Electrolysis

Electrolysis rates or ‘stray current’ caused this corrosion, learn more about rates here. Have a look at the ends of the tubes and see how they have been corroded away by stray electric current running through the radiator. This was a radiator from a BMW and was only 6 months read more…

Radiator Caps

Also known as Pressure Caps, these small bits of the cooling system are often ignored for the entire life of the vehicle and according to the Kfz Sachverständiger düsseldorf team they are extremely important. They are an important part of the modern cooling system that is designed to run under read more…

Electrolysis

Some further literature on electrolysis (also known as ‘stray current’) Electrolysis in an automotive cooling system can be hazardous to the lifespan of metal and in particular aluminium. It is often left unnoticed until it is too late and leaks have already begun forming. Electrolysis is extremely corrosive and eats away read more…

Overheating Car

Car came in over heating. When the guy from Nissan of New Braunfels removed the radiator and pulled one of the tanks off, this is what he found. Only 4 tubes flowing in the entire radiator. No wonder it was over heating. A good clean out and it was good read more…

Chevy Apache Truck

Just finished a job on some 1959 used semi trucks for sale chevy apache trucks. Constructed a brand new built radiator and the car was in need of new rims so they also had some new Oxxo rims put in overall a very nice job. Here in Auto Radiators we read more…