What is the advantage of waterless coolant?

What is the advantage of waterless coolant?

Evans Waterless Coolant provides distinct advantages over traditional water-based coolant. The absence of water avoids the formation of vapor, high pressure and boil-over, and prevents corrosion and electrolysis. Evans’ high boiling point and lower freeze point allow a wider and safer operating temperature range.

Is waterless coolant safe?

A waterless coolant that meets the ASTM standards can have up to 10-percent water and still retain its anti-corrosion properties. Evans Coolant will still protect with up to 60 percent water. It can’t, however, retain its lifetime use with water added and will go bad within a few years.

Who makes waterless coolant?

A Revolution in Coolant Evans manufactures the ONLY line of waterless engine coolants. Evans coolants do not use water, and therefore eliminate the engine problems caused by water. Evans Coolant meets ASTM specifications for waterless coolants for Light Duty Service.

Can you put waterless coolant in any car?

Even when you purchase antifreeze for your vehicle, most manufacturers encourage you to cut the coolant in half with water. Any coolant option which contains water promotes overheating and may contribute to premature engine corrosion. That is why waterless coolant is an alternative to consider for any vehicle.

Is waterless coolant better?

This allows for maximum protection against engine corrosion throughout the life of the coolant. Without water to boil, Evans Waterless Coolant can run at a higher temperature without creating steam and boiling out of the system. This prevents engine metal temperatures from ever exceeding a critical limit.

How long does waterless coolant last?

The high boiling point of Evans coolants are also facilitating improvements in engine design, performance and fuel economy. Evans products are certified non-toxic and documented to last 20 years without need for replacement or top-up.

What is waterless coolant made of?

Waterless coolant is glycol-based. The liquid avoids corrosion and electrolysis while the additives remain soluble.

What is waterless coolant made from?

About Waterless Coolant Traditional engine coolant is 50% water, but water causes engine corrosion and overheating. Evans Waterless Coolant is a glycol-based fluid that contains no water, so it eliminates many of the problems of water-based cooling systems.

How do you change to waterless coolant?

How do I install Evans waterless coolant in my vehicle?

  1. Drain all old water-based coolant out from radiator, block, and heater core if accessible.
  2. Use high volume air to force out remaining coolant.
  3. Fill with Evans Prep Fluid (waterless flush) and run for 15 minutes to circulate.

Can you mix water with waterless coolant?

In the short term, no performance issues should result from mixing a small amount of conventional coolant or straight water with Evans waterless coolant. However, the high boiling point and corrosion protection of Evans waterless coolant will be reduced, and the coolant should be replaced as soon as possible.

What is waterless coolant for cars?

Waterless coolant is a glycol-based liquid substance that does not contain water. Its boiling point of 191 °C (375 °F) is higher than that of water-based coolants and it resists the formation of corrosion. The substance was invented to circumvent the problems of vaporizing water.

How long does Evans waterless coolant last?

One of the most asked questions we get at Evans is regarding our Lifetime Coolant claim. Evans Cooling Systems (ECS) has always contended that if a cooling system using Evans Waterless Coolant is not contaminated with water, it will last the lifetime of the vehicle.