Industrial Radiators

GHT engineers and manufactures forced air-cooling systems for various engine cooling applicationsDesigned for the most rugged conditions, our products can be created for highambient desert environments, harsh arctic applications, and everything in betweenWe offer three (3) main radiator core material options, all highly customizable to address various demands on your equipmentMultiple configurations are available from horizontal, crossflow, and vertical cores, with remote or built-in expansion tanksWhether you need a standard design or a unit with integrated oil coolers, charge air coolers, or fuel coolers, our product managers will work with you to design the best product to suit your needs. 

Corrosion-resistant coatings, materials, fasteners, and custom paint options are also availableWith the help of some 3D models, we can even work with you to design line groups for the various cooling circuits. 

Remote Drive Radiators

GHT offers a variety of VFD-compatible electric motors with various area classifications and can work with you to maximize efficiency and power savings over size or to minimize footprintWe also offer a wide range of hydraulic motors and OHLA optionsSmall-scale pneumatic motors are also available to drive radiator fansWhether the fan is operated via a belt drive or directly off the engine, rest assured that the supporting structure is built to meet the oil and gas industries’ exact standards. 

Direct Drive Radiators

Standard and custom radiator packages are available, and we can supply on-engine sucker or blower fansWe can also offer jackshaft units equipped with the entire fan drive system right down to the stub shaft.        

Engineering Capability

FET GHT is able to engineer a product with key objectives in mind; such as reducing weight without sacrificing durability and optimizing heat transfer. Our engineering capabilities make us leaders in the field of heat transfer products. To ensure we meet the highest standards, FET GHT performs feasibility tests to ensure that flaws in a design are found and rectified before production begins.