The thermostat controls the engine’s temperature by adjusting the coolant flow to the radiator. It keeps the engine’s temperature within normal operational values, regardless of the outside temperature.
Thermostats have a key function in keeping the correct temperature in the engine
How Thermostats work
Features and benefits
Demand-oriented temperature regulation
Reduction of fuel consumption
Control of the coolant flow and the thermodynamic conditions
Prevents the engine from overheating
Reduction of polluting emissions
Types and characteristics
The insert is a conventional thermostat without a flange, where the housing supports the pin
Housing thermostats are an integrated part that combines the thermostat and the housing.
The wax expansion of the map-controlled thermostat can be triggered by an electrically controlled, integrated heating element that can be activated on demand.
Catalogues and marketing materials
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