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Sharp put a vacuum sealer in its new four-door

It sucks the air out of your food's storage bags so it won't spoil as a four-door refrigerator-freezer that has a vacuum sealer in the top-left door. The fridge will cost 2,199...<<more>>

Upright freezer or chest freezer: Which should you buy? - CNET

Air doesn't circulate as much in a chest freezer. This helps prevent freezer burn better than uprights. If there is a blackout, the chest freezer will keep your food frozen longer than an upright....<<more>>

Air-cooled engine - Wikipedia

Air-cooled engines rely on the circulation of air directly over hot parts of the engine to cool them. A cylinder from an air-cooled aviation engine, a Continental C85. Notice the rows of fins on both the steel cylinder barrel and the aluminum cylinder head. The fins provide additional surface area for air to pass over the cylinder and absorb heat....<<more>>

Volkswagen air-cooled engine - Wikipedia

The Volkswagen air-cooled engine is an air-cooled boxer engine with four horizontally opposed cast-iron cylinders, cast aluminum alloy cylinder heads and pistons, magnesium-alloy crankcase, and forged steel crankshaft and connecting rods....<<more>>

China Air-cooled Diesel Engine, Air-cooled Diesel Engine

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The Venerable VW Air-Cooled Engine - enginelabs

The future for VW air-cooled engines. With tens of millions in the world, the VW air-cooled engine is a safe choice for any project. You’ll get an engine that delivers respectable torque for its displacement, longevity, simplicity, and even good fuel economy....<<more>>

How an Air-cooled Engine Works | HowStuffWorks

If you have a modern car, you probably have a water-cooled engine that uses a water and coolant mixture to, well, cool the engine. But some engines don't need coolant. They don't have radiators and they don't regulate the internal temperature of the engine. It sounds a little like magic, but it's not....<<more>>

Air-Cooled Engine | How It Works -

The Horizontally Opposed Air Cooled Engine Air-cooled engines are normally made in a horizontally opposed or wide "V" configuration. In small engines this is no problem; in fact designers used it to their advantage by making the engine compact and so producing cars of small overall size with a comparatively spacious interior....