ASA Hydraulik Air Blast Coolers
We supply the full range of ASA Hydraulik AC, DC, hydraulically driven and truck mounted air blast coolers. Used in industrial and mobile applications, these coolers are compact, efficient and carefully designed to combat any unnecessary hydraulic oil heat accumulation.
Axiom Hydraulics is an authorised distributor and the largest stockholder of ASA Hydraulik products in southern Africa. This globally recognised brand compliments Axiom’s ability to supply comprehensive hydraulic systems with cooling capabilities.
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The largest stockholder of ASA Hydraulik products in SA
With our large stock of ASA Hydraulik products, Axiom can respond to your cooler requirements with fast turnaround times and flexible technology solutions.
We support the ASA Hydraulik air blast cooler range with full hydraulic design, engineering, testing and refurbishment capabilities together with complete spares kits for each series.
Why do OEMs choose ASA Hydraulik?
For over 30 years, ASA Hydraulik has supplied world-leading heat transfer and cooling equipment to industries across the world.
ASA Hydraulik’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities produce an air blast cooler range that is competitively priced, of consistently high quality, and offers exceptional reliability in even the toughest industrial environments.
ASA Hydraulik holds 21 cooling technology patents.
Things to remember when using your air blast coolers
- If you’re using a thermostat, make sure it’s measuring the temperature of the oil flowing out of the cooler. For circulation cooling systems (kidney loop), don’t insert the thermostat in the cooler, but in the cooler’s reservoir
- Determining the cooler design is done by measuring the intersection between the characteristic lines of the element and the fan. Changes from this point result in a decrease in efficiency
- ASA Hydraulik calculates pressure drop curves with 30cSt and checked, meaning that at 40° C, the oil viscosity is 30cSt
- Altitude plays a big role! The higher the altitude, the thinner and therefore lighter the air, meaning less kg/sec flows through the fan.
- Bypass valves are needed to avoid over pressure in the system – watch the frequency of pressure shocks.