A common thermosets can fail during cooling, causing problems with heating, cooling and air-conditioning systems.
Here’s how to ensure the machine is operating properly.
A common problem with thermoseting is overheating, a condition that causes the metal inside the thermosetting to melt, and then leak, potentially damaging the machine.
The only safe way to prevent overheating is to shut off the thermo-sink and cool it down with coolant.
Thermosetting machines that can’t be cooled with coolants are usually found in small office or industrial applications, and they’re often used in industrial thermo systems.
To maintain working temperature, the machine needs to be turned off and replaced with fresh, fresh water.
A thermosette can run for about two minutes before the temperature reaches the point where the metal starts melting.
If the machine overheats, you can use coolant to cool it to a safe temperature.
The machine will shut down and restart when the water coolant temperature drops below a safe level.
You can also use a liquid nitrogen cooling system to cool the machine, but you’ll have to be careful not to heat up the metal.
Coolant cooling can work as a temporary fix for overheating problems.
But in some cases, like in some thermosettes, the thermic reaction will only happen at a lower temperature.
In that case, it’s better to replace the thermostat.