Get New Radiators & Radiator Repairs in Fort McMurray & area
To ensure you receive high-quality repairs every time, you should consider visiting us at Northland Radiator! We offer a wide range of products, repairs and related services for the following:
Products and Services
Services include sale of new, complete radiators for all makes and models of automotive and light trucks. We also restore old antique radiators as well as repair and maintain hot rod and racing radiators.
Services include maintenance, repairs, heavy truck air conditioning services, and more.
CHARGE AIR COOLERS
Services include cleaning, testing, repairs, and new cores and new complete replacements.
OIL COOLERS AND HEAT EXCHANGERS
Services include new tube and shell oil coolers, new heat exchangers, cleaning, repairs, and design services.
Services include new heaters, new heater block cores, and flushing for cooling and heating systems.
Our products are built to satisfy or exceed OEM specifications. What we sell, and install, is backed by one of the most liberal warranties in the market.
Whether you’re part of an automotive or industrial firm in Alberta, you’ll have most likely run into one or more of the following radiator failures that require professional radiator repairs around Fort McMurray & area.
Solder corrosion caused by the breaking down of rust and leak inhibitors in coolant. Tube to header joints are weakened, and corrosion can restrict coolant flow.
Rust and leak inhibitors may start forming solids that get stuck in your radiator’s cooling system, which restricts that system’s flow.
Road salt and sea water both will deteriorate your radiator’s fins causing tubes to leak and overheating to occur.
When your radiator’s solder bond between the fins and tubes loosens or deteriorates, your radiator’s fins end up loose in the core which causes heat transfer loss and reduced radiator strength.
Solder joints that fail can cause your radiator to lose coolant.
If your radiator has solder joint failure or a cracked header, it is generally a result of pressure-cycle fatigue.
If your engine is exposed to extreme heat and pressures the result can be your radiator’s tank seam or header leaking.
If there’s a side piece loose on your radiator, the radiator’s core might start flexing and the tubes could fail.
If your coolant shows traces of oil it could be either transmission fluid or engine oil, both of which can result in transmission or engine damage.
Radiator fatigue and solder joint corrosion can cause leaky inlet/outlet hose connection leaks.
A minor collision or even a failed water pump can result in damage to the radiator.
A defective pressure cap or an engine exhaust leak can cause excessive pressure in the radiator and can eventually destroy it.
Stray electrical currents can corrode metal parts in your radiator to the extent of producing voids in your radiator’s tubes as well as corrosion of metal components.
High stress and stress in your radiator could cause its plastic tank to crack and fail prematurely.
Steam can break down the plastic tank which will produce thinning and ultimately holes in the plastic tank. Frequently white deposits are also found.
Rest assured our products and services are backed by warranties for your ongoing confidence.
If you have concerns about the state of your vehicle or on-site equipment, give us a call right away!