Heat Transfer Experts
Gadsden, AL 35904
fax (256) 546-4614
We can build any of our charge air coolers using any of these designs. We can even build our radiators using the Heavy Duty and Ultimate Duty designs. All of our oil coolers use our Ultimate Duty C-Bar design, meaning than can endure a lot of abuse. Take a look at our designs and see what will meet your needs.
When you all you need is a replacement charge air cooler that meets the specifications of the manufacturer’s original equipment, then our Standard Duty stuffed tube design is what you want. This is the standard design that we use when building all of our stock charge air coolers. It consists of stuffed tubes mounted on headers. The tanks are then TIG welded to the headers. These charge air coolers will perform well for equipment that operates in an average working environment and receives normal wear and tear.
Some times you need equipment to continue performing even while receiving some extra abuse. Our Heavy Duty design will handle exactly that. Designed with abuse in mind, these charge air coolers use an extruded tube in place of the stuffed tube. Extruded tubes are created from a solid piece of metal, leaving no seam joints and reducing the chance of leaks. These are mounted on headers, which the tanks are then TIG welded to. Our heavy duty charge air coolers are what you need for equipment that has to perform above and beyond the call of duty.
Ultimate Duty C-Bar
In addition to the above designs, we can manufacture the cores for feedlot type applications. Equipment operated in an environment with a lot of debris in the air can have reduced air flow through the the charge air cooler, oil cooler, or radiator core because of clogging. Once the air flow becomes clogged, the heat begins to build up in the equipment and costly damage and loss of productivity can occur. For these types of environment, we recommend a feedlot core which uses fewer fins per inch and allows larger debris to pass through without obstructing the air flow. For more information regarding our Feedlot cores, please call us at 1-800-223-4299.
On August 5, 2010, just two days prior to our scheduled departure date…we learned that the Charge Air Cooler in our 2005 Monaco Camelot had an air leak….With no time to spare, the Charge Air Cooler was removed from the motorhome, placed in the bed of our pickup truck, and off we sped to Gadsden, a four hour drive from home. (They) had it rebuilt and ready in a day, and we were on our way back to Dickson.
The happy ending was that we arrived in Redmond in plenty of time…We highly recommend C, G, & J Inc. in Gadsden should you need service or rebuilding of Charge Air Coolers, Radiators, or Oil Coolers.
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