Has anyone rigged a thermostat to run a blower when the engine (or genset) are not running, but the engine room is really hot? Typically our engine room gets quite hot AFTER the main engine has been shut down, the blowers stop, and the heat soaks out of the block.
It gets hot enough it starts to approach the upper specification temperatures for some of the electrical gear.
I have a couple ideas on how to go about it, but maybe someone else has had a better idea...
Back Creek, Annapolis, MD