminal stud and brass terminal nut are fully threaded resulting to an oxidization free and spontaneous connection, finest conductivity, and supreme structural durability.
2. Bosch Double Iridium Spark Plug: iridium is a very hard element and extremely resistant to corrosion. It is four times more resilient than copper. The pin-to-pin scheme of this spark plug decreases electrical energy for ignition and can increase ignitability of the air fuel fusion leading to enhanced locomotive efficiency. The continuous welding using laser technology ensures that the precious metal – iridium- is permanent in place.