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Category: Advantage

Everything You Want to Know About Coolers for Your Car

In car engines that are either supercharged or turbocharged, whenever the boost pressure is raised, the air being fed to the engine also gets hotter. This causes problems because hot air is less dense than colder air. When there is less dense air, there is less oxygen, which is needed to burn the fuel that is being used. Additionally, when the cylinders are filled with hot air, the risks that the gas can catch on fire increase. This can also be a problem for vehicles that use diesel fuel. There are ways to prevent this problem. Many people turn to inter coolers to lower the temperatures of the pressurized air. Depending on the heat exchanger design, the cooling happens with either cool air or cool liquid. The air that has been pressurized is forced through the temperature controllers, the air is cooled. This makes the air denser, which prevents many of the heat-related problems.

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