DETROIT, Mich. — Detroit Diesel has introduced a new off-highway coolant to its popular POWER COOL lineup.
The new off-highway coolants meet all MBE and MTU engine specifications and deliver proven performance in real-life applications, the company claims.
"Cooling-system-related failures are some of most expensive diesel engine repairs and can very often be prevented with proper maintenance," said Daniel Haggerty, product program development manager of DDC. "Installing recommended coolants in engines helps our customers reduce the likelihood that they’ll experience these failures and significantly improves reliability and performance."
He added the products are compatible with the metals and seals found in off-highway cooling systems.
Detroit Diesel now offers three off-highway coolants in North America. They include POWER COOL Off-Highway Coolant; POWER COOL Off-Highway 6000 (a non-nitrite organic inhibitor for use in marine and other water-cooled systems); and POWER COOL Plus Marine (a 30 per cent concentration of antifreeze inhibitors providing limited freeze protection).
The company says each of the products is competitively priced and designed to reduce corrosion and protect cooling system components, thus enhancing engine reliability and performance.
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