Coolant Archives - Counterman Magazine
High-Performance Cooling Protection

A coolant additive can help prevent overheating and improve engine efficiency.

Cleaning And Protecting Vehicle Cooling Systems

The cooling system is fundamental to the healthy performance of an engine.

Rislone Unveils New Formula For Hy-per Cool Super Coolant

Laboratory dyno tests show the new formula provides up to a 20% greater reduction in engine temperature than the original.

Rislone Hy-per Cool Super Coolant
VIDEO: How Coolant Can Sabotage A Water Pump

A leading manufacturer that analyzes hundreds of warranty returns every years finds that the vast majority of premature failures stem from one common culprit: coolant.

Coolant and Water Pumps
VIDEO: Finding Coolant Leaks

If your customer complains that their engine is running hot, it’s a telltale sign that there could be a coolant leak.

Selling Functional Fluids

Functional fluids come in
many forms, and each one has very
specific properties and applications.

VIDEO: Coolant vs. Antifreeze

It’s not coolant until it’s been diluted.

ASE Offers Free Webinar On Coolant Systems

The webinar is scheduled for 4 p.m. EST on Friday, April 17.

Diagnosing Coolant Leaks

Coolant leaks can be challenging to pinpoint despite evidence lying in a puddle under the car.

Long-Life Antifreeze: Service Intervals, Replacement Considerations

The best way to change coolant is to have it professionally changed with a coolant exchange machine.

Antifreeze: Colors, Concentrations and Coolant Changes

Three things that often confuse consumers about antifreeze are colors (the color of the antifreeze), the concentration (the strength or percentage of antifreeze in the coolant mixture) and how often coolant should be changed.

When Selling Hoses, Always Consult Cataloging For Recommendations

To withstand extreme temperatures, most modern coolant hoses are now made from ethylene propylene (EPDM rubber, which can endure operating temperatures ranging from -40 to +275 degrees F.   Thanks to compact engine compartments, air conditioning, turbocharging, and computer-controlled cooling fans, underhood operating temperatures have risen dramatically. To withstand these extreme temperatures, most modern coolant