MORE THAN HALF CENTURY OF RELIABILITY IN HEAT TRANSFER
First, for tanks fighting in the desert during World War II, the English developed the idea of cooling tubes that were replaced individually placed on heads with rubber seals.
The concept had these advantages:
- Flexible seals would allow the damaged pipes to be removed and replaced even during combat conditions.
- The seals would absorb the vibration and thermal shock that would cause traditional radiators to leak.
After World War II, the engines of Rolls-Royce cars and commercial vehicles were equipped with these radiators. At the beginning of the 50s, the radiator core first appeared in Canada's mine transport trucks in Labrador.
Don Celso Campoy Mendoza
Founder LyM of Mexico.
Announcement of the start of LyM de México.
Facilities in Dr. Paliza and London, Colonia Centenario.
Construction process of the new plant; in the background the land where the Ford plant would later be installed.