The specified cooling capacity in HP should be based on the amount of cooling medium (in practice usually outboard water) of approx. 60 – 65 liters/min. per 100hp and a maximum temperature of 27ºC.
The tube sleeve is made of a cast aluminium alloy.
The lids or end caps are made of plastic or bronze, this differs per type and/or size. They are waterproof by means of a rubber o-ring.
The pipe bundles or heat exchangers in the pipe sleeve are made of a copper-nickel alloy with a zinc anode for the necessary cathodic protection.
The liquid to be heated or cooled passes through a tube bundle.
The second fluid runs over the pipes and is the delivery medium that either delivers the heat or absorbs the required heat.
The large contact surface ensures optimal release and absorption, and thus exchange of temperature.
Perfect for cooling your boat engine and/or generator.