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.
The air flows to the outside of these walls, which are made mobile because of the wind. Cooling water out of the engine is brought to about 80 ° C and heats the tubes. Heat therefore meets the air that is colder. The air temperature is transmitted by the particles of water into the air, which remove heat from the tube. When this happens, the water in the tube can get rid of heat. Its pressure is then reduced and it cools down. The most efficient are the heat exchangers that are able to trade large amounts of energy at the same time. This process is identical in all areas, regardless of the energy currents used. It allows the power supply of various zones with energy without it being produced. This energy, already ready, can be used in other areas. Thus, the generator is not used and combustion does not have to produce additional strength.
In this way, the cooling water is fed by the energy of the motor, necessary for driving. To benefit from this method is also the heating system. With regard to the operation of the air conditioner, the only device remaining in need of an additional energy source is the air conditioning compressor. In our online store you will find a wide range of spare parts (for example, compensation tank, direction indicators, flashing relays, gaskets, expansion valve) for most automotive brands.