At Arlington, our thermal management capabilities for internal combustion engines (ICEs) take the form of advanced engine cooling systems. These are solutions which provide outstanding driveability and durability. From electro-mechanical valves to intelligent thermal control strategies for engine temperature tracking and regulation, we are experts at improving the combustion environment, increasing fuel efficiency and reducing exhaust emissions.
Arlington Thermal Management can help you achieve greater efficiencies in the temperature regulation of gasoil. These efficiencies are gained through a quicker warm-up of both the engine and drivetrain, a reduction of losses from the water pump and fan, and above all, a more optimal operation of the engine.
Arlington is highly proficient in providing thermal control solutions for flow and regulation of transmission oil and heating oil. This proven market is one where we can offer optimised thermal energy and vehicle management. Due to our latest development research and technology, we can now offer advances in waste heat recovery, thermodynamic efficiency improvement, cooling systems, heat transfer and air flow management, as well as thermal systems analysis, control and integration.
Arlington supports the supply of elements for mild hybrid electric vehicles (MHEVs). These come with a standard internal combustion engine, an extra electric motor, and a battery – automatically recharged by regenerative braking during coasting and braking. Our MHEV wax elements deliver improved engine thermal management, better exhaust after-treatment systems and increased performance.
Arlington is capable of supplying many wax elements for full hybrid electric vehicles (FHEVs). These vehicles combine a conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) system with an electric propulsion system (hybrid vehicle drivetrain). From electric powertrains which enable better fuel economy and performance, to the technology behind more powerful batteries, Arlington is perfectly placed to help you achieve more.
Working with our partners, Arlington Thermal Management is a key supplier of components for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). This type of full hybrid electric vehicle (FHEV) allows the battery to be charged through an external source of electric power, or by its on-board engine and generator.
By 2030, around half of the world’s new car sales will be battery electric vehicle (BEV), hybrid or fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV). Arlington is focusing on the increasing electrification of the vehicle powertrain and other technological trends across this sector. Simply, we are your go-to partner for meeting the thermal management challenges head-on. The Arlington team has a unique, in-depth knowledge and combines it with an expertise in electrification, offering new and improved ways of cooling the current flow to the battery.
Arlington supplies components for extended-range electric vehicles. Focusing on areas such as the plug-in battery pack and electric motor, our technology helps effectively cool the lithium-ion battery packs, delivering faster reactivity and more accurate control of the thermostatic system. Arlington’s components are specifically designed to cope with the higher demands placed on both them and the control system over longer journeys.
The Arlington team excel in technology for plug-in fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), a type of electric vehicle which uses a fuel cell, instead of a battery, or in combination with a battery to power its on-board electric motor. Concentrating on the thermal management behind air-conditioning components, we ensure temperature control of the battery and power electronics and help you achieve greater and more productive vehicle performance.
At Arlington we have adapted our product offering to satisfy our clients’ need for multiple cooling solutions across engine, transmission and battery system thermal management. As well as manufacturing and supplying things such as, traditional wax motor-driven manual and electrically heated thermostats, we offer so much more. For example, transmission oil regulators and bespoke valves which improve the control of transmission oil temperatures.