Kustom™ Cooling Products Ends Clogged Radiator Issues

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Kustom™ Cooling Products Thermal Management System fully automates the “maintenance” of your OEM cooling package.

Hydraulic Thermal Management System

Before the system was installed we had to stop the machine once an hour to manually clean the radiator. The Kustom™ Hydraulic Thermal Management System has completely solved the problem for our application

Kustom™ Cooling Products, LLC., the leading Total Thermal Management Solution company, announces the release of the Hydraulic and Electric Thermal Management Systems. The KCP system eliminates the need to stop work in order to manually clean the cooling cores of the equipment.

The Thermal Management System has been successfully operating on a variety of applications such as oil coolers, farm tractors, turf equipment, ATV’s, various agricultural applications, refuse, forestry equipment, transit buses, mining applications and numerous other vocational/industrial types of equipment. The TMS is ideal for any applications that have clogged radiator issues as a result of operating in a high debris environment.

The KCP Electric Thermal Management System is designed for applications that utilize an electric fan to provide air exchange across the cooling cores. The ETMS takes over control of the OEM electric cooling fan. The Kustom™ electric control module processes a variety of inputs to establish an optimum set point for fan operation, variable speed and an automated reversal function for debris removal to clean clogged radiators.

“Customers who operate equipment and machinery in high debris environments need a solution that ends clogged radiator problems and allows the equipment to do what it was intended for; work,” said Kustom™ Cooling Products CEO Harold Bettencourt. He added, “We’re pleased to provide a total thermal management solution that truly works in any application where the cooling cores are subject to significant amounts of dirt, dust and debris.”

The KCP Hydraulic Thermal Management System is designed for applications that utilize a hydraulic motor to drive the cooling fan which provides air exchange across the cooling cores. The HTMS takes over control of the OEM hydraulic cooling fan with the addition of a Kustom™ hydraulic manifold and hydraulic control module. The Kustom™ hydraulic control module processes a variety of inputs to establish an optimum set point for fan operation, variable speed and an automated reversal function for debris removal of clogged radiators. Clean, efficient air exchange not only optimizes the efficiency of the cooling system, but also extends the life of the fan motor and all components that rely on a properly maintained and efficient cooling system.

“We installed the Kustom™ Hydraulic Thermal Management System on a self propelled potato harvester. The system has been installed for about 4 weeks, once we installed the HTMS, manual cleaning of the radiator is now non-existent,” said Clarence Wollman, equipment operator, Warden Hutterian Brethren. Mr Wollman continued, “Before the system was installed we had to stop the machine once an hour to manually clean the radiator. The Kustom™ Hydraulic Thermal Management System has completely solved the problem for our application, a must have product.”

KCP is giving away one (1) Electric Thermal Management System, be sure to enter the contest before April 30th, 2012. See http://www.kustomcoolingproducts.com/contests for contest details.

Kustom™ Cooling Products, LLC., the leader in Thermal Management Solutions, enables equipment to operate efficiently and improves productivity. KCP has a solution for all thermal management needs whether simply reversing an existing OEM fan to maintain the cleanliness of the cooling core or need an engineered and tested complete OEM cooling package. Kustom™ Cooling Products can service your needs with the best quality products available on the market today. For more information visit http://www.kustomcoolingproducts.com or call 888.564.8890.

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