How the Self Cleaning System™ is activated and operates.
The special cooling system is controlled by a 3-function button that the operator can select based on the different needs.
Activation of the Self Cleaning System™ with the two combined intermittent operation fans.
When the temperature inside the radiator increases reaching a certain value, the large intake fan comes into operation causing the passage of air through the radiator itself, lowering its temperature.
When the optimum operating temperature level of the engine is reached, the system stops the intake fan by activating the small blowing fan located in front of the radiator.
This fan causes a violent jet of air that reaches the dirt deposited on the grille of the engine bonnet, making it fall to the ground and causing its total cleaning.
When the temperature inside the engine has returned to the superior level, the system stops the small “cleaning” blower fan and restarts the large cooling fan.
Operation of the radiator cooling fan only, which automatically turns on when a certain temperature is reached.
This is an energy-saving mode as the intake fan only turns on when required, thereby saving fuel.
Constant operation of the radiator cooling fan.