Heat Transfer Experts
Gadsden, AL 35904
fax (256) 546-4614
Because of our roots in servicing radiators and automobiles, we recognized the need for high quality products that are built to last. That’s why we started manufacturing our own radiators, oil coolers, and charge air coolers here in the U.S.A. in 2004. Recently we expanded our manufacturing capabilities to include copper/brass radiators for the antique auto enthusiasts, and we continue to refine and improve our build processes to ensure you receive the best quality all aluminum and copper/brass products. Building everything in house allows us to also provide custom manufacturing services. You can work directly with our engineers to ensure you get the exact product you need for your custom automotive build or unique industrial application. With our years of experience and thousands of units in service in North America and globally, you can have confidence that C, G, & J Inc can handle all your industrial and automotive cooling needs.
We use a combination of the latest brazing technology and TIG welding in our manufacturing process to ensure that the products you receive from us are of the highest quality. Our products include a full line of all aluminum charge air coolers and radiators for class 7 and 8 diesel trucks, a full line of all aluminum and copper/brass radiators for classic vehicles, and a full line of all aluminum industrial and hydraulic oil coolers that utilize our Ultimate Duty C-Bar Design. We cover many different makes of vehicles and industrial equipment with our products, including:
- Atlas Copco
- Flexliner Coach
- Holiday Rambler
- Ingersoll Rand
- John Deere
- REO Speedwagon
- Western Star
- and more!
All of our charge air coolers, radiators, and oil coolers are covered by one of the best warranties in the industry: 1 Year Unlimited Miles* (click for full warranty information including restrictions). We can confidently offer this warranty because we control the quality from beginning to end and all of our units are individually tested to ensure they are leak free. Our 10 warehouses located through out the country lets us offer same day shipping on the majority of our orders and means you will receive your order quickly.
If you have any questions about how we can assist you, please feel free to contact us either by phone at 1-800-223-4299 or by using our Contact Us page to send us an e-mail. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is ready to assist you!
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Your radiator finally fixed my 41 flathead cooling at 6000′ altitude and in 90 degree weather! Drove 100 miles to a show in Denver with no trouble last September.
Custom Manufacturing: Marine Circular Charge Air Cooler What do you do when presented with a non-standard cooler design? For us, the answer is simple. You create a comparable design and build it. That's what we did when contacted about an all aluminum replacement charge air cooler for a boat. Read more
Our Copper-Brass Manufacturing Capabilities Over the past couple of years we have brought our heat exchange expertise to copper-brass radiators and are now expanding our copper-brass capabilities again this year. We get a lot of questions regarding what we can do, so let's answer those questions today. Read more
Why Buy an Aluminum Core Instead of the Whole Unit We get a lot of questions about why you might want to get just an aluminum core for a radiator, oil cooler, or charge air cooler instead of the full unit. The answer really depends on what your needs are, so let's discuss some of the reasons why. Read more
Wishing Jerry a Happy Retirement The C, G & J, Inc. and Brice Thomas Radiator family would like to wish a fond farewell to owner Jerry Guyton who recently announced that he would be retiring at the end of this year. He has been around for a long time and it was tough for him to decide to go. Read more
What it Means to Re-core a Heat Exchanger We get a lot of questions about what it means to re-core a heat exchanger. It's a simple process that provides you with a like new unit while saving you money. Let's look at the difference between a new unit and a re-core. Read more