Evans launches new heavy-duty engine coolant

Evans Coolants Australia/New Zealand has released a new water coolant designed for heavy-duty engines in stationary and vehicle applications.

“In harsh operating environments, keeping water-based coolant below its boiling point taxes the radiator and fan to the limit. With a boiling point of 190°C, Evans waterless coolants avoid afterboil because the coolant in the cylinder head is much colder than its boiling point,” the company said.

“The coolant acts as a heat sink with the capability to absorb all residual cylinder head heat without boiling. There is no component of vapor in the system causing a pressure increase.

“Engines can safely tolerate higher coolant temperatures because hot engine metal is never insulated from liquid coolant by vapor, while excellent heat transfer to the coolant is maintained at all times.”

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