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Inside the LHG is a rotor and stator that create a fluid-shearing effect in the circulating coolant. Internal sensors analyze ambient and coolant temperatures, as well as the RPM levels of the engine.

The LHG system includes a micro controller (ECU) and embedded software. This provides real time monitoring, performance and comfort adjustments every twenty milliseconds (50 times per second).

The LHG is completely automated. The ECU continuously monitors outside temperature and determines when to engage the auxiliary heater. The LHG rapidly and abundantly warms the vehicle coolant, achieving optimum operating temperature within minutes of start-up.

The LHG Converts mechanical energy drawn from the Auxiliary Belt Drive, and transfers the energy Directly into the Vehicle’s Coolant.

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