At BGR, we don’t let distance become a barrier to great service. We’ve traveled the globe performing expert radiator installation, radiator repair, cleaning, and problem-solving on site for our customers, so they can get back to business as soon as possible.
Because each job is unique, our technicians come prepared to handle it all. We design new radiators for a diversity of applications, conditions, and environments, and can add special coatings to address corrosion and environmental issues.
We Can Build Onsite
If a new radiator isn’t what you need, or it isn’t logistically possible to move out an old unit and replace it with a new unit, we can rebuild a new core right where it stands.
How We Work on Location
We visit the location, evaluate your equipment, and draw up a proposal with options.
The plan includes a “Price not to Exceed” total as well as equipment needs, a proposed work schedule, downtimes, and considerations for weather limitations.
Our crew arranges for cranes and/or heavy equipment, if necessary.
Work begins with special attention paid to following the strictest safety codes.
We pressure test and run the radiator to make sure everything works and fluid levels are correct.
When the job is complete, we leave the worksite in as-found or better condition.
If desired, your technicians can be included in the job to assist BGR’s staff.
BGR Radiator offers a 3-5 year Warranty on our products, one of the best in the industry. This warranty excludes any damage to the radiator and/or the presence of stray voltage in the cooling system.
Our conditions for this guarantee are:
The customer must do an annual check of all electrical grounds to prevent galvanic corrosion. This condition destroys more radiators than a loose fan blade!
The fins on the core need to be kept clean from debris and oil.
The customer must maintain a 50/50 mix of year-round summer and winter coolant, with proper inhibitors to prevent cooling-system corrosion.
BGR also offers an onsite cleaning for radiators and other heat exchangers that have become encrusted with dirt and oil, etc. and are not running to their peak performance. This includes:
- Preparing the site with absorbent pads and “pigs” around the equipment to contain cleaning fluids and water.
- Spraying the units with a degreaser to loosen debris.
- A hot or cold water (dependent on the unit condition) power wash to clean the unit until all dirt is gone.
- Vacuuming all liquids, containing them in drums, and removing from the worksite and bringing them to our shop.