Coolant Testing

When testing coolants, we are looking for four primary goals:

  1. Improved Fluid Condition – Results indicate if the coolant can continue to be used or if it needs to be drained and replenished.
  2. Reduced Component Failure – Analysis indicates when an engine or cooling system failure has occurred and such failures can include a blown head gasket, a corroded ground, or a blocked coolant line.
  3. Scheduled Repairs – Recommendations can help you proactively take action on impending failures by noting abnormalities and trends in the coolant system.
  4. Increased Lifecycle Management – Our certified analysts help target shortcomings in equipment operational practices and maintenance procedures.

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Interested in adding coolant analysis to your maintenance program?
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• Checklist For Preventive Coolant Maintenance
• Coolant Guide Chart
• How To Take A Coolant Sample

Coolant Myths: Busted!

Did you know more than 40% of engine failures can be attributed to issues with the cooling system? Coolant analysis is vital to monitoring the health of your engine. It can identify costly problems (such as combustion gas leaks, electrical ground problems, overheating and air leaks) early – saving you both time and money. We’ve heard many myths about coolant, and we’re here to prove them wrong – one by one.

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Resources for Coolant Testing