Air Compressor Intercoolers & Aftercoolers
Functioning to remove generated heat, air compressor intercoolers and aftercoolers are used in various applications, such as turbo charged and supercharged engines, air conditioners, refrigeration systems and more. These heat exchanger units work by cooling the intake air emerging from a compression unit to an ambient air temperature. Air compressor intercoolers and aftercoolers do the same thing, the only difference is that intercoolers cool air before it gets to the compressor, whereas aftercoolers cool air after it comes out of the compressor.
Exceptionally efficient and quick, these units work exceptionally well for a variety of scenarios.
Original OEM Supplier
IHT is the original OEM supplier for many popular compressor lines. Brands like Cameron, Joy, Cooper, St. Mary’s, Hoffman, and GE are just few of the lines we specialize in providing coils for.
Whether you require cast iron headers, copper fins, octagonal fin bundles, or standard cores, Industrial Heat Transfer has the experienced staff and manufacturing capacity to meet your needs on time and on budget.
Timely Repair Services
Looking to repair an existing unit? We can also repair or refurbish your aging units to help you maintain longevity and keep costs down. Whether you need a core or an entire coil and shell assemblies, IHT is happy to help provide the exact solutions you require.
Manufacturing Partners You Can Trust
Both small and large commercial and industrial plants trust IHT for our service, product selection, and experience in the industry. Air compressor intercoolers and aftercoolers are a great investment in the efficiency, long-term functionality, and cost-effectiveness of your equipment. By incorporating the proper heat exchanging technology in your equipment, you can rest assured knowing you are maximizing the energy output, with minimal waste and impact to your bottom line.
Interested in learning more about our Air Compressor Intercoolers and Aftercoolers?
Write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to give us a call at 608.452.3103 to speak directly with a thermal design engineer today!