Heat Transfer Experts
Gadsden, AL 35904
fax (256) 546-4614
Whether you have an automotive or industrial need for a custom built radiator, oil cooler, or charge air cooler, turn to the experts at C, G, & J Inc! Our engineers are ready to assist you.
Kenworth Charge Air Coolers
We carry a full line of charge air coolers for Kenworth trucks. With thousands of coolers already on the road and over 50 years of customer service experience, you can be confident buying your next charge air cooler from us. Click this slide to see all of our Kenworth charge air coolers.
Antique and Custom Radiators
We can handle all of your antique and custom radiator needs. Browse our antique radiators or call us today with your custom radiator needs!
Whether you are mud crawling, rock crawling, enjoying the weekends, or restoring a classic, we have the antique or performance radiator for your Jeep. We carry radiators for CJ5, CJ7, and YJ Wranglers, including modified builds, and even Jeep Cherokees and Scramblers!
Industrial Oil Coolers
You spend a lot of time and money ensuring that your industrial equipment is in top working condition. Let's face it, if your equipment is down, you're not making money. Make sure your industrial equipment is kept in peak performance with a C, G, & J Inc. oil cooler.
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We carry the largest inventory of exact fit, OE replacement coolers, and we now stock heavy duty aluminum truck radiators with plastic tanks. These radiators can handle the daily abuse truck radiators receive. Call us with any questions at 1-800-223-4299
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Are Intercoolers, Aftercoolers, Charge Air Coolers, and Turbo Coolers Different? Terminology can be very confusing, and that becomes especially true when words are frequently used interchangeably. Of course it doesn't help much when people use the words the wrong way either. So let's clarify a couple of things regarding these terms. Read more
Why We Manufacture Heat Exchangers Using Controlled Atmosphere Brazing There are many different ways to manufacture aluminum heat exchangers, but they're not all equal. Our manufacturing process uses Controlled Atmosphere Brazing, or CAB, to ensure your heat exchanger is the highest quality possible. Just how big of a difference does this make? First we need to look at the different types of brazing. Read more
Copper-Brass Radiator Core Manufacturing As part of our continued commitment to providing the best selection of high quality heat exchangers on the market, we are pleased to announce that we offer copper-brass radiator core manufacturing services. Read more
New Komatsu WA450-6 Left and Right Radiators Introducing the all aluminum BT 5309 and BT 5310 left and right radiators for Komatsu WA450-6 wheel loaders. Read more
How to Check and Replace Your Vehicle's Antifreeze It's important to ensure that your vehicle has the proper amount of coolant/antifreeze all year otherwise you run the risk of damaging your engine and cooling system. You need to check and replace your vehicle's coolant regularly and these are the steps on how to do it. Read more
2014 NSRA Alabama Safety & Appreciation Day Join us on October 4, 2014 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm for the 2014 NSRA Alabama Safety & Appreciation Day. No registration and no entrance fee. Read more
Heat Exchangers Made with Aluminum Brazing vs. Epoxy When it comes time to re-core or replace your current charge air cooler, radiator, or oil cooler, the differences in construction can be overwhelming. While some differences are minimal, there is one that can make a huge difference in the performance of your equipment. Read more
Down-flow Radiator vs. Cross-flow Radiator: What is the Difference? People frequently ask us whether a cross-flow or down-flow radiator will cool their vehicle better. The answer is pretty straight forward, but to help clear up the confusion, let's look at the main factors in radiator cooling. Read more