Principle and composition of water cooled oil cooler

- Apr 28, 2018 -

The water cooled oil cooler is mainly composed of two parts: the outer shell and the inner cooler body. The outer shell includes the three parts of the cylinder body, the water diversion cap and the return water cap. The inlet and outlet oil pipes and the inlet and outlet pipes are also provided. There are also baffles, which are mainly used to enhance heat transfer and support other components.


A water cooled oil cooler is a liquid-liquid heat exchanger because the heat medium is a variety of oils or oils, and the coolant is water, the oil goes through the tube, and the cooling water goes through the shell. The medium exchanges heat. The heat medium of the heat exchanger is entered through the tube on the tube and then flows through the baffle channel and exits from the tube outlet.


A water cooled oil cooler uses cooling water as a medium for heat exchange with the oil, and the larger the water flow, the better the heat exchange effect. It can meet the requirement of low temperature after cooling the oil temperature, and can reduce the oil temperature to about 40°C.