AC motor-driven forced-air oil coolers use a fan to cool hydraulic fluid as it passes though the heat exchanger coil or core. They require access to an electrical power source and have a larger capacity than DC and hydraulic motor-driven oil coolers, making them suitable for cooling stationary equipment such as industrial power units, gear boxes, lathes, and other machinery.
DC motor-driven forced-air oil coolers are smaller and more compact than AC-driven units and can be installed in hard-to-reach areas and on mobile equipment. They are battery-operated, making them usable where access to a reliable electrical power source is limited or unavailable. DC motor-driven units are often used with log splitters and highway, agricultural, and material handling equipment.
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