FASTER ENGINE WARM UP
In a system that uses a thermostat or other means of controlling coolant
flow until a certain coolant temperature is obtained, KWICK KOOL absorbs
the heat of the engine parts, transferring heat evenly throughout the
engine. When KWICK KOOL is added to coolant it acts like a heat sink.
The coolant temperature rises faster, reducing the time for warm up. The
heat is evenly transferred to all of the engine parts creating a more
even warm up, reducing cold start-up wear and tear. Additionally, this
translates into a big fuel savings, allowing equipment to be put into
service sooner with faster warm up.
REDUCES COOLANT TEMPERATURE
Once the thermostat opens up, KWICK KOOL transfers all of the heat it
has absorbed into the radiator or cooling tower. Its ability to transfer
this heat will now make the radiator work more efficiently to remove heat
from the KWICK KOOL coolant mixture.
REDUCES INTERNAL ENGINE PARTS TEMPERATURE
Acting like a heat sink, KWICK KOOL has the ability to remove heat from
internal engine parts. Reducing the operating temperature of your engine
has a major impact on the wear and tear of engine components. In engines
where high rpm's are required, such as racecars, this becomes critical
to the lifespan of the components such as valve springs, wrist pins, cylinder
walls and pistons. Increasing the lifespan of these components reduces
costs when rebuilding and helps to minimize failures.
REDUCES OIL TEMPERATURE
By reducing the temperature of the internal parts, KWICK KOOL will also
help to reduce oil temperatures. A reduced oil temperature means less
chance of oil breakdown and, in turn, decreases the chance of damage caused
by poor lubrication.