The heater radiator, or heat exchanger, is used virtually in all areas where power currents affect one another. This phenomenon also happens under the car’s bonnet; For example, in the radiator, in the oil cooler, and in the air conditioning system. The principle is as follows: two energy currents meet, but remain separate by space. They can, therefore, keep their material composition unchanged. Cold and hot can interact through an intermediate wall made of material that can transmit these states.
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