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Your engine isn't cool unless its FloKool

The FloKool Radiator range has been developed specifically for the Australian market, ensuring that each radiator can perform in even the hottest of conditions. Built to strict OEM requirements and specifications, our suppliers manufacture FloKool radiators in world class facilities that comply with ISO/TS16949 quality accreditation. They incorporate the latest in radiator technology, with performance and endurance testing to ensure that when you fit a FloKool radiator, it will keep delivering fresh, cold coolant on even scorching hot summer road trips. FloKool radiators are validated and tested by state-of-the-art thermal cycle examining equipment, vibration, salt-spray tolerance and leak testing. FloKool radiator manufacturers supply products to OEM and OES customers. Their OEM standard and work ethic ensures that FloKool radiators meet the highest quality, performance and fitment standards so you can drive with confidence that your brand new replacement radiator performs just as well, if not better than the one fitted when your car rolled off the factory floor.

Over time, old radiators will fail and eventually require replacement. Signs of a bad radiator due for a replacement include: any obvious corrosion, coolant leaks observed on the ground or around the radiator or an uncharacteristic increase in engine operating temperature indicating a blockage. A great way to check for a blocked radiator is by scanning your radiator with a infrared thermometer, it will highlight hot spots in the radiator where hot coolant is not able to circulate.

When attacking the job of fitting a new radiator, it's a good idea to do an overhaul of some of the cheap cooling parts to maximise the longevity of your whole cooling system. Replacing your coolant hoses with fresh units means that you don't have to worry about leaks down the track. Old brittle hoses can crack easily when agitated to remove your radiator, so it's a great idea to figure out what coolant hoses your engine uses with our rego search function and stocking up on those. Along with new hoses, a fresh set of hose clamps will not only visually compliment the other brand new cooling components, but they will ensure a tight fit on your hoses so that they can hold up to the pressure and flow. Top off your replacement radiator with a fresh radiator cap too, this will keep all the coolant where it's supposed to be and ensure that no air can leak into your cooling system which won't allow the engine to cool efficiently.

Once you've fitted all your new cooling parts, we recommend filling up your radiator with some cooling system flush. This will thoroughly clean any parts you didn't replace and will also cycle through the engine's coolant passages to remove contaminants and other residue left behind by the old parts you've swapped out, maximising the potential of your new cooling parts. Once you've drained out the cooling system flush, fill up with your choice of coolant, bleed the radiator and hit the road. To shop our full range of cooling parts, radiators and coolants, browse the Repco website or head into your local Repco store today.

Name
Description
Tank Material
Plastic
Core Material
Aluminium
Core Width
356mm
Core Height
670mm
Core Thickness
16mm
Core Rows
1

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