Cooling unit for demanding operation

By Roberta Prandi11 April 2021

Cooling specialist Oesse designed a cooling unit for the Volvo 228-kW TAD754GE engine utilized in a crusher: a piece of equipment that continuously works in often isolated building sites and in adverse weather conditions. During the work cycle, it is not uncommon that part of the shredded debris could damage and break components inside the vehicle itself.

Oesse's cooling unit for Volvo TAD754GE engine

The Oesse unit for the Volvo TAD754GE engine features an air conveying carpentry part that is 4-mm (0.16-in) thick and guarantees extreme resistance to shocks; the protective grids are divided to guarantee the accessibility to the fan in case of breaking, while cooling cores are also divided to allow a partial replacement. The expansion tank is integrated to the water exchanger and has a 5-mm (0.2-in) thickness. These characteristics make the cooling unit specifically resistant, reinforced and do facilitate replacements, Oesse said.

You can read about Oesse’s cooling units in an article about recent product launches in Diesel Progress International, March/April issue. Click HERE to subscribe.

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