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a fluid agent (gas or liquid) that produces cooling

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has introduced a new line of heavy-duty coolant filters with synthetic media.
18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Automotive Coolant Market 2014-2019: Trends, Forecasts and Opportunity Analysis" report to their offering.
Engine coolants must protect engines from severe temperature and corrosion, be compatible with different engine materials, and lubricate engine cooling pumps.
With increasing R&D efforts on new coolant formulations, the lifetime of coolants is witnessing a continuing increase, which is affecting the demand for coolants.
Evans products have a boiling point of more than 180C, while traditional 50/50 coolants boil at about 103C.
Evans Coolants is proud to be associated with the Honda World Motocross factory team," said Noel Shapton of Hydratech.
At the time, we thought all coolants had this issue and this was just a cost of doing business," Stankus said.
Keeping coolant clean means conserving cash, and in today's cost-conscious business environment, that's a requirement.
Pertinent Data: The Alfie 400 is a two GPM module sized for multiple coolant tanks and comes with feed and discharge pumps, inlet strainer, inlet and outlet hoses with quick disconnects, floating suction device, collection tank for tramp oil and electrical control.
These results suggest advantages to begin applying coolants as early as possible, consistent with safety considerations about possible smelt-water contact in an actual ESP.
Routine operating temperatures of 150 [degrees] C (302 [degrees] F) and higher for both coolants and lubricants indicate more extensive use of this class of elastomer.
AMBITROL coolants are specially formulated to meet the severe requirements of large, heavy-duty stationary engines, and they are available in propylene glycol and ethylene glycol-based formulations.
New formulations of "extended-life" coolants and new fuel-emission standards are presenting performance challenges for semi-crystalline engineering thermoplastics in automotive under-the-hood applications and fuel systems.
As part of the Clean Air Act of 1990, owners of buildings with central air conditioning, freezers and refrigeration equipment or other systems that use coolants can be fined or sent to jail if the substances are vented after July 1.
Chevron Lubricants, maker of technologically advanced engine oils, lubricants and coolants, today introduced its new HDAX[R] Prediluted 40/60 Extended Life Coolant/Antifreeze.