Davies Craig, EWP150 ALLOY KIT 12V; Alt. PN DC-EWP8060
Davies Craig, EWP150 Alloy Kit (12V) - PART No: 8060, 8060, DC-EWP8060
EWP150 Alloy Kit (12V)
PART No: 8060
Davies Craig, 8060, Description
- The EWP150 Alloy Electric Water Pump - universal fit, do-it-yourself, easy to install water pump designed to replace or compliment your existing belt-driven mechanical water pump.
- The EWP® is a recirculating pump which is ideal for a 'closed system', similiar to an automotive cooling system; it is not 'self-priming'.
- This high capacity EWP®150 (40 US Gal/Min) is designed to replace and/or complement the existing belt driven mechanical water pump and when fitted with the optional Digital Controller (Part No. 8020), replaces the thermostat.
Davies Craig, 8060, Benefits
> Minimize the parasitic power losses running a mechanical water pump at high speed when not needed.
> Maximize engine warm-up & minimize the effects of heat soak by operating the EWP®150 after engine shut down.
- The EWP®150 has the advantage of offering more consistent coolant flow independent of the engine revs.
- The fitment of the EWP® & Fan Digital Controller to your engine, which is scientifically calibrated to manage the volume/flow of engine coolant with the corresponding increase in coolant temperature within the engine’s cooling system.
Davies Craig, 8060, Features
- By removing the parasitic power losses of a belt-driven water pump the EWP can provide up to 10kW of extra power, increased torque, increased cooling capacity, eliminating heat soak and provide better engine temperature control.
- From start-up, the EWP® & Fan Digital Controller will 'system check' the EWP®150 and Thermatic Fan operating the pump and fan for approx. 10 seconds.
- Low engine temperature, low flow (10-on - 30-off pwm) reduces engine warm-up time, arriving at your targeted/set temperature quicker, assisting control the engine temperature within your -5 to +3 degree targeted/set temperature range.
- The Electric Thermatic Fan/s will be deployed at +3â—¦C above targeted/set temp if slower travel (traffic) or engine idle conditions continue.
- The EWP® & Fan Digital Controller will continue operating after a hot engine shut down for a approx. 2 minute period to help prevent damaging heat soak.
Davies Craig, 8060, Downloads
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