Recent Examples of radiator from the Web
Mercedes says the slotted grille intakes are functional and help provide airflow to the radiators.
To keep things running cool, a trio of Icebox radiators were added to the pickup bed to make room up front for a full-width intercooler behind the grille.
The radiators have radio energy generated by eight transmitters pushed through them via a maze of wave guides.
The GT’s very proportions, especially its grandiose nose, are dictated by the slew of radiators required to run Le Mans, around which cars are at wide-open throttle 80% of the time.
The Tank’s most outrageous feature is an option package that features bulletproof glass, military-grade run-flat tires, Kevlar armor in the body panels, and Kevlar protection around the fuel tank, floorpan, and radiator.
Vetements, Acne and Jacquemus are on the same floor, their designs arranged amid plants and free-standing radiators.
Hutches that take their cues from English larders provide pantry space and hide a radiator.
The Invoke includes a sonically formidable three woofers, three tweeters and two passive radiators for boosting bass.
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