tower radiator

tower radiator

[′tau̇·ər ¦rād·ē‚ād·ər]
(electromagnetism)
Metal structure used as a transmitting antenna.
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Engine cooling was similar to that on many early tractors; engine exhaust was routed through a large pipe above a tower radiator, creating a draft that pulled cooling air up through the radiator, while a pump moved the water through the system.