EGR Cooler

Most customers' specifications for EGR coolers:


  1. High thermal efficiency: The configuration aims to maximize thermal efficiency while reducing the potential for NOx emissions.
  2. Minimize pressure drop: Careful design ensures the circuit achieves optimal gas flow under moderate conditions, minimizing pressure drop.
  3. Minimize volume: The design considers the installation needs in crowded environments, aiming to minimize the required space.
  4. Corrosion resistance: The cooler’s design takes into account the relatively low temperature, preventing sulfuric acid condensation on the inner surface of the EGR cooler side.
  5. Compression and earthquake resistance: Special attention is given to vibration issues, ensuring the configuration can withstand compression and earthquake forces.
  6. Resistant to high-temperature gas and thermal shock: The selection of suitable materials, meticulous design, and rigorous experimental verification ensure resistance to high-temperature gas and thermal shock.
  7. Prevention of carbon deposition: The internal part of the EGR cooler incorporates a new design to effectively address the issue of carbon deposition.
  8. Minimize performance degradation due to pollution: The system is designed to meet strict mandatory regulations in the United States and European markets, ensuring minimal performance degradation caused by pollution even over the vehicle’s life cycle.


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