Complete Cooling Systems

Core Types

People have preferences on styles of products that will work in the areas where they operate. Forum helps address this problem by offering more core types than our competitors, and we back that up with support centers all over the world. We have three innovative core designs to address specific concerns. Whether it’s Removable-Tube for a rugged application, or the Jumbotron to reduce weight and size, Forum can build a product that fits your exact needs. We’re the only company in the world that offers all of these choices, and backs it up with excellent post sales support.

Rubber Grommetized and Removable Tube

Benefits:
  • Rubber grommet absorbs all the vibration and thermal expansion
  • Easily remove and replace tubes for cleaning or in case of accidental damage
  • Field-repairable with simple hand tools
  • Long-lasting durability
  • Up to 4-Year/25,000 hour Warranty available

Aluminum Plate & Bar

Benefits:
  • Lightweight
  • Cost-effective
  • Excellent for Air-Air or Air-Oil Cooling
  • Lightweight design can see savings of up to 4,000 lbs
  • Cores are designed to withstand pressure of over 2,000 psi
  • Up to 18-month warranty available

Industrial Bolt-On

Benefits:
  • Very efficient
  • Multiple fin configurations (allows for compact, customized design)
  • Quick Delivery
  • Easily repairable
  • Cost-effective
  • Up to 18-month warranty offered

Cooler Options

High Pressure Models Available

Forum Energy Technologies GHT is the first aluminum cooler manufacturer that offers standard operating pressures of up to 750psi*. By utilizing the most up to date technology, materials and process Forum is now able to offer standard and custom built coolers with these high pressures. With burst pressures exceeding 2200 psi our coolers are built to handle the most demanding applications.

Multiple Fin & Tube Designs

Forum Energy Technologies has multiple fin profiles and tube designs that can meet your unique requirement. Whether it be the most compact heat exchanger, or a cooler for a very dirty application, Forum has the fin and tube designs available to engineer a product that meets your needs. With our in house CFD and FEA software FORUM is leading the industry in the development of new fin technology.

Multiple Motor Options

Forum offers all of our standard and custom built coolers with a variety of motors. Whether it’s electric (12/24V or AC motors), hydraulic or pneumatic motors we offer solutions that meet your application needs.

Engineering Capability

Forum 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, Forum performs feasibility tests to ensure that flaws in a design are found and rectified before production begins.

Total Cooling System Package

All-in-One Design
Forum can offer you a cooling system as an all-in-one package. This means you can have various combinations of coolers all on one radiator. You will only need a single, centralized power source which makes the design efficient in terms of space. This also results in reduced weight for your equipment which will save you on fuel costs over time.

Available Coolers include:

  • Transmission Cooler
  • Hydraulic Cooler
  • Brake Oil Cooler
  • Compressor Oil Cooler
  • Lube Oil Cooler
  • Charge Air Cooler

We offer the following designs:

Front-Back Designs: Each Cooler mounts behind the other one. Only front cooler sees the coldest air first.
Stacked Designs: Cooler stacked on top of another cooler. Both see the coldest air first.
Side by Side Designs: Coolers are side by side and both are seeing coldest air first.
Retro-Fit: We can take nearly any current design and build it to the original specifications.
Combinations of all Four: Depending on the cooling requirements and any special requests we may incorporate all four of the designs above. Each Cooler mounts behind the other one. Only front cooler sees the coldest air first.