Smaller engine compartments, increased emissions and electronic engine controls, along with additional safety features, have put thermal protection and airflow at a premium in today's generation of vehicles. Exposing sensitive components to excessive heat is the cost of “advanced-engineering.” Protection of these heat-sensitive components has become a major area of concern as engine compartment temperatures continue to rise. The two traditional approaches to protecting engine parts from ...
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