Auto Parts Aluminum Car Radiator for Nissan Xtcrra/Frontier 2005-06 Mt (21410-Ea215-Eb80A )
Detailed Product Description
|Car Brand||XTCRRA/FRONTIER 6CYL2005-06 MT|
|Fin Type||Wavy Fin|
|Core||high strength, high heat conductivity,high safety coefficient|
|cleaning||High efficiency,little corrosion to metal , few pollution|
|brazing||Strict control of degree, temperature and time|
Tank Made of Reinforced Heat and Wearing Resisting
Every Radiator will be test by air-tight test and Pressure Text
|Payment Terms||L/C T/T, Western Union|
|Payment Condition||30% deposit in advance, 70% balance before delivery|
|Delivery Time||30-40 working days after Money received|
Neutral packing / Foam Corner Protector /
Blister Packing / Cardboard Protector
We will quote you the Fob price after you confirm
the Model radiator you want and how many
Guangzhou Kinga Auto parts Manufacture Co.,Ltd.
We have our own factory since 2003 and we are a manufacturer supplying
radiators for a list of brands.It's located in Guangzhou,Guangdong, China.
Our factory covers an area of 86,000 square meters.We have our own brand
for VVO and KINGA.KINGA is engaged in all aluminum radiator and condenser
manufacture, and undertaking development and manufacture, i.e. design
and production on samples provided and material process of stamped
plastic auto parts and hardware, combining research, design, mould manufacture,
production, and distribution.-
Crossflow vs. Downflow Radiators
Radiators are often broken down into two main styles: crossflow and downflow.
A crossflow radiator consists of a vertical tank on each side with a series of cooling tubes and fins making up its
core. The coolant travels horizontally across the core from the inlet side to the outlet side with the help of your water pump.In contrast, a downflow radiator has tanks running horizontally at the top and bottom. The coolant enters the top of the radiator and travels vertically through the core and leaves through the outlet at the bottom. Because the coolant flows from the top down, the water pump is aided by gravity, which allows the coolant to travel more quickly through the radiator.So which is better for your vehicle?
“When it comes to design, crossflow is typically more efficient due to the speed—or lack thereof—with which it moves the coolant,” said Mike Bosiljcic of Summit Racing’s technical department. “Unlike a downflow radiator, which has gravity working against it, a crossflow radiator holds on to the coolant just a little longer, allowing it to dissipate heat a little better.”
Because of its heat dissipation abilities, along with its (typically) larger core surface area, the crossflow radiator is often the best choice for high-rpm, high-output engines.
“One other reason the crossflow design has really taken off in popularity is the sleeker hood lines on today’s vehicle,” Bosiljcic said. “The downflow radiator is simply too tall to fit into lower-profile configuration.”
On the other hand, downflow radiators can provide an original, nostalgic appearance and can often fit where crossflow radiators will not. Cramming a crossflow radiator into an older engine compartment designed for a downflow will often require fabrication.
As always, you’ll need the proper fan, water pump, and thermostat to maximize your radiator, whether it’s a crossflow or downflow design.
Contact :Daisy Huang
Add:NO.18, Guangcong Road, Conghua economic development area, Guangdong, China