Generators are systems that convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. In generators that contain too many conductors due to their structures, the current passing through the conductors and the friction that occurs cause heat generation. If the heat is not removed from the system, it will damage the windings and cause malfunctions such as vibration. In order to ensure efficient cooling, the cooling system operates simultaneously as long as the generator is running. In this system, the heat generated in the generator is cooled using a liquid cooler. Generally, water, hydrogen and various oils are used as liquids. With the pump (Estampinox) in the structure of the system, the liquid is pressed into the generator, taking the excess heat generated and bringing the temperature to normal. The heated liquid, on the other hand, comes back in the heat exchanger, is cooled and re-enters the circulation.