We are proud of our partnership with Danish manufacturer Nissens, one of the most prestigious cooling component suppliers in the world.
Nissens was founded in 1921, now boasting 90 years of cooling expertise. Approximately 50% of their business is development and supply to the OE market placing them on the cutting edge of new development and technology. They have three production with a collective production floor space of 67,000 square meters. we are taking the initiative of importing a premium brand in order to provide the quality and range that has been our trademark over the years. With a production of 385 000 units annually and a defect rate of only 0.3% defect, we can cater to your every cooling requirement with total peace of mind.
After establishing a range of radiators, Masterparts is now adding the following Nissens lines;
Nissens’ range of intercoolers covers more than 75% of the aftermarket for passenger cars and trucks, and all intercoolers have been designed and constructed to comply with Nissens’ strict quality demands.
Nissens OEM’s oil coolers are available in three different versions:
- Bar and plate coolers, manufactured from aluminium and suited for working pressures up to 30 bar.
- Bar and plate coolers, type LC, manufactured from aluminium and suited for working pressures up to 16 bar.
- Shell coolers manufactured from aluminium and suited for working pressures up to 13 bar.
Everything needed for installation of a Nissens radiator is included in the package. All radiators come complete with caps, o-rings, screws, bolts, etc. for mounting, thus facilitating easy and unproblematic installation of the radiator. First Fit also means that one single type of radiator will fit into a number of different cars, which saves storage room and reduces the number of part nos.
The latest technology offering even more efficient cooling
Nissens is the first manufacturer in Europe to offer radiators produced in-house based on the latest 5mm technology, thus meeting the need to combine a larger cooling efficiency with a significantly reduced need for space for the cooling unit.
What does 5mm mean?
Originally, the 5mm technology was introduced and applied in a selection of popular Japanese cars, e.g. Mazda, Suzuki and Toyota. Today, the European market potential is also growing, and the number of new cars equipped with the 5mm cooling technology develops rapidly. The mm term indicates that the spaces between the tubes in the radiator core are 5 mm. Until recently, the majority of aluminium radiators for cars were made with 10mm tube distance. The remarkable distance reduction in 5mm radiators generates a number of interesting benefits in comparison to the standard systems of 10mm:
- Better cooling performance
- Reduction in cooling unit size (mainly in thickness in terms of fewer rows but also in width and height)
- Lower weight
New Nissens models available in 5 mm
Radiators building upon the 5 mm technology comprise a full coverage of 35 OE numbers within 44 car models.