New and Used Car Talk Reviews Hot Cars Comparison Automotive Community

The Largest Car Forum in the Philippines



Page 2 of 3 FirstFirst 123 LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 25
  1. Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    50
    #11
    + 1 for fermin's radiator shop paranaque. ok po service nila. paint nga nila yung top cover ng radiator para di masagwang tignan at free po yun hehhe..

  2. Join Date
    May 2006
    Posts
    913
    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by dest View Post
    Mga Sir kapag malapit kayo dito sa location ng shop Punta lang kayo dito. Available brand new at Surplus Radiator.

    We repair radiator, overhauling and convertion, Available Brass tank for replacement cracked Radiator plastic tank.



    More Information

    Ito address ng Shop namin
    FERMIN Aircon, Electrical and Radiator Shop
    1291-A Quirino Ave., San Dionisio Paranaque City
    Tel # 8293771 or text 0915-5413610 / 0918-4314519
    how much for a starex radiator.. the plastic part lang sir ang mai crack.. walang leak ang aluminium part is ok.. thank you sir...

  3. Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Posts
    120
    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by cocoy View Post
    how much for a starex radiator.. the plastic part lang sir ang mai crack.. walang leak ang aluminium part is ok.. thank you sir...
    Sir Madali lang gawin ang Starex. Dalhin niyo lang sa shop. Mura lang po, Text na lang po kayo or call sa price, may warranty pa.

    * Sir JunBargas Salamat po happy kayo sa service namin.

  4. Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Posts
    120
    #14
    Sa mga nagtetext at tumatawag kung saan location yong Fermin Radiator Shop.



    Shop Location Map
    Wikimapia - Let's describe the whole world!

    JOPREMAR ENTERPRISES
    Fermin Aircon, Electrical and Radiator Shop
    Address: 1291-A Quirino Ave, San Dionisio, Paranaque City

  5. Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Posts
    2
    #15
    Sir,

    Meron pp ba kayo radiator parts for Toyota Lucida? Mabilis pong maubos ang tubig every 30mins kailangan lagyan sa reservoir. Kng meron po ok lng po bng magpa quote? Tnx.

  6. Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Posts
    120
    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by GaijinFrozz View Post
    Sir,

    Meron pp ba kayo radiator parts for Toyota Lucida? Mabilis pong maubos ang tubig every 30mins kailangan lagyan sa reservoir. Kng meron po ok lng po bng magpa quote? Tnx.
    Sir Dalhin niyo lang po sa Shop namin, sa Sucat Road.

    Shop Location Map:


    Fermin Radiator Shop
    80-82 Dr. A. Santos Ave., San Dionisio, Paranaque City
    Tel # 7752293 or 09282144214 / 09155413610

  7. Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Posts
    1
    #17
    Mag boss? Ask Lang Kung ok Lang bang Palitan ng tanso ang cover ng radiator? Ang sabi Kasi ng kaibigan ok hnd daw advisable yun.. Tama ba un?

  8. Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Posts
    120
    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Basbasjr View Post
    Mag boss? Ask Lang Kung ok Lang bang Palitan ng tanso ang cover ng radiator? Ang sabi Kasi ng kaibigan ok hnd daw advisable yun.. Tama ba un?
    Marami nagsasabi ganyan, di raw advisable. pero tanungin niyo sila kung saan libro nila nabasa? Ang alam ko. cost cutting ang dahilan kung bakit plastic at aluminum ikinakabit ng mga car maker, dahil mahal nga naman ang tanso. Sabi nila mas maganda ang plastic top dahil yon ang unang puputok kapag nagoverheat, hindi madadali daw ang cyl head, Malayo po yon ang dahilan. Kasi po may pressurized na radiator cap at may mga rubber hose, idagdag pa yong warning temperature gage sa dashboard.

    Kaya pumuputok o naleleaks ang plastic cover dahil marami ng barado yong mga tubo ng radiator kaya napupuersa ang plastic top na magkabitakbitak. Dapat itong maoverhaul at malinis mga tubo para tuloy tuloy ang daloy ng tubig, Kung halimbawa pumutok yong plastic top kung saan ka naroroon. doon ka na lang dahil mahirap maghanap nagrerepair ng ganito. Kung brass top na, wala ka na kakaba kaba, kahit gaano kalayo ang biyahe. Dahil kung hose lang nasira, marami ng mabibili kahit saan probinsya.

  9. Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Posts
    553
    #19
    Plastic radiator tanks have also been employed on copper-brass radiator cores. It is largely due to cost-cutting.

    These radiators are crimped to squeeze an o-ring on the header. In time, this o-ring loses its elasticity (think thermal cycling), and causes leaks.

    If your radiator tank cracks/leaks due to excess pressure due to overheating your cylinder head is likely going to need a top overhaul already.

    Relieving pressure while leaking coolant does nothing to alleviate temperature spikes within the engine. What do you use to transfer the heat from the engine to your radiator without coolant? Prayer is far less efficient than air as a fluid.

    Now, if you're going to ask why it isn't advisable to replace an aluminum radiator's plastic (actually fiberglass reinforced polyethelyne) tank with a brass tank, it is all about chemistry. Aluminum is higher in the activity chain than Copper, which constitutes roughly 65% of that brass tank. The other 35% is Zinc. Both still lower in the activity chain than Aluminum.

    Now if you put these materials in an electrolyte solution, like say water, you will no doubt end up having aluminum as the sacrificial anode.

    What this means is your aluminum core is going to corrode and clog itself.

    Shops that advocate selling you brass tanks, are really just delaying the inevitable at your expense. It isn't the first time science was trumped by vested interest after all. Dest, you may want to update that knowledge base of yours before liabilities stack up.

    Overhauling your radiator really doesn't do much but expose you to more risk given the "sundot" method employed. That doesn't clean the oxides that form and actually exposes it to the risk of damage due to abrasion of the tube walls.

    If your radiator gives up the ghost -replace it. It is still cheaper than a top overhaul or a new engine.

  10. Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Posts
    553
    #20
    From dest:
    Marami nagsasabi ganyan, di raw advisable. pero tanungin niyo sila kung saan libro nila nabasa?
    dest, I hope you don't mind but I find this greatly disturbing.

    Seeing as your fortunes are attached to your sales feigning ignorance and spreading doubtful information about basic metallurgy, it might be best to correct your misconceptions and at the very least inform your customers of what they should expect from your "services".

    It isn't an excuse that you couldn't find a book on galvanic corrosion, or that the common madla can't yank it out from their book collections for your benefit.

    I'm alright with marketing and sales talk, even in forums like these where people are seeking objective information and commercial entities reply to them; as long as they are factual and rendered in light of providing sincere service.

Page 2 of 3 FirstFirst 123 LastLast
Radiator leak / repair shops?