The hottest summer is the maintenance of construct

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In summer, maintenance and "heatstroke prevention and cooling" for construction machinery vehicles. In hot summer, many riders are busy with heatstroke prevention and cooling for vehicles. In summer, no one wants their car to boil and break down on the roadside due to high water temperature. However, in addition to cleaning the through welding water tank and replenishing and changing the coolant for your car, many friends also kindly removed the thermostat during the summer car maintenance. However, doing so (summer car maintenance) actually caused a hidden damage to the surface treatment machine for the shaft or shaft section with high or wear-resistant requirements for the engine

summer heatstroke prevention and cooling air conditioning system enhancer

speaking of thermostat for car maintenance in summer, many riders are familiar with it. They all know that it is a switch that controls the circulation of coolant in the cooling system. When it is turned on, the coolant circulates under the action of the water pump. In summer, the vehicle maintenance flow passes through the external radiator, that is, the cooling water tank. In summer, the vehicle is maintained to achieve a stronger cooling effect; In summer, when the thermostat is closed for vehicle maintenance, the coolant circulates slightly. During summer vehicle maintenance, the coolant will not flow through the external radiator, but only circulates and cools in the internal water channel of the engine

to prevent heatstroke and cool down the car in summer, the coolant will keep circulating after the thermostat is removed. Isn't it good for the engine to maintain the car in summer and strengthen the cooling effect? This idea is actually wrong. The most important function of the thermostat for car maintenance in summer is to adjust and maintain the working temperature of the engine within an optimal range

cooling the car in summer is like installing air conditioner on the engine. Keep the temperature at 85 ℃ to 90 ℃ which is most suitable for the engine to work. Cooling the car in summer will make the engine work with the strongest power, the least wear and tear, and the lowest fuel consumption

what harm will it bring to remove the thermostat for heatstroke prevention in summer

in terms of the structure of the cooling system, it is difficult to maintain some engines with bypass waterways in summer. After removing the thermostat, the coolant will not go through a large cycle, and it is difficult to ensure the cooling effect of even a small cycle during vehicle maintenance in summer

in summer, the warm-up time of the engine for heatstroke prevention and cooling has increased several times than normal, and the mechanical wear caused has increased dozens of times

after removing the thermostat for heatstroke prevention in summer, the working temperature of the engine for vehicle maintenance in summer will be low, resulting in a decline in thermal efficiency and a decline in the power of vehicle maintenance in summer

heatstroke prevention and cooling for cars in summer will cause poor fuel atomization at low working temperature, and the fuel consumption for car maintenance in summer will increase, which will accelerate the market capacity of plastic extruders and further expand the generation of carbon deposits

in summer, it is absolutely unnecessary to remove the thermostat to maintain an engine that works normally, because the cooling system can fully withstand the normal thermal load of the engine according to the design. In summer car maintenance, many cars that remove the thermostat are actually accompanied by the failure of high water temperature. Removing the thermostat can only be an emergency temporary method. If you remove the PDS thermostat to treat and prevent high water temperature, it will only bring you greater losses. In the same sentence, when maintaining the engine for the car in summer, you are afraid of heat. At the end of the experiment, you are also afraid of cold. Install air conditioning on it

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