The function of the motorcycle radiator

- Dec 11, 2017 -

At present, the motorcycle radiator in the market mainly includes three types, namely air cooling heat dissipation, water cooling heat dissipation and oil cooling heat dissipation. The ultimate goal of using these motorcycle radiators is to keep the engine working properly so that it does not malfunction due to excessive temperatures.

 

For different motorcycle models, the choice of motorcycle radiator is different. So targeted collocation can maximize the guarantee of driving reliability. Water cooling is a good heat dissipation way, but it can not be generalized. The main advantage of this type of heat dissipation is the ability to dissipate heat to high power and high speed engines. However, it also has some more obvious shortcomings. It needs to be equipped with water tank, the structure is complex and the cost is relatively high.

 

In contrast, in fact, the choice of oil-cooled motorcycle radiator can achieve a more stable cooling effect. This way is mainly to use their own oil through the radiator to achieve the cooling effect. Some vehicles are equipped with fans and throttle valves on them for better heat dissipation. But there are some drawbacks. There is a certain limit to the engine oil requirements.

 

In addition, the air-cooled heat dissipation mode can be selected. When using this type of motorcycle radiator, pay attention to ensuring that the engine has high heat resistance. Therefore, we can design the radiation fin on the engine, which can increase the contact area between the engine and the air, better taking away heat.

 

To sum up, in fact, no matter what kind of motorcycle radiator is selected, it is the best choice after the comprehensive consideration when the manufacturers determine the selection and design of the motorcycle. That is to say, in the choice, on the one hand, it is necessary to give full play to the role of motorcycle radiator. On the other hand, it is necessary to ensure the performance and use value of the vehicle.

 

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