1. MOTHER OF ALL EVILS! – فساد کی جڑ
16,000 gallons! Yes! Indeed! 16,000 gallons of water!
A typical heavy duty cooling system will circulate a 16,000 gallon swimming pool worth of coolant every hour.
The general function of coolant is simple, to transfer heat from the engine. This is done by removing heat from engine components, circulating the heat through the cooling system and dissipating the heat through the radiator. The thermostat allows the cooling system to control the temperature of the system.
However as simple as this sounds coolant technology and maintenance is extremely important to the function of the engine.
The generator cooling system in Pakistan is the mother of all evils because of very high temperatures in summer.
A coolant must protect the whole system in order to properly remove heat from the engine. The coolant interfaces with many metallic and non-metallic surfaces and is also used to manage the temperature of other engine fluids.
To properly transfer heat the coolant must protect the system components from corrosion, cavitation and scale.
More than 40% of engine problems originate in the cooling system. This makes selecting and maintaining your coolant key to protecting and ensuring the longevity of your equipment.
Aksa generators with truly 50 degree radiators provide a very good solution to the customers.
These radiators are believed to be larger in size (perhaps because of larger diameter, more tubes) with larger radiator fans sweeping large volumes of air.
Cooling system is covered in our “Meet & Treat” sessions.