GC Cooling Partners with Fluidyne to Sell and Distribute HP Cooling Fans - Engine Builder Magazine

GC Cooling Partners with Fluidyne to Sell and Distribute HP Cooling Fans

GC Cooling, maker of high-performance automotive cooling fans, has entered a partnership with FLUIDYNE High Performance (FHP) for the sales and distribution of GC Cooling products for race applications.

GC Cooling, maker of high-performance automotive cooling fans, has entered a partnership with FLUIDYNE High Performance (FHP) for the sales and distribution of GC Cooling products for race applications. Through the arrangement, FLUIDYNE will offer GC Cooling fans as an extension of the company’s lines of high performance radiators, oil coolers and related accessories.

GC Cooling fan technology offers best-in-class performance, weight and price. For extreme high-performance applications, its BMF (Big Motor Fan) series creates the most airflow on the market, outperforming competitive products. Design features of the powerful yet slim fan include an extra flat shroud that produces 2,469 CFM to meet virtually any cooling requirement. The BMF and other GC Cooling fans are made to fit the highly aerodynamic front-ends of racing and other performance vehicles.

“Our company is proud to partner with FLUIDYNE. Our Italian cooling fans for extreme racing and high-performance applications are an ideal fit for their high-quality endurance applications,” said Bob Folkestad, president of GC Cooling.

Gary Johnson, owner of FLUIDYNE, added, “I’m impressed with the technology of GC Cooling fans and believe we have gained a technology partner through our new national sales and distribution arrangement. This partnership is a growth opportunity for FHP that involves access to highly engineered fans that our NASCAR, motorsports and other high performance customers will greatly appreciate.”

For more information: www.GCCooling.com or call 515-645-5908.

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