SUFFIELD, Conn. Evans Cooling Systems Inc. has launched a new website designed to spotlight the economic, maintenance, and performance advantages of its revolutionary engine cooling technology, the company says.
The new website provides easier navigation, an improved mechanism for locating a dealer and updated technical information. Evans advanced waterless coolant technology prolongs the life of liquid cooled engines, offering increased reliability for cars, trucks, motorcycles and generators, according to the company.
Having a boiling point of 375 degrees F, Evans waterless coolants perform under extreme conditions, well past the failure temperatures of water-based coolants. Evans waterless coolants provide a large separation between the operating temperature of the coolant and its high boiling point, according to the company. Any vapor generated locally within the coolant jacket condenses immediately into surrounding coolant that is much colder than its boiling point. With the absence of vapor, Evans operates at a much lower, safer pressure, reducing stress on the cooling system, the company says.
The jacket metal is always in contact with liquid coolant for improved heat transfer. Evans coolants will not boil over regardless of load, ambient temperature or altitude, according to the company. At the other end of the temperature scale, Evans protects against freezing to minus 40 degrees F.
Evans stops corrosion and electrolysis problems, preserving metals and engine components. In heavy duty engines, Evans has been shown to be the most effective coolant for preventing cylinder liner cavitation erosion. Evans is a permanent and maintenance free fluid; there is no need for supplementary coolant additives and, absent leaks, no need for top ups. Evans combines performance and economic advantages with a safe formula that contributes to a better environment.
For more information, visit www.evanscooling.com.