Radiator For Cummins Generator QSX15-G8 For Cummins Engine

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Radiator for Cummins generator QSX15-G8(Model is not included all, custom accpeted)


























4B3.9-G1, 4BT3.9-G1, 4BT3.9-G1, 4BTA3.9-G2, 4BTA3.9-G2
6BT5.9-G2, 6TAA5.9-G2, 6CTA8.3-G2,6CTAA8.3-G2, 6LTAA8.9-G2
NT855-GA,NTA855-G1A, MTAA11-G3, NTA855-G1B, NTA855-G2
NTA855-G2A,NTA855-G4,NTAA855-G7,NTAA855-G7A, KTA19-G3, KTA19-G4, KTAA19-G5,KTAA19-G6, 
KTA19-G8, KTAA19-G6A
QSK19-G3, KTA38-G2, KTA38-G2B, KTA38-G2A, KTA38-G5
KTA38-G9, KTA50-G3, KTA50-G8, KTA50-GS8


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Radiator for Cummins engine sizing up


The following summarizes installation issues to be considered:  


1. Coolant piping - Pipe lengths and the engine manufacturer’s requirements for coolant flow will determine the diameter of the piping. Connections to the engine should have flexible pipe sections to avoid engine vibration being transmitted to the piping system.


2. Radiator selection - Radiators are available with single and split cores. Split cores allow for the cooling of two systems; selection should be made as follows: Single core - If the generator set engine is naturally aspirated or has a turbo charger that is not cooled. Split core - Many larger generator sets and those that most commonly require remote radiator systems incorporate turbo aftercoolers. Aftercoolers use air/water heat exchangers and require an additional core in the radiator (split core) to cool the turbo aftercooler coolant. (see Diagram Two for a schematic of a split core radiator for a turbo aftercooler)



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