Classification And Maintenance Of Automotive Radiators

- Jan 10, 2019-

Automobile radiator is generally divided into water cooling and air cooling. The heat dissipation of the air-cooled engine is dependent on the circulation of air to take away the heat so as to achieve the effect of heat dissipation. The outer cylinder block of the air-cooled engine is designed to be built into a dense flake structure, thus increasing the heat dissipation area to meet the heat dissipation requirements of the engine.

Air-cooled engine has the advantages of light weight, convenient maintenance and so on compared with the most used water-cooled engine.

Water-cooled heat dissipation is the tank radiator responsible for cooling the coolant with engine temperature; The task of the pump is to allow the coolant to circulate throughout the heat dissipation system; The operation of the fan is blown directly to the radiator using ambient temperature, so that the high temperature coolant in the radiator is cooled; and the thermostat controls the state of the coolant cycle to store the coolant. When the vehicle is moving, dust, leaves and debris can easily be accumulated on the surface of the radiator, blocking the heat sink resulting in a decrease in the performance of the radiator. In this case, we can use the brush to clean up, or use a high-pressure air pump to blow away the debris on the radiator can be.