Manuals for Heat Exchangers
Heat exchangers perform much the same function as a radiator in a car - removing heat from the coolant which circulates through the engine. Instead of a fan driving air over a radiator, raw water (water a vessel is floating in) flows through one side of a heat exchanger while coolant flows through the other side.
Heat exchangers - also called "oil coolers" if the connected to the turbocharger or transmission fluid circuit - are an essential part of indirect cooled marine diesel engines. Tubes need to be kept clean of scale build-up and pieces of impeller vanes and broken up anodes.
Marine Diesel Basics 1
shows how to do over 140 tasks:
• explains all parts of the marine diesel system - fuel,
lubrication, breathing, electrics, stern gland, propeller etc.
• 300+ drawings, 222 pages
• tasks are fully explained with clear drawings and minimal text
• all tools & supplies needed are illustrated for each task
• paperback US$15.99 £10.99 €12.99
• ebook (kindle, kobo, ibooks, google, epub) US$9.99
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