QSL8. 9 Used Engine Assembly For Excavator R385 - 9 Water Cooling
|Car name: Complete Engine|
|Model Number: QSL8. 9|
|Cylinder stroke: 145|
|Cylinder diameter: 114|
|valve: 24 valve|
|Cooling: Water cooling|
|Cylinders of number: 6|
The radiator cap actually increases the boiling point of your coolant by about 45 F (25 C). How does this simple cap do this? The same way a pressure cooker increases the boiling temperature of water.
The cap is actually a pressure release valve, and on car is usually set at 15 psi. The boiling point of water increases when the water is placed under pressure. When the fluid in the cooling system heats up, it expands, causing the pressure to build up. The cap is the only place where this pressure can escape so the setting of the spring defines the pressure in the cooling system.
When the pressure reaches 15 psi, the pressure pushes the valve open, allowing coolant to escape from the cooling system. This coolant flows through the overflow tube into the bottom of the overflow tank. This arrangement keeps air out of the system.
When the radiator cools back down, a vacuum is created in the cooling system that pulls open another spring loaded valve, sucking water back in from the bottom of the overflow tank to replace the water that was expelled.
The pump is a simple centrifugal pump driven by a belt connected to the crankshaft of the engine. The pump circulates fluid whenever the engine is running. The water pump uses centrifugal force to send fluid to the outside while it spins, causing fluid to be drawn from the centre continuously.
The inlet to the pump is located near the centre so that fluid returning from the radiator hits the pump vanes. The pump vanes fling the fluid to the outside of the pump, where it can enter the engine. The fluid leaving the pump flows first through the engine block and cylinder head, then into the radiator and finally back to the pump.
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