Bowman Heat Exchangers and Oil Coolers – providing high quality, thermally efficient heat transfer solutions for a variety of demanding applications worldwide.

As a leading UK manufacturer of shell and tube heat exchangers and oil coolers, Bowman offer one of the widest product ranges available covering a multitude of water-cooled applications. Backed by 100 years of heat transfer experience, Bowman heat exchangers can today be found in some of the most extreme and demanding applications known, including marine engineering, hydraulic equipment, and cogeneration (CHP) systems, automotive engine testing, plus swimming pools and hot tubs.

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Events

  • 25 Mar - 27 Mar 2020

    CMPX 2020

    Valutech will be exhibiting the range of Bowman swimming pool heat exchangers on booth 2212.

  • 20 Apr - 22 Apr 2020

    Fluid Power & Systems

    See the range of Bowman heat exchangers on the Leader Hydraulics stand at this leading industry event in the UK.

  • 16 May - 18 May 2020

    Navalia 2020

    Transdiesel will exhibit the range of Bowman products at this ship building exhibition in Vigo, Spain.

Recent News

Essential Reading for Keeping Cool

In just a few years, electric and hybrid propulsion has gone from an industry in its infancy, to being adopted as a mainstream propulsion option by many sectors of the marine industry. Whilst this increasing level of acceptance is often driven by emissions legislation in many parts of the world, there are also numerous operational…

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Keep cool to extend life and maintain performance

Whilst electrical propulsion systems are generally more tolerant of temperature increases, compared to traditional combustion engines, there is an important area where higher temperatures can have a detrimental effect on the performance of the components within a drivetrain. Tests undertaken by leading manufacturers show that in order to maintain performance and extend the operating life…

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Bowman marine oil cooler saves a small fortune!

The original oil cooler on the Volvo Penta engine of David Berry’s Moody Eclipse 33 was manufactured from a brass tube stack in an aluminium housing. The metal had gradually corroded over its life until it leaked water, with potentially disastrous results. The OE replacement part was listed at around £700*, so Mr Berry decided…

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