New Parts from Active Heavy Duty!

Part numberManufacturerModelProduct LineType MaterialOverall HeightCore Height Core WidthCore DepthOEM Part Numbers
27-1568IndustrialOil CoolerLoaders & Equipment Oil CoolerAluminum 22     17  1/420  7/82  1/4271568
27-1569Atlas Copco / EpirocDrill RigLoaders & Equipment Oil CoolerAluminum 55     49  1/256  7/162  3/4271569
28-0479Case / New HollandCase MXM Tractor Series / Case P & PX Irrigation Power Unit Series / New Holland TM Series/ New Holland S Series Irrigation Power UnitLoaders & Equipment TruckCharge Air CoolerAluminum 14  3/417  7/82.75280479, 280479N, 82028450
28-0480John Deere9400 & 9500 Series TractorLoaders & Equipment Charge Air CoolerAluminum 12  1/233  1/83.5625280480, 280480N, AH151139, AH14074
41-0268HamechG-50ATU-10Lift Truck Radiator CBR24  3/420  5/821  1/42  1/4410268, 410268ST
45-1652New HollandC185, C190, L180, L185, L190Loaders & Equipment Radiator Aluminum 22  1/416  3/44  1/8451652, 451652AT, 87687377 in a new tab)

Active manufactures custom-size radiator cores, complete radiators, high-pressure oil coolers, high-pressure air coolers and commercial condensers. With such a variety of product lines to choose from, Active is the industry’s premier choice for heavy-duty & high-performance part needs.

Aluminum Units

Fin Production: Coils of aluminum are processed through fin machines.

Core Assembly: Tubes and fins are stacked into a fixture.

Brazing: Active uses a controlled atmosphere furnace. This process allows for consistent temperature across the core which facilitates robust final joints.

Copper and Brass Units

Header Production: A technician programs a CNC machine to punch a pattern of tube slots into sheet brass

Fin Production: Coils of copper are processed through fin machines

Core Assembly, Flat Fin:

Fins are loaded into an assembly fixture

Tubes are manually pushed through a series of fins

Baking: After assembly, the core is baked in a natural gas process oven


Each header is dipped into a pot of molten solder to seal every tube to header joint

Technicians reinforce common stress areas for extra strength