Radiator renovation

MAXIMUS specialises in the renovation of any types of radiators and intercoolers. It consists in the replacement of a heat exchanger core into a new one which is suitable as regards the size and efficiency of thermal parameters. In order to provide the possibility and short period of renovation of the majority of radiators, we offer the permanent availability of a wide range of various types of cores in stock.

We recycle other elements from the renovated radiators. They are cleaned of dirt and residue at modern washing stations, in which ultrasound ones. Aluminium parts are externally finished in the process of sandblasting. We weld and solder with the use of professional devices. Metal subassemblies are painted with appropriate anti-corrosion varnishes.

The costs of radiator renovation are much lower than the purchase costs of new ones, and the renovation makes them regain their previous efficiency. Before leaving our factory, each exchanger undergoes quality control according to the latest strict standards. We provide a one-year guarantee on all renovated radiators.

Radiator dimensioning


Car radiators are made of various materials: a radiator core is made of aluminium or copper, and tanks from plastic or brass.

Modern radiator cores are usually made of aluminium and are equipped with small plastic tanks. Their low weight and lower prices as compared with copper radiators is a significant advantage. The environmental issue also exerts impact on changes in production. However, copper radiators provide a wide range of repair and renovation possibilities (soldering).

Radiators should be adjusted to a certain model of a car and the engine capacity. It is connected with cooling efficiency and maintaining proper engine operating temperature. Moreover, the selection of a radiator depends on its mounting, adjustment and port diameters. There are no universal radiators. The selection of an appropriate radiator is made based on data required for the identification. These are the car make, the engine capacity, the manufacture date, the information about whether or not the gearbox is manual or automatic, whether or not the car is air-conditioned, as well as the radiator core size. An OE number is struck on an original radiator to facilitate its identification.



The proper measurement of the radiator requires the measurement of the radiator core itself, and not its external dimensions, must be measured. It is widely accepted that the measurements are provided in the following order: height, width, thickness, where the height is always measured from tank to tank (from weld / fastening to weld / fastening). In particular, note that the measure is placed parallel to the duct.