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THERMAL MAX® liquid to air HEAT EXCHANGERS are made of aluminum, copper or steel. They can be used as radiators, charged air coolers or hydraulic heat exchangers. ELECTRIC FAN ENGINEERING, using state-of-the-art technology, specializes in heavy duty custom design units that are suitable for difficult cooling applications. Our complete assembled cooling packages (heat exchanger with fan) will reduce component sourcing and design cost.



ELECTRIC FAN ENGINEERING has raised the bar for heavy-duty cooling with its newly designed high-performance ELECTRIC and HYDRAULIC HEAT TRANSFER ASSEMBLIES. The THERMAL SMART® system combines a high-output fan with a specially designed, heavy-duty heat exchanger. Assemblies can be used as radiators, charged air coolers or hydraulic oil heat exchangers that are used on cars, trucks, buses, off-highway, military, stationary equipment or other types of commercial and industrial applications. Sizes up to 10' x 10' are available.



THERMAL MAX® MICRO is a miniature heat exchanger system that can be utilized on numerous cooling and heating applications. Having an approximate footprint of 6" square, it can be used to cool fluids typically found on motorcycles, four wheelers, compact equipment or other types of applications that have limited space. As a supplemental heater, it will provide better interior climate control on numerous vehicles including buses, limousines, vans, construction equipment, etc. On computer applications, the THERMAL MAX® MICRO can be part of a liquid transfer system that will dissipate unwanted heat from the CPU, resulting in higher clock-speed and improve performance.



The THERMAL MAX® SUMMER/WINTER HEAT TRANSFER SYSTEM is a better, cost-effective solution to control the year-round temperature of diesel fuel. The system contains a remote mount heat exchanger that is connected by duct work to the vehicle's cab component. As diesel fuel is circulated internally through the heat exchanger, climate-controlled air produced by the vehicle's heating and A/C system from inside the cab component, is drawn and passed externally over it. During the winter, warm air from the heater is used to heat the fuel, while the climate-controlled air produced by the air-conditioning system is used to cool the fuel during the summer.