Radcool is used as a high performance engine coolant and antifreeze for internal combustion stationary engines & machineries, developed to meet the increasing performance requirement of modern cooling systems.
It provides a high degree of corrosion protection for all metals currently used in cooling systems and has been designed to fulfill the latest performance requirement of motor manufactures. It is particularly suitable for cooling system using a large proportion of aluminum alloys in their construction and for fuel economy engines operation at higher temperature.
Radcool is single-phase, universal automotive engine antifreeze based on a long life organic corrosion inhibitor system. It is a nitrite-, nitrate-, phosphate-, silicate-, borate and amine-free formulation which uses carboxylate technology to provide maximum protection of the six basic metal alloys found in most heat transfer systems. This inhibitor system eliminates the need for silicates, phosphates, borates, nitrites, nitrates and amine additives traditionally used for this purpose.
Replacing these inhibitors is significant for water pump life because many of these conventional inhibitors have been shown to be abrasive to water pump seals. In comparison field tests with conventional antifreeze in taxi fleets, Radcool Antifreeze significantly reduced the need to replace water pumps during the 100,000 mile test. In addition to fleet tests, this product has also been tested by a major manufacturer of water pump seals, and has been found to be more compatible with the seals than any other antifreeze tested.