Heat Transfer Experts
Gadsden, AL 35904
fax (256) 546-4614
American Made All Aluminum Custom Radiators
We manufacture all of our radiators in the U.S.A. This lets us ensure that only the highest quality materials are used to build our custom radiators. Our manufacturing process uses the latest aluminum brazing technology that eliminates the need for epoxy. We also use TIG welding to add strength and the clean look that a custom radiator must have.
In addition to the all aluminum vintage radiators, we can also build copper/brass radiators for those that want to keep there vehicle’s original look. Our copper/brass radiators are made with heavy headers, serpentine fins, and half inch tubes making them extremely durable and long lasting.
To view all of our Antique Custom Radiators click here. If you have any questions regarding our products or our custom manufacturing service, give us a call at 1-800-223-4299.
On Dec 19, I ordered my second radiator from you, this time for a 1940 Ford Pickup project that I am currently working on. It was shipped on Dec 22 and I received it Christmas Eve morning – Merry Christmas to me! I talked with Joey and he was friendly and very knowledgeable and efficient…Glad to report that everything about the radiator is excellent and working fine.
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
What Maintenance Does a Charge Air Cooler Require If you suspect that your charge air cooler is not working like it should, is there anything you can do about it? Let's explore some of the reasons why a charge air cooler fails and what your best options are to get it fixed. Read more
How to Protect Heat Exchangers from Corrosive Environments You don't always get to pick the type of environment your equipment operates in. Some of the most costly damage occurs due to environmental corrosion that reduces a heat exchangers ability to cool equipment; however, you can protect your equipment from this type of problem. Read more
How to Choose a Charge Air Cooler You can get a charger air cooler from a wide variety of places, but not all these coolers are the same. Regardless of whether you call it an intercooler, charge air cooler, or turbocharger cooler, the fact remains that this is an important piece of equipment that can cost you money if you go with the wrong one. Read more
Atmospheric Corrosion of Copper-Brass and Aluminum Heat Exchangers While many people have strong feelings about whether a copper-brass or an aluminum heat exchanger cools better, rarely is there a clear understanding about their resistance to regular corrosion in the atmosphere. They are very different in this matter, so read on to understand just what those differences are. Read more