Sharon, Conn.-based Evans Cooling Systems has started offering its Heavy Duty Thermal Coolant in one-gallon containers.
The commercial waterless engine coolants manufacturer also offers the coolant in five-gallon pails and 55-gallon drums. There are also 275-gallon totes for larger volume orders.

Evans HDTC is based on the company's patented waterless coolant technology, and is designed for vehicles and equipment powered by heavy-duty diesel engines. Evans waterless HDTC boils at 375 degrees, which is 150 degrees warmer than the operating temperature of the engine.

The separation between the boiling point of HDTC and its operating temperature permits engines to operate safely at higher than conventional temperatures and enable fuel saving strategies that include higher temperature thermostats and reduced fan-on time. In recent tests, Evans has demonstrated fuel savings between 3 and 8 percent.

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