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Don’t Fear the Temperature Gauge

One of the questions most frequently asked of the Evans technical staff is, “How much cooler (or warmer) will my engine run with Evans?”

The answer: Most often, there will NOT be a noticeable change in the operating temperature.

Under normal conditions, a typical car driven daily with standard equipment running with Evans Coolant will operate in the same range as 50/50 (ethylene glycol/water) coolant. Although the boiling point of Evans is 375°F, that doesn’t mean it will reach higher operating temperatures. What it does mean is that Evans waterless coolant will remain a liquid, and maintain efficient heat transfer well past the point where water-based coolant will boil (aka its failure point).

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Posted 8/1/2016

How Evans Can Help Your Car Keep Cool in Extreme Heat

Extreme heat can do serious damage to your car. With a heat wave driving temperatures into the 100s this summer, motorists need to take extra precautions to avoid boilovers, which can turn deadly when the internal temperature of your engine reaches a critical level. Not only do boilovers stop your engine (and the air conditioning), they can result in expensive repairs.

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Posted 6/22/2016

Antifreeze vs. Waterless Coolant—What’s the Difference?

When I’m at the races, it’s fairly common for people to ask how our waterless coolant compares to other brands like Engine Ice, Maxima Coolanol, Bel-Ray Moto Chill, Amsoil, etc. While there are differences between antifreeze formulations, the one rule is that they are all half water. Based on that fact, their boiling point, vapor pressure, corrosion protection, and lifespan are all pretty much the same.

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Posted 6/15/2016

Do I Need Waterless Coolant?

As the only manufacturer of waterless engine coolants, Evans Cooling Systems has coolants that work for almost any engine, but some vehicles will benefit from waterless coolant more than others. How do you know if you are a candidate for Evans waterless coolant in your engine? This simple checklist will help you decide.

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Posted 6/1/2016