Truck City Service Center, located at 752 Interstate Lane, Crossville, TN (phone 866-970-5858), already has a handful of conversions under their belt.
Robert Fitzgerald and his partner Kevin Rutherford/ Talk show host on satellite radio, have been fielding an increasing number of calls from owner operators to convert to Evans waterless coolant. “We’ve been getting about 20 calls a day, and this is just the beginning.” Robert revealed, “We’ve had positive feedback from the first conversions already, with noticeable improvements in both fuel economy and performance.”
Earlier this year, Dutchess County Diesels in Millerton, NY (518-789-3434) also began converting heavy duty trucks with Evans coolant.
Evans waterless coolant enables a diesel engine to safely operate at elevated temperatures, taking advantage of the huge separation between the operating temperature and the high boiling point of the coolant. “You don’t have to address the boiling point because you never get there.” said Mike Tourville of Evans. “As fuel costs continue to rise, so does the demand for Evans waterless coolant. With documented fuel savings between 3% and 8%, owner operators are recognizing the value of the investment of Evans coolant, with a typical breakeven occurring in about 6 months.”
Evans waterless engine coolant, a patented technology, has a boiling point that is 150 degrees warmer than the operating temperature of most engines, allowing the engine to safely operate at slightly higher temperatures. The huge separation of the boiling point from the operating temperature enables fuel saving strategies not available with water-based coolants.
Evans is a lifetime coolant and never has to be replaced. Evans also offers maintenance benefits by reducing corrosion and cylinder liner cavitation.
While Evans’ cooling technology achieves improved fuel and maintenance savings, its reduced toxicity provides a safer, more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional water-based coolants.
For more information about Evans Cooling Systems, Inc., visit www.evanscooling.com.