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How does a dry cooler transfer and discharge heat during operation?
The heat transfer and discharge of the dry cooler is mainly achieved through the heat sink/tube.
The heat sink/tube of the dry cooler is usually made of excellent thermal conductive materials such as aluminium or copper, and heat transfer is achieved by flowing coolant or industrial fluid through the heat sink/tube, making it come into contact with the heat sink/tube. The heat is then dissipated by taking the heat away through a fan or air duct outside the heat sink.
During the operation of the dry cooler, air enters the radiator through the fan or duct, flows through the heat sink/tubes, removes the heat, and then exits the radiator externally. Therefore, when installing and using a dry cooler, it is necessary to ensure that the ventilation performance of the radiator and the speed of the fan and other parameters can meet the needs of heat dissipation, so as to ensure that the dry cooler's normal operation and heat dissipation effect.
It should be noted that the cooling efficiency of the dry cooler is relatively low, requiring a larger cooling area and faster air speed to achieve the same cooling effect, so when choosing to use a dry cooler, you need to take into account a variety of factors, including the cooling area, fan speed, airflow speed, ambient temperature and other factors.
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