articles and achievements

articles and achievements

Introduction to car radiators

Introduction: In the car engine, the heat produced during combustion is more than the tolerance of the best heat-resistant metals, ie the most resistant metals in terms of heat tolerance are not able to withstand this heat for a long time.

History of brass and aluminum copper radiators

Copper brass and aluminum radiators for car heat exchangers from the first days of using the water cooling system in car engines made of brass pipes that were connected to copper blades using the soldering method (Soldering).

Differences in construction and production of radiators

The car radiator, as mentioned, consists of three parts: core (network), inlet and outlet collectors (inlet and outlet tanks) and expansion source. One of the most important differences between brass and aluminum copper radiators

Radiator components

Radiator components: core (network) inlet and outlet collectors (upper and lower tanks) storage tank or hot water expansion source between the cylinder wall through the thermostat enters the upper tank of the radiator and somewhere inside the core (network)