Heat Transfer Experts
Gadsden, AL 35904
fax (256) 546-4614
If you have a specialty unit that we do not carry in our regular product line, we can re-core it for you. Re-coring replaces the existing core in your radiator, oil cooler, or charge air cooler with a brand new core. You provide us your existing unit, and we’ll take care of the rest. Our cores come with a warranty guaranteeing they’ll be free from manufactured defects (see our Warranty Information page). If you have any questions, just give us a call.
You guys built a custom radiator for a 1931 Essex for me a few months ago and I just wanted to let you know that it fit like a glove without any modifications and it cools perfect. Thanks!
From Our Customers: Keeping Bessie Cool We love hearing from our customers about how our products have helped them. This story is especially great thanks to the long history of Bessie. Check out what Jeff B. and family had to say! Read more
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