Coolant Pumps

A coolant pump is a type of pump used to recirculate a coolant. A coolant is generally a liquid used to transfer heat away from an engine or other device that generates heat as a byproduct of producing energy.

Coolant pumps are used in a variety of applications and are commonly found in:

  • Most modern internal combustion engine applications, for example fossil
    fuel powered vehicles
  • Pressurized water reactors




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