Assembly class, oil cooler, construction machinery or ship
An oil cooler is a device that accelerates the heat dissipation of lubricated oil to keep it cool. In high-performance, high-power reinforced engines, an oil cooler must be installed due to the high heat load. The oil cooler is arranged in the lubricating oil circuit and works on the same principle as the radiator. The oil cooler is placed in the cooling water path and uses the temperature of the cooling water to control the temperature of the lubricating oil. When the lubricating oil temperature is high, it is cooled by the cooling water, and when the engine starts, it absorbs heat from the cooling water to quickly increase the temperature of the lubricating oil. The oil cooler consists of an aluminum alloy cast housing, front cover, back cover and copper core tube. In order to enhance cooling, a heat sink is set outside the tube. The cooling water flows outside the tube, the lubricating oil flows inside the tube, and the two exchange heat. There is also a structure in which oil flows outside the pipe and water flows inside the tube.
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