Heat transfer fluids are energy carriers in cooling and heating systems.
The main purpose of these fluids is to transport energy to the heat exchangers and to the system in order to keep the temperature within a constant range.
Heat transfer fluids can be used as coolants. The hot engine then transfers the heat to the oil, which, after passing through the radiator, dissipates the excess energy and returns to the circuit to cool the machine again. Another application of this type of oil is to use it as a medium in oil radiators. This oil-filled unit electrically heats up a fluid that circulates in metal columns and distributes heat. The energy is then transferred to the environment through air convection and heat radiation, heating the room.
Heat transfer fluids are usually synthetic oils enriched with functional additives. They provide high efficiency and precise temperature control.
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