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Evans Waterless Coolant added to Meyer Distributing’s lineup

Evans Waterless Coolant added to Meyer Distributing’s lineup

 

JASPER, Ind. — Meyer Distributing is adding Evans Waterless Coolant to its performance division. Evans brings to the table a waterless coolant that solves the age old issues of corrosion, boil-overs, and engine breakdowns caused by water based antifreeze.

The benefits of this are no corrosion, because there is no water in the cooling system. There is no erosion to the cooling system due to water vapor. Over-boiling is eliminated because the boiling point is now able to be raised to 375 degrees Fahrenheit (F), which no engine will ever see. It will also never freeze as Evans has a natural antifreeze property allowing to -40 degrees F protection. There is no pressure build up since the coolant never vaporizes like traditional antifreeze eliminating hard and blown hoses and lines.

“Evans coolant will never degrade and is designed to last the life of the engine so there is no need to ever add to, change or flush your cooling system,” says Austin Zehr, high performance manager for Meyer.

Zehr added, “This is going to reduce operating cost as well as those costly cooling system repairs. We look very forward to the partnership with Evans, and providing our customers with this great product for their cooling system needs.”

SOURCE: Meyer Distributing press release

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Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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