Volvo intercoolers

Your company’s fleet is made of Volvo vehicles? Thanks to the offer of the Arcoore company, you can take care of its technical condition and ability to participate in road traffic, as well as economical and ecological driving. Our offer includes new and remanufactured Volvo intercoolers for trucks and buses from the Swedish manufacturer. Find out what the intercoolers do on Volvo vehicles and why it’s worth replacing the intercooler on your Volvo bus or truck with Arcoore.


What is an intercooler and what functions does it have?

The intercooler is the cooler of the air that is transferred from the compressor to the cylinder. The purpose of using this element in buses, trucks and vehicles of other brands is to improve the efficiency and performance of the drive unit. Intercoolers are commonly used in modern vehicles, regardless of whether they are mechanically supercharged or supercharged. turbocharging.

By cooling the air, it gains greater density, which directly translates into an increase in engine performance. Thanks to the use of intercoolers, the power of the drive unit can gain up to 40% of efficiency.

How do you know if the Volvo intercooler is defective?

Damage to the charge air cooler can be recognized by uneven engine operation, which will be manifested by jerks, power drop, poor acceleration, higher fuel consumption, faster operation of the turbine and engine components.

Things worth knowing about Volvo vehicles

The trucks and buses of such a valued manufacturer as the Swedish brand Volvo could not lack such a beneficial and widely used solution, such as intercoolers. This is one of the reasons why many transport and forwarding companies and carriers decide to build their fleet based on Volvo vehicles.


Volvo trucks

On the roads, you can meet various series of Volvo trucks, including, first and foremost, the well-known and well-received series of vehicles.

  • Volvo FL (FL4, FL6, FL7, FL10) – a low-cabin light truck popular in the 80s and 90s, used by fire brigades, construction companies, city transport with D6A250, D7A and D10 engines
  • Volvo FM (FM7, FM10 and FM12) – it is a very universal series of trucks designed for transport, construction and municipal applications. The first generation went into production in 1998.

With a series of motors:

  • D7C (7.3 L) 1998–2001
  • D10B (9.6 L) 1998–2001
  • D9A (9.4 L) from 2002
  • D9B (9.4 L) from 2002
  • D12C (12.1 L) 1998–2005
  • D12D (12.1 L) 1998–2005
  • D13A, B (12.7 L) from 2005


  • Volvo FH (FH 12, FH13, FH16) – heavy trucks that appeared on the market in 1993. Currently, their fourth generation is produced. It is one of the most successful trucks, with about 400,000 sold worldwide.
  • Volvo F10, F12, F16 – these are older, but still used on the road, Volvo truck models, produced in the years 1977–1993. They introduced many innovative technological solutions for their time. That is why they turned out to be a great success for the Volvo brand, with over 200,000 produced between 1977 and 1993.

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Volvo buses

The manufacturer’s portfolio also includes safe and economical coaches and buses. Among the coaches, two series are worth mentioning:

  • Volvo 9700 – very versatile coaches, comfortable, fulfilling their task both on linear routes and on rented courses.
  • Volvo 9900 – luxury coaches, guaranteeing passengers the highest comfort.

In addition, the Volvo coach offer is complemented by:

  • Volvo 7000
  • Volvo 7000A
  • Volvo 7700
  • Volvo 7700A
  • Volvo 7900A Hybrid – a low-floor, articulated city bus, produced since 2013 at the Volvo plant in Wrocław
  • Volvo B10BLE
  • Volvo B10L
  • Volvo B10LA
  • Volvo B10M

Volvo intercoolers on offer from Arcoore

At Arcoore you will find both new and remanufactured Volvo intercoolers, designed for many models of this brand’s vehicles, regardless of engine capacity and power. Regenerated intercoolers retain the properties of the new parts. Thanks to clear OEM markings, you can easily find a compatible part for the system in a specific Volvo vehicle. Therefore, the risk of any mistake is minimized.

Regeneration itself is a process of restoring used elements to 100% of their functional and quality properties, and it is significantly different from repair, which is only a temporary help. In practice, the regeneration of Volvo intercoolers consists in replacing it with a completely new core and inserting it by welding into the used sides / tubs.

What’s more – before shipment, each part is carefully checked and then secured against damage in transport. Therefore, you can be sure that you will receive a fully functional, ready-to-install Volvo intercooler.