Under normal circumstances, armored vehicle radiators can be effectively divided into water-cooled and air-cooled. The heat dissipation of the air-cooled engine mainly depends on the circulation of air to take away its heat, so that the heat dissipation effect can be achieved. The exterior of the cylinder block of the engine is designed and manufactured as a dense sheet structure, which increases the cooling area to meet the engine's cooling requirements.
When the armored vehicle radiator is in operation, the radiator radiator is responsible for cooling the coolant with high temperature of the engine. When the pump is in operation, the coolant is circulated through the entire radiator system. The operation of the fan is mainly to use the ambient temperature directly. The radiator is blown so that the high temperature coolant in the radiator is cooled, and the thermostat controls the state of the coolant circulation. The reservoir is used to store the coolant.
Armored vehicle radiators, as the heat transfer and heat transfer components inside the armored vehicle, play an important role in armored vehicles. The material of armored vehicle radiators is mainly made of aluminum or copper. The core of the radiators is the main component, and there will be cooling inside. liquid.
For armored vehicle radiators, plugging is a very common type of failure. In order to reduce the occurrence of plugging during operation, soft water should be injected into the tank. Hard water must be softened prior to injection to avoid causing scale blockage in the radiator of the armored vehicle.
In winter, the weather is cold and the radiator is susceptible to freezing, expansion, and freezing. Therefore, antifreeze should be added to prevent the water from freezing. Check the water level at any time during daily use, add water after cooling down. When water is added to the armored vehicle radiator, the cover of the tank should be opened slowly. The body of the owner and the like should be kept away from the water inlet as far as possible to avoid high-temperature high-temperature oil and gas jetting out of the outlet and causing burns.