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What is a auto radiator?


How does the auto radiator work?
The engine of a vehicle burns fuel and generates energy from its many moving parts to provide it with the required power. This kind of power and movement will generate a lot of heat in the entire engine. This heat must be removed from the engine during operation to avoid overheating, which can cause serious damage.
The radiator helps to eliminate excess heat from the engine. It is part of the engine cooling system, which also includes liquid coolant, hoses for circulating the coolant, a fan, and a thermostat to monitor the temperature of the coolant. The coolant passes through the hose from the radiator, absorbs excess engine heat through the engine, and then returns to the radiator.
Once it returns to the radiator, when the hot liquid passes through, the thin metal fins will release the heat from the coolant to the outside air. Cool air flows into the radiator through the car's grille to help complete this process. When the car is stationary, such as idling in traffic, the system's fan will blow out air to help reduce the temperature of the heated coolant and blow out the hot air outside the car.
After the coolant passes through the radiator, it is recirculated through the engine. This heat exchange cycle is continuous to maintain the optimal operating temperature and prevent the engine from overheating.