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First Choice Heat Exchanger Service

First Choice Heat Exchanger Service

Redback Radiators are the new owners of the long-established Diecon Marine. The Diecon Marine Coolers are OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer), commonly used in many marine craft. Applications include transmissions, bow thrusters, and other circuits that require a robust, fully serviceable heat exchanger.

Diecon Marine manufacture Diecon Heat Exchangers to original drawings & specifications. We have the ability to reverse engineer (re-manufacture), service & repair other brands of heat exchanger such as CAT, Cummins, Volvo, Detroit, MTU, Yanmar, Volvo, MAN, Mercruiser, Seastar, Hyundai, Ford, Perkins, and Chrysler to name a few. A recent addition to our offering is the capability to service Plate heat exchangers.

Sales Manager Mick Flynn states, “It is important to have your heat exchangers serviced regularly. Failure to do so can result in expensive repairs or engine damage. Too often we see neglected heat exchangers requiring major work or full replacement.” Expensive headaches can be avoided by adhering to maintenance periods or a preventative maintenance plan. Regular servicing is certainly more cost effective in the long run and we offer sound advice to save you money and reduce down-time.

The Redback Radiators team have been proudly manufacturing heat exchangers at Molendinar for nine years. Some team members have over 25 years experience manufacturing and servicing copper and brass heat exchangers. We have a reputation for quality. We are local, professional, and experienced. We operate from a 2000m2 factory, equipped with the specialized machinery to guarantee a fast turn around time. From a sample, we can re-manufacture a heat exchanger bundle, we can strip down your existing unit, clean and rebuild. We stock spare parts, end caps, O Rings and zinc anodes.

Redback Radiators welcome trade work from marine service centres and boat builders. For convenience, we operate a pick-up and delivery service in many areas of South East Queensland.

 

 

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