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Improved vehicle cooling

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000168492D
Publication Date: 2008-Mar-13
Document File: 1 page(s) / 25K

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Abstract

ABSTRACT The cooling of a vehicle provided with an AC system is improved in that at least one supplementary radiator connected to the main radiator of the vehicle is provided to receive air cooled by the AC system from the driving compartment of the vehicle. The cooled air whose temperature is lower than the temperature outside the vehicle is sucked out from the driving compartment through the normal air outlets as well as through the supplementary radiator/radiators by means of at least one suction fan associated with the air outlets.

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Improved vehicle cooling

To improve the cooling of a vehicle provided with an AC system, at least one supplementary radiator that is connected by tubes or hoses to the main radiator of the vehicle is provided to receive air cooled by the AC system from the driving compartment of the vehicle.

This is accomplished in that the air cooled by the AC system is sucked out from the driving compartment of the vehicle through the normal air outlets as well as through the supplementary radiator/radiators by means of at least one suction fan associated with the air outlets.

The cooling of the vehicle is improved in that the temperature of the cooled air sucked out from the driving compartment through the air outlets is lower than the temperature outside the vehicle.

It is not necessary to install a supplementary radiator and a suction fan in connection with each air outlet but the cooled air can be sucked from the air outlets through respective air hoses and through a single supplementary radiator by means of a single suction fan.


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