Roberts AIPMC Radiator is known for its quality, durability and accepted by Original Equipment Manufacturers and consumers alike has successfully launched its own industrial use radiator lines.
Radiators of all sizes that range from the smallest such as those installed on computers, up to the biggest sized radiators installed on generator sets and other applications alike are now available in the market.
1993 marked the entry of Roberts AIPMC into the automotive metal industry with the launch of its own Radiators. With its consistent production of OEM quality radiators, Roberts AIPMC’s Radiators has since then firmly established itself as a force to be reckoned with, supply all segments of the market – from OEM assemblers to aftermarket replacements thus, becoming one of the leading radiator manufacturers in the Philippines.
Among Roberts AIPMC Radiators’ continuously growing clientele of OEM assemblers are Mitsubishi Motors Phils. Corp., Toyota Motor Phils., Isuzu Philippines, Columbian Motors, Pilipinas Hino, Universal Motors Corporation and Norkis Yamaha.
Have you ever wondered how your car stays functional even in intense heat, most especially in a tropical country like the Philippines? Drivers know that when a car engine overheats, it stalls and doesn’t work until it cools down. Car owners can attribute this durability to a device called the radiator.
A radiator is a kind of heat exchanger, a device that is part of the car’s cooling system. A radiator transfers a cold antifreeze solution to the engine in order to keep its temperature regulated, resulting to optimal vehicle performance.
When a car’s engine is turned on, there already is coolant inside to keep it from overheating. After a while, the heat of the engine warms the antifreeze solution, making it warm. An engine thermometer then signals a valve to open, pushing the coolant into the radiator. Once inside the heat exchanger, the warm coolant passes through tubes filled with fins. What the fins do is it allows the heat to be released faster as the coolant travels through the pipes. To further cool the solution and make it usable again for the engine, it again travels through the mesh portion of the radiator, where ventilation takes away the heat even further. When the antifreeze is once again cold, it goes out from the radiator, into another pump, and back into the engine again, where it again normalizes the engine’s temperature. This cycle continues as long as the car’s engine is turned on.
We at Roberts AIPMC perceived ago that Filipinos needed good quality, world-class radiators that would keep engine temperature perpetually regulated and also stand the test of time. After years of research and execution, in 1993, we finally came up with homegrown radiators made by Filipinos, The name? Evercool.