Cooling systems play a crucial role in the operation of a bodybuilder. Here are some key points related to Bodymaker cooling systems:

  1. Coolant: The body builder needs a constant flow of coolant at a rate of 80-120 liters/min at 40°C (21-32 gallons/min at 104°F). No special treatment of the coolant is required, other than standard industry practices.
  2. Cooling water: Cooling water is used for different purposes: 50 liters/minute to cool machine oil, 6 liters/minute to cool clutch and brake oil.
  3. Temperature levels: Operating the machine at specified temperatures and the coolant at specified temperatures is essential to maintain a stable process in the machine.

It is important to ensure that the cooling systems are working properly and are regularly maintained to keep the body shop running efficiently.