Different types of applications
- -- Manufactured Industrial Steam Heating devices
1907 Bush Manufacturing was founded in Hartford, Connecticut
- -- Produced round tube and fin radiators for Automotive OEMs such as the
Pope-Hartford Car Company.
1950 C. A. Dunham merged with Bush Mfg. to form Dunham-Bush Manufacturing, Inc. (D-B)
- -- Manufactured round tube, fin radiators and condensers for HVAC, industrial air
conditioning and chillers as well as centrifugal pumps, steam heating systems and
miscellaneous other HVAC components.
1953 50th Anniversary of D-B
- -- Operations in Indiana, Iowa, Virginia, Connecticut, California and England.
1960 D-B forms the Fluid Cooling Division in Riverside, California
- -- Twenty employees and one OEM customer, Hayden. Made small copper condenser coils. Used as auxiliary engine and transmission coolers for the emergency RV and high
1967 D-B acquired by Garrett Air Research
- -- Merged D-B with their Space Conditioning Division. Combined D-B screw compressor technology with Garrett's turbine compressor technology.
1975 D-B Fluid Cooling Division introduced the Kool-Mor brand of heat exchanger (Hx) products to the marketplace.
D-B Fluid Cooling Division moved to their current facilities in Ontario,
1991 D-B produces its first Nocolok-Brazed heat exchanger.
1992 D-B initiates commercial joint venture in China.
1993 FLUIDYNE Racing Products is formed ..........
1994 Thermal Dynamics establishes its first international joint venture.
1995 D-B Fluid Cooling Division renamed Thermal Dynamics Corporation.
- -- The HVAC operations was sold to a Malaysian company.
1996 Thermal Dynamics International establishes its first manufacturing cooperative joint venture in Mainland, China.
1997 Thermal Dynamics Corporation receives QS-9000/ISO9001 certification.
1999 Thermal Dynamics Corporation celebrates its 25th anniversary as Automotive/Truck OEM Supplier.
2000 Acquired Tongli, located in China, as a manufacturing facility.
2001 Became the Officially Licensed Oil Cooler of NASCAR ..........
- -- FLUIDYNE moves into a new manufacturing facility in Charlotte, North Carolina.
2002 Thermal Dynamics Corporation opens a Sales and Applications Center to serve the OEM Automotive market.
2003 Thermal Dynamics facilities in California receive ISO-14001 certification.
-- Thermal Dynamics Mobile Industrial group becomes Thermal Dynamics International
-- Thermal Dynamics International opens a Sales and Applications Engineering office in North Carolina to serve the Mobile/Industrial market.
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