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Performance cooling is the foundation of Flex-a-lite. In 1962, Eddy Davis founded this company with the original “flex fan” concept. He developed the first flexible fan out of hand-cut fiberglass roofing material. The concept was to create a lightweight fan that would flatten out at high engine rpm. This would reduce the drag or load on the engine, increasing horsepower to the wheels. Fifty years later, his Granddaughter, Lisa Chissus leads the company with the same innovative spirit that continuously looks for new ways to provide performance cooling solutions.

Today, Flex-a-lite manufacturers a full line of belt-driven fans, electric fans, transmission and oil coolers, Flex-a-fit aluminum radiator and related components. We take pride in the components we make, and we’re still makin’ it in the USA. Fife, Washington, to be exact, in our 75,000 square foot facility that includes manufacturing, engineering and product testing labs. But Flex-a-lite is more than a building and a line of products. It’s at team of people committed to innovation and quality. The team designs and engineers products, does injection molding and vacuum forming of its products, stamps and forms metal for shrouds, brackets and radiators and does all of the final assembly. There’s a lot of pride and care that goes into every Flex-a-lite product.

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