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ENOC launches coolant range with vast lifespans

ENOC’s ‘EN-Cool’ organic acid coolants suppress deposit formation to vastly extend the service life and drain intervals in commercial vehicles

EN-Cool Heavy Duty NM meets the performance requirements of US manufacturers such as Caterpillar & Cummins.
EN-Cool Heavy Duty NM meets the performance requirements of US manufacturers such as Caterpillar & Cummins.

ENOC Lubricants has launched its ‘EN-Cool’ organic acid technology coolants — chemically stable additives designed to be compatible with all metal and non-metal engine components.

The range protects cooling pumps, thermostats and radiators by ensuring 100% free deposit operations, and is designed for uses in the automotive, industrial, on- and off-highway, heavy-duty and general commercial sectors.

ENOC’s top tier universal coolant solution, EN-Cool OAT Extra Long Life offers extended long life protection to meet the demands of all the various original equipment manufacturers potentially present in modern mixed fleet operations.

Its drain intervals can reach up to 650,000 km for truck and bus applications, and 32,000 hours (or five years) for stationary engines.

With EN-Cool Heavy Duty NM the slow depletion of its corrosion inhibitors and long life meet the performance requirements of top OEMs like Caterpillar & Cummins.

 The EN-Cool Extra Coolant is ENOC’s standard product for automotive applications that offers protection for up to 80,000km in automotive applications, and is available in 33% and 50% mixtures.

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