Our cars, Jeeps, powersports vehicles and heavy machinery represent a lot of pride and joy, and at Evans, we think things that bring us so much satisfaction deserve the best treatment possible. When it comes to engines, that means waterless coolant.
For as long as water has been used in cooling systems, drivers have been plagued by overheating, corrosion and electrolysis. You can solve those problems and more with Evans Waterless Coolant.
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).