|Oil Cooling System For Combustion Engines|
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|U.S. Patent : # 6,938,605
Foreign Patents: being applied for
Inventor : Osama Othman Mostaeen Al-Khateeb
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As attorney for the inventor of the innovative Oil Cooling System to Provide Enhanced Thermal Control for Combustion Engines we are currently seeking manufacturing companies to license, purchase patent rights or enter into a royalty agreement for this timely invention. Interested parties can reach Mr. Kroll at the contact numbers listed at the bottom of this page.
Objects of the present invention:
- to provide an oil cooling system for combustion engines that works in parallel with the liquid coolant system to maintain a lower core temperature in the engine when operated for extended periods in heated environments
- to provide an oil cooling system for combustion engines having a thermo-reactive valve that opens to provide passage to the oil cooling radiator when the oil temperature rises above a preselected point
- to provide an oil cooling system for combustion engines wherein the oil is removed from the oil sump by a pump then cooled by the oil cooling radiator and a fan before being returned to the sump
- to provide an oil cooling system for combustion engines wherein the thermo-reactive valve gradually closes as the oil temperature drops below a predetermined level
- to provide an oil cooling system for combustion engines that will retard viscosity breakdown of the oil when used in an environment with extreme heat
- to provide an oil cooling system for combustion engines having it's own oil filter thereby providing a secondary filter to work in parallel with the oil filter integrated with the standard lubrication system of the engine
- to provide an oil cooling system for combustion engines that is simple and easy to use and inexpensive to manufacture and operate
The following pictures are meant to display possible physical characteristics of the present invention and are not to be taken in a limiting sense. It is understood that other embodiments may be utilized and that structural changes may be made without departing from the scope of the invention.
|LIST OF REFERENCE NUMERALS|
|10 present invention
||42 oil-cooling radiator|
|12 engine||43 heat sinks of 42|
|14 oil sump of 12
||44 oil lubrication circuit of 12|
|16 oil||46 fan|
|18 oil pump
||48 power source|
|20 electric heat switch||50 liquid coolant system of 12|
|22 temperature sensor of 20
||52 strainer element|
|24 thermo-reactive valve||54 cylinder head|
|26 thermo-static expansion valve
||56 oil fill port|
|27 electric by-pass valve||57 fill cap|
|28 oil filter
||58 oil drain|
|30 oil conduit||60 first electrical wire from positive terminal to electric heat switch|
|32 intake line
||62 second electrical wire from electric heat switch to fan|
|34 intake port||64 third electrical wire from fan to negative terminal|
|36 return line
||66 fourth electrical wire from electric by-pass valve to 62|
|37 counter-backflow loop of 36||68 fifth electrical wire from electric by-pass valve to 64|
|38 outlet port
||70 negative terminal of 48|
|40 by-pass conduit||72 positive terminal of 48||
Figure 1 is a schematic view of the present invention.
Figure 2 is a schematic view of the present invention during normal operating conditions.
Figure 3 is a schematic view of the present invention during high temperature operating conditions.
Figure 4 is a schematic view of the present invention and engine lubrication and liquid cooling systems during high temperature operating conditions.
Figure 5 is a schematic diagram of the electrical operation of the present invention.
Figure 6 is a detail view of the radiator of the present invention.
Figure 7 is a detail view of the oil pump, the electrical heat switch and sensor, by-pass valve, thermo-reactive valve and oil filter of the present invention during a high temperature condition.
If you are interested in licensing, purchasing the rights to the above invention or entering into a royalty
agreement please contact the office of Michael I. Kroll as follows:
Michael I. Kroll
80 Skyline Drive, Suite 304
Plainview, New York 11803
Tel. #: 800-367-7774
Tel. #: 516-367-7777
Fax #: 800-367-7999
Fax #: 516-802-0510