Heat Transfer Experts
Gadsden, AL 35904
fax (256) 546-4614
We carry a wide range of fin and tube profiles that can meet the need of most of the heat exchangers you will see today. Also, we’ve developed our own Ultimate Duty C-Bar Design which is the old bar and plate significantly improved. In a traditional bar and plate design the supporting tube plates are created from five different components brazed together. This leaves many points of failure inside the cooler. In our C-Bar design, we’ve eliminated these braze points by using an extruded tube plate that can handle hundreds of pounds of pressure over typical bar and plate and eliminates the failure points inherent in the traditional design. Our C-Bar design is stronger and more reliable than the traditional bar and plate because of this. If you need a custom build that can handle high pressure, we can apply our C-Bar design to your specific application.
When my radiator started leaking in my 2003 Freightliner Century, I considered doing the replacement job myself. I called around to several parts places and shops. I was shocked at the prices I was being quoted. Another driver suggested I call C, G, & J Inc. I’m glad I did. Even though I’m 115 miles away I still saved money by taking my truck to them. I got a superior American made product, great service, and a fair price on the installation (which was top-notch).
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
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