Alloy Header Tanks Are Lightweight And Durable With Stunning looks
The car's engine block and cylinder heads have interconnected coolant channels running through them. At the top of the cars cylinder head all the channels con-join to a single outlet.The pump which is driven by a pulley and belt from the crankshaft, delivers hot coolant out of the engine to the radiator.
Unwanted heat is then passed from the radiator into the air stream then the cooled liquid returns to the inlet at the bottom of the engine block then into the channels.The pump deposits coolant up through the engine and down through the radiator hot water expands and becomes lighter whch rises above cool water when heated, naturally flows upwards and the pump assists circulation. The radiator is linked to the engine by rubber hoses and has a top and bottom tank.
Why not add a alloy header tank to your car's engine bay for added durability,capacity and stunning looks.