Chilling with a Vulcan

Great demonstration of flexibilty this week. Received an enquiry from CNAM (City of Norwich Aviation Museum) about helping to keep Vulcan XM612 ‘alive’ by repairing the radiator which is cooling the generator set used to maintain power to the airplane.

The lure of working on the Vulcan had us all, particularly Andrew Firman from production, very curious and eager to help.

After inspection and presure test we quickly found the leak, completed the repair and had the radiator back to the museum within a couple of hours – taking the opportunity to hand deliver in the hope of getting a close up look.

Having been so impressed with the efficient service we were rewarded with a seat in the cockpit which is something Andrew will certainly remember for a while.

Thank you CNAM for the opportunity to work with you on this, your continued restoration of Vulcan XM612 is mightily impressive.

Broadland Radiators designs, manufactures and repairs radiators and heat exchangers used in all types of engine cooling applications – including the mighty Vulcan!