Evans Power Cool 180° is a high performance coolant that is manufactured without the use of water. Because of this, Evans has a number of benefits over traditional water-based coolants:
• Eliminates Overheating
The operating temperature of an engine is very close to the boiling point of water. Hotspots within the cooling system can lead to localised boiling, generating steam which increases system pressure and prevents effective cooling. Evans Waterless Coolants have a boiling point of over 180°C, far above the operating temperature of the engine. The high boiling point ensures that the coolant remains liquid at all times enabling consistently effective cooling. Eliminating water eliminates the problem of boil-over and after-boil.
• Reduces Pressure
Hotspots within a water based engine cooling system cause localised boiling. The steam generated significantly increases the pressure within the system putting stress on hoses and other components. Evans Waterless Coolants generate very low vapour pressures reducing strain on engine cooling system components. With a boiling point of above 180°C, it will not vaporise within the cooling system and greatly reduces system pressure.
• Prevents Corrosion
Water is the root cause of corrosion in engines. Current antifreeze formulations regularly fail to prevent cavitation, oxidation and galvanic action, eating away pumps, radiators, liners etc. Corrosion build-up, inhibitor drop-out and lime-scale precipitation significantly reduces heat transfer efficiency and accelerates overheating. Evans Waterless Coolants contain no oxygen effectively eliminating corrosion.
• Increases BHP
Evans Waterless Coolants eliminate pre-ignition and detonation caused by overheating - thus improving combustion efficiency and delivering more power.
• Freeze Protection
Evans Waterless Coolants freeze below -40°C
Evans Waterless Coolants are proven to be Non-Toxic. Standard anti-freeze is toxic and known to kill pets.
• Stops Erosion
Evans Waterless Coolants prevent cavitation and eliminate liner and cooling pump erosion. As water flows through an engine cooling system it is subjected to many obstacles and constrictions. The resulting turbulence creates rapid changes in pressure forcing small pockets of water to vaporise. This process produces voids in the liquid known as "cavitation bubbles". As the pressure normalises the bubbles collapse generating forces great enough to punch holes in the surrounding metal.