In addition to the fact that it is used to fill or not empty the system, indirectly the use of a filling tank is linked to something more important than the function of introducing or discharging the fluid itself, where in a few cases there is additional work.
Fill in the hole: great anonymity for most users
The filling hole is nothing more than a perfect fit for a woman's cord on one side, and on the other hand a proper, also called Pass by. As we have already mentioned, its main function is to add a tank or expansion vessel to achieve greater fulfillment or inactivity.
Its machine is very simple: on the lower part of the women's cord is a regular insert, especially with a soft tube because of its flexibility. The other end is connected to the tank, so if the tube is long enough, we can fill the tank with the system without the outside of the tower, without placing any boat or making an impossible difference.
In other words, an additional tube for program completion, which is issued once it has done its work. Uninstall the system works the same way, but the critical part of keeping the tube kept is connected.
This is done sensibly because otherwise the fluid will come out under pressure, so that the filling hole remains in the system pending its installation once it is inserted.
Another very useful use
In addition to these two functions, the filling port includes two other things to consider. The first is that with the use of "T" it prevents us from investing in the system. I mean we use the filling hole as a deposit fill the loop and when it is removed then a regular plug is placed.
This approach is widely used for the simple fact that we get to work on a distribution of deposits, since this is the most restricted part of the region.
Second, we have the option and are widely used by the most skilled, and it's nothing more than using a filling hole such as Pass Through on the chassis, leaving it repaired and accessible outside. This assures us that, being the highest part of the circuit (if it doesn't work) we can complete our system without even opening the tower.
This does not give us such an advantage unless we use a filling hole and a deposit, in which case it must remain erect at the waist and in that case we shall receive all the benefits of this merit.
In the end, it's all based on how we want to cool the fluid, its use and the comfort of buying a filling port to perform the tasks described above. Usually it is used, but some chassis still have the necessary doors to install, although they are usually the same rear and not the roof itself.