At Southpointe Radiator we offer a variety of services to choose from. Also, we do a lot of custom work so give us a call at 1-734-351-5365 today!
- DPF/DOC Services
- Heat Exchanger Repair/Cleaning
- Charge Air Cooler
- Oil Cooler
- EGR Cooler
- Compressed Air Cooler
- On-Site Service
- 4 Hour Minimum
- By Appointment Only
- Custom Fabrication
- A/C Hose Rebuilding
- Hydraulic Hose Rebuilding
- Hydraulic Tank New and Repair
- Hydraulic Component Rebuilding
- Fan Clutch Rebuild
- Fuel Tank New and Repair
- High Pressure Cooler Repair
If you’ve noticed a puddle of coolant under your engine, it’s important to address the issue immediately. With your engine running temperatures over 200 degrees Fahrenheit, excess heat can be a major problem, leading to significant damage to your engine over time.
Most large trucks, equipment, and stationary power units are equipped with high-pressure oil coolers to prevent engine overheating. Problems that start in the oil cooler can lead to much more substantial complications, later on, so you should be sure to address these issues as quickly as possible.
The heat exchanger in your heavy-duty application regulates the engine’s temperature and helps ensure all parts and equipment are operating as intended. Leaks in your heat exchanger system may cause long-term damage—so be sure to work with the experts at Southpointe Radiator to address these issues before they become real problems.
The next time you need welding and fabrication on parts and equipment or anything made custom, turn to the expert fabricators at Southpointe Radiator. Based in Taylor, Michigan, there’s no job too big or too small for our experienced team.
After seeing the above picture, many have wondered why would anyone use an automated cleaning service. The only answers I have found are either “cost or that’s what’s available”. The leading equipment supplier to OEMs and their engine builders has invested heavily in marketing their automated cleaning machines as being certified and consistent.
When the time comes and your fan clutch fails, you will need to make a decision. Should you purchase a rebuild kit and rebuild the fan clutch yourself, or a complete fan clutch assembly to replace your old one? Ask around and you’ll likely get split advice on this. It turns out that there is no right answer to this question, however, you will want to choose the option that fits your situation (including your budget) best.
Until recently, if you wanted to get a DPF “cleaned” and returned for installation in a vehicle the same day you had to sacrifice the quality of cleaning. And if you needed the filter to be cleaned and operate within OE specs it was a 24 to 48-hour turnaround time. Well, that was the case until now!