1. The coolant in the v twin diesel engine radiator in operation is usually very hot and under pressure. When it is not cooling, it is not allowed to arrange the radiator or remove the pipe. When the fan is rotating, do not work on the radiator or open the fan guard.
2. Corrosion is the main cause of radiator failure. Always prevent pipe joints from leaking, and regularly add water from the top of the radiator to exhaust air to keep the system "air-free". v The radiator of a twin diesel engine should not be partially filled with water, as this will accelerate corrosion. For a v twin diesel engine that is not working, all water should be drained or filled. If possible, use distilled water or natural soft water, and add an appropriate amount of rust inhibitor.
3. External cleaning: In a dusty or dirty environment, the gap of the v twin diesel engine radiator may be blocked by debris, insects, etc., thereby affecting the efficiency of the radiator. To clean these light deposits regularly, use low-pressure hot water and spray cleaners to spray steam or water from the front of the radiator onto the fan. If you spray from the opposite direction, it will only blow dirt. When using this method, apply cloth to block the v twin diesel engine. If the stubborn deposits cannot be removed by the above method, the radiator can be removed and soaked in hot alkaline water for about 20 minutes, and then rinsed with hot water.
4. Internal cleaning: If you have to flush with water for a period of time due to water leakage at the joints or because the power generation has been running for a period of time without rust remover, the system may be blocked by the scale.