Cooling System Reserve Capacity, What is it? How do I achieve it?

A cooling system gains a reserve capacity when Evans Waterless Engine Coolant is used.  It is the margin between operating temperature and the boiling point of the coolant being used.

  • A system designed for water-based coolant, but using Evans, will operate at conventional temperatures most of the time. A small increase in coolant temperature is safe when running Evans and will not harm the engine.
  • Under conditions of particularly high thermal stress, the coolant will run hotter but the cooling system will not fail and metal temperatures will remain under control.
  • On shut-down there will be no after-boil, regardless of the thermal stress.

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