A clearing tank has all the technical characteristics necessary for the development of high temperatures in the event of liquid or gas heating. The temperature increase is then accompanied by an increase in pressure and, therefore, it must be temporarily leveled. Pressure can damage the hoses and gaskets, while heat can endanger the lubrication and cause the pistons to malfunction. Excessive heat under the hood may be detrimental to oil and water circuits. When the engine oil temperature rises and expansion becomes excessive, the leveling is carried out with the oil sump.
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