A cooling system has a direct effect on the operation and service life of an engine.
An estimated 50% of all engine failures or poor performance incidents are associated with cooling system problems.
Our Coolant Analysis Program is designed to verify the proper chemistry of your coolant, diagnose the condition of your cooling system and allow you to correct problems before costly failures occur.
A regular schedule of coolant sampling:
- Verifies the proper chemistry of your coolant.
- Diagnoses the condition of your cooling system.
- Allows you to correct coolant or cooling system problems before costly failures occur.
This involves an extensive chemical evaluation of the coolant.
We measure Percent Glycol to calculate Boiling Point and Freezing Points.
Quantify additives like nitrite, phosphate, borate and silicate to determine if coolant still has protective properties.
Identifies foreign impurities and gives the overall condition of the coolant and cooling system.
Check for contamination to determine if anything harmful has entered such as the presence of oil or fuel.
Monitor Chloride and Sulfate to ensure quality water source is used.
COOLING SYSTEM HEALTH
Results are interpreted to reveal any major problems or predict future failures and provide recommendations.
Analyze for erosion and corrosion through elemental analysis of Iron, Aluminium, Copper, Lead, Tin and Zinc.
Look for signs of overheating, stray electrical currents and exhaust gas entry.
For example metal corrosion, caused by acidified coolant, due to combustion gas entry, needs immediate repair.