About Waterless Coolant

Water—great for drinking but not ideal for engine cooling.

Water-based coolants, which have been used in car engines for about a century, are universally acknowledged to have inherent physical and chemical limitations that affect long-term reliability, increase maintenance costs and often restrict engine performance. The primary objective of installing Evans waterless coolant is to eliminate many problems associated with water in conventional water-based cooling systems, while increasing reliability and engine life.

Water:

  • Can be a major cause of engine breakdowns and catastrophic failures
  • Causes corrosion and promotes electrolysis
  • Is prone to boil-over at high temps
  • Turns to vapor, increasing cooling system pressure and stressing components
  • Requires periodic changeouts with water-based coolant every 1 to 4 years

Evans waterless engine coolants:

  • Increase engine reliability
  • Prevent corrosion due to water
  • Prevent boil-over
  • Have over 20 years of proven functionality
  • Last the life of the system—no flushing or replacing required
  • Reduce operating costs
  • Improve engine performance
  • Prevent freezing down to -40ºC