Evans Cooling Forms Alliance with South African Firm

Evans Cooling Systems announces it has signed an agreement with Corrosion and Scale Control, located in Cape Town, South Africa.

Evans Waterless Engine Coolants Logo 5 27 2010

Evans Cooling Systems, Inc., building on its global brand of waterless engine coolants, announces an alliance with Corrosion and Scale Control (CSC) in Cape Town, South Africa. With this newly formed alliance, CSC has formed Evans Cooling Systems (Pty) Ltd (Evans SA) to market the Evans range of waterless engine coolants throughout the South African region.

Evans initially developed and patented waterless engine coolants to solve overheating problems in high performance applications. Its recent expansion into the heavy-duty diesel industry and stationary engines has provided fuel saving strategies and increased performance capabilities. Evans coolants also reduce maintenance costs, never need replacement and are environmentally friendly.

Corrosion and Scale Control manufactures and distributes coolants and antifreezes, corrosion inhibitors and other quality products for the automotive, trucking and heavy-duty markets. Its   products have been distributed throughout the South African region for over four decades, and its flagship product, Aqua Clear PX, has been on the market since the 1950’s. The company has always focused on corrosion inhibitors for engines, and Evans’ corrosion free waterless coolant technology provided the natural and logical progression of product development for the future.

Evans SA will market the waterless coolants to automotive, agricultural, mining, construction, manufacturing and trucking fleets in the sub-Saharan region. As one of the largest mining regions in the world, there is a high demand to keep expensive equipment more productive and economical. Evans waterless coolants have proven to reduce downtime, save fuel and keep equipment lasting longer. Evans SA has already experienced a high demand for the technology from these sectors.

In addition, Evans and CSC will be working to assist their customers' efforts in reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.