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Evans AeroCool 180 5 Litre

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Product Summary

A waterless engine coolant recommended by Rotax Aircraft Engines. Aero Cool 180º NPG+c protects engine cooling systems from -40ºC to 180ºC. The unique properties prevent many of the problems associated with water based coolants such as Overheating and Corrosion.

A waterless engine coolant recommended by Rotax Aircraft Engines. Aero Cool 180º NPG+c protects engine cooling systems from -40ºC to 180ºC. The unique properties prevent many of the problems associated with water based coolants such as Overheating and Corrosion.

No Water - No Overheating
Aero Cool 180° has a boiling point of 180°C and will not boilover.

No Water - No Corrosion
Water contains oxygen, oxygen allows corrosion. Aero Cool 180° eliminates corrosion.

No Water - No Pressure
Aero Cool 180° allows your cooling system to run at a lower pressure, reducing the strain on engine components.

No Water - No Liner Pitting
Aero Cool 180° generates significantly less pitting when compared with all water based coolants.

No Water - More BHP
Aero Cool 180° eliminates premature detonation associated with overheating

 

Features

The Science behind Evans
 
No Overheating
Traditional water based coolants regularly cross the thermal boundary that separates Efficient Nucleate Boiling (A) from Inefficient Critical Heat Flux. CHF leads to localised film boiling (B) and steam bubbles circulating throughout the cooling system, which often results in overheating and combustion issues. Evans Waterless Coolants boil above 180º C ensuring effective cooling and efficient fuel burn is maintained for all engine loads and ambient air temperatures.

 

More BHP
When water-based coolants vapourise adjacent to the combustion zone, hot-spots are formed.  These hot-spots have been proven to cause pre-ignition in petrol engines and detonation issues in diesel engines. Evans Waterless Coolants eliminates hot-spots and subsequently improve combustion efficiency and increase power delivery.

 

No Corrosion
Water is the root cause of corrosion in all cooling systems, via oxidation (rusting) and galvanic (electrolytic) action. Evans coolants do not contain dissolved oxygen and have a much lower conductivity (increased resistivity) compared with water-based coolants. Subsequently replacing water with Evans non-aqueous solution eliminates corrosion and the need to periodically refresh or replenish the coolant.

 

No Pressure
Water requires additional (cap) pressure to prevent it boiling within the engine. This additional pressure can vary between 7psi and 29psi (0.5 Bar to 2 Bar) which places significant stress on cooling system components, including hoses, gaskets and radiators. Evans Waterless Coolants generate much lower pressures, in the region of 4psi, and therefore reduces strain on all components.

 

No Liner Pitting
Liner pitting is primarily caused by the rapid formation and collapse of small steam bubbles on the metal surface. Over several years this process can lead to severe surface erosion and deep liner pitting. Evans Waterless Coolants are not prone to forming vapour bubbles and proven, by SAE trials, to virtually eliminate surface erosion and pitting

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