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What is Evans Waterless Engine Coolant?

What is Evans Waterless Engine Coolant?

A coolant formulation designed not to be mixed with water. Evans has no water content, eliminating the harmful effects of having water in your cooling system

If Evans Coolants are so good why is not everyone using it?

Despite having been around for 25+ years in the USA, like anything it has taken time for Evans to be accepted in the market. In the past 5 years Evans has become and international company, now represented on every continent. Word of mouth and many happy customers has now resulted in Evans rapidly becoming an international success.

Where is Evans Coolants manufactured?

Evans manufacturing facility is located in Pennsylvania, USA. Here in Australia we are working towards manufacturing here locally with a new facility currently in construction, in the meantime we will continue to import from the USA.

What are the benefits of Evans Waterless Engine Coolant?

Evans eliminates overheating by ensuring the coolant remains in its liquid form, eliminates corrosion and electrolysis, eliminates vapour pressure and eliminates the need to ever change your engine coolant. Water is no longer a limitation.

What is the boiling point?

Evans has a boiling point of 190C unpressurised. That’s a staggering +60C over conventional water based coolants.

What’s so bad about having water in my cooling system?

• Water has a low boiling point (approx. 100C) and is generally the failing point of conventional coolants.
• Water is corrosive and a great conductor of electricity
• Water quality is inconsistent
• Water retains only around 4% of is thermal conductivity in vapour form

Will Evans Coolants make my coolant temperature lower?

Not necessarily, keeping in mind that what you see on the gauge is not a true indication of engine temperature. Evans works my eliminating ‘hot spots’ or vapour pockets in the cooling jacket even before the boiling point has been reached. Temperatures at these locations are much higher than what is shown on the gauge. Evans ensures that liquid-to-metal contact is maintained and heat is sufficiently transferred to the coolant, providing more uniform heat transfer across the metal surface. On occasion coolant temperatures can rise by 3C-7C but is well within the parameters on the engine and lubricants.

What is so bad about vapour pressure?

Once vapour is formed in a cooling system, this vapour inhibits heat transfer forming an insulation layer between the liquid coolant and metal surface. Vapour also puts your components under strain, increasing the likelihood of component failure. Evans does not form water vapour at all, reducing pressure dramatically. The only pressure experienced is due to thermal expansion.

How often do I need to change Evans Coolants?

Never! Evans is a lifetime coolant.

What type of engines can I put Evans Coolant in?

Any engine. Evans have 3 products, Evans High Performance formulated for all automotive engines and light duty diesel engines, Evans Powersports for dirt bikes, quad, etc and Evans Heavy Duty for on/off road diesel engines. Evans Prep Fluid is also available to aid in the removal of water from the cooling system.

Where can I buy Evans Waterless Engine Coolants?

Evans products are available nation-wide. Please visit our website for a list of all of our resellers.

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