Waterless coolant: run hot without running the risk

It’s universally acknowledged that water-based engine coolants have inherent physical and chemical limitations. As a result, long-term reliability, maintenance costs and engine performance are all negatively affected. But there’s a solution to conventional water-based coolant: Evans Waterless Coolant.

Unlike water, our unique formulation remains in a liquid state up to 375⁰F — far above the operating temperature of an engine. Water begins to boil and turn to vapor at 212⁰, so, when an engine is running hot, water-based coolant has virtually no capacity for heat transfer in areas critical to performance. The steam then pressurizes the cooling system’s hoses and components. Because they don’t vaporize, Evans coolants maintain efficient cooling performance and reduce pressure even under extreme conditions.

Water is a major cause of engine breakdowns and catastrophic failures. And because it contains oxygen, water-based coolants cause corrosion and electrolytic activity which damage engine metals. Evans prevents corrosion and erosion, significantly increasing the life of your engine. In fact, Evans waterless coolants have 20 years of proven functionality and last the life of the system. So you won’t have to drain, flush and replace your coolant every one to four years.

Installing Evans will reduce your operating costs by improving fuel economy and engine performance. Plus, it also has natural antifreeze properties down to -40⁰F, allowing you to confidently take on freezing temperatures.

For about a century, water-based coolants have been used in engines. However, while water may be great for drinking, it’s not the ideal fluid for engine cooling. Choose Evans, the solution to conventional coolant and boil over.

Source: hotrod.com