Designers and Manufacturers of Quality Radiators
ABOUT US
Greenís Radiator Service was established in 1921 for the Manufacturing and Repairing of Radiators, Oil Coolers and Heat Exchangers, specializing in Heavy Duty and Mining Applications. Greenís Radiatorís was established by the late William Bertram Green, who actually manufactured his first Radiator assembly in 1936. Thereafter the company was owned and managed by the late Douglas Green and grandson Stephen Green.

Greenís Radiator Service is South Africaís oldest designer and manufacturer of complete Radiator Assemblies as original equipment as well as Radiator Cores for the replacement market. Our products are used in a wide range of applications including Earthmoving, Mining, Stationery Diesel Generator Sets, Surface and Underground Locomotives, Haul and Articulated Dump Trucks, and for all Industrial, Passenger and Commercial Vehicles.

Our products are the result of many years of experience in solving Heat Transfer problems and have justifiably won us the enviable reputation as manufacturers of the highest quality Radiator products in South Africa.

Greenís Radiator Service is a member of NARSA (The International Heat Transfer Association) enabling us to keep up to date with the latest innovations in our industry.

Our company policy is to focus on customer satisfaction through high quality products and services.

Our business objectives are to develop and expand our range of products for existing and new customers.

Greenís Radiator Service will continually improve the quality of its products and services for the benefit of the Company and its Customers.

We are BEE rated; our certificate may be viewed here
DON'T SEE RED! - SEE GREEN'S RADIATOR SERVICE

Quality Radiators since 1921

13 Faraday Street, Wemmer, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Tel: +27 (0) 11 334-3935 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9             E-mail: greens@greens.co.za
Greens Radiator Service in 1948
Greens Radiator Service 1970 - Second Level added
Collin Green, Billy Green, Douglas Green and Stephen Green inspecting tube quality, 1972
Addition of industrial workshop in 1995