C, G, & J Inc

Heat Transfer Experts

2776 Wills Creek Road
Gadsden, AL 35904
1-800-223-4299
fax (256) 546-4614
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Feedlot CAC Core

Our All Aluminum Non Louver Feedlot Charge Air Cooler Core design allows for a smaller fin count which has better air flow, less debris caught from the air and easier cleaning. We have six core thicknesses available, can manufacture the core with a minimum of 8 fins per inch, and use a non louvered fin design. You can be assured that we can meet your needs no matter what the work environment. Call us today at 1-800-223-4299 with your specific needs and we'll quote you a custom designed feedlot charge air cooler core.

Available Thicknesses

  • 1.50 inch
  • 2.00 inch
  • 2.25 inch
  • 2.559 inch
  • 3.15 inch
  • 4.05 inch

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FOR 4055 $594.00 $495.00 BT 1119 $636.30 $530.25 BT 1128E $818.10 $681.75 BT 1091 - Peterbilt Sanitation Truck Charge Air Cooler $818.10 $681.75 BT 1120 $696.90 $580.75 FOR 4018DP $474.00 $395.00
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