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Electric Cooling Fan switches

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Electric Cooling Fan switches

Darren Dunner
January 13, 2007

Do you know the importance of radiator fans? Well, to start with, can you imagine yourself in a room with a temperature of over 35-degree cc and with no cooling fans in the room to drive out the heat away? How would you feel sitting there all the while and perspiring! Definitely, your energy levels will go down and you will start to feel more restless. A cooling fan can indeed pump up the atmosphere by driving away the hot air of the room and make you feel more relaxed. The way our body behaves when subjected to extreme heat so also our vehicles require an engine-cooling fan to protect the engine of the car.

The automotive engine of the car produces a large amount of heat that can be severely damaging for the engine and its components. The engine if exposed to this amount of continuous heat can wear out and its life is decreased. The extreme heat generated by the vehicle can just burn of your engine, which will ultimately result in the breakdown of the car. As we, all know that an engine is the most important part of any vehicle. No vehicle can do without a suitable fitting engine as a result; it becomes very much important that we take special measures to protect the engine of our car or vehicle. Thus, the radiator fans come into picture.

Radiator cooling fans are placed in the space between the engine and the radiator so that the heat is easily transferred from the radiator through the shortest path available. The radiator-cooling fan is specially designed in such a way that it turns on when the temperature of the engine rises and stops when the temperature is normal. Some radiator cooling fans are specially designed to work on the basis of a thermostatic witch.

Engine radiator fans transfer the excess amount of heat that is produced by the car and thus protects the parts from being burnt and wearing out before time. Almost all the radiator fans have four to six blades, which depend upon the size of the vehicle. The radiator fans work rapidly to provide sufficient airflow to your engine and to keep it cool. Usually the radiator fan is placed in between the engine and the radiator so that the heat gets the least traveled path.

Today almost every application requires radiators fans. These engine-cooling fans are used in various applications besides the vehicles, like street rods, passenger cars, trucks, racecar water radiators, oil coolers and differential coolers.

While looking for radiator fans it s important to check out the specifications of your car before making the purchase.

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