Evans Waterless Cooling Product Range

Since the 1930's engine coolants have been based on a mixture of Ethylene Glycol (EG), water and corrosion inhibitors. All such mixtures have inherent physical and chemical limitations that restrict engine performance and affect reliability. EVANS Waterless coolants represent a major step forward in engine cooling and engine protection technology.

No Water - No Overheating
Evans Waterless Coolants have a boiling point of 191 degrees Celsius and will not boil over.

No Water - No Corrosion
Water contains oxygen, oxygen allows corrosion. Evans Waterless Coolants eliminate corrosion.

No Water - No pressure
Evans Waterless Coolants allow your cooling system to run at lower pressure, reducing the strain on engine components.

No Water - No Liner Pitting
Evans Waterless Coolants allow your cooling system to run at a lower pressure, reducing the strain on engine components.

No Water - No Scaling
Evans Waterless Coolants prevent the build up of hard water scale that results in inefficient heat transfer.

How does it work?

Traditional water based coolants regularly cross the thermal boundary that separates efficient Nucleate Boiling (A) from inefficient Critical Heat Flux. CHF is synonymous with the condition 'departure from Nucleate Boiling'. When DNB occurs, a layer of steam bubbles form adjacent to the engine hot-spots (B). Steam dissipates to the less than 1/30th of the heat that water does, rapidly over-heating local metal, causing premature detonation. The high boiling point of Evans coolants prevents DNB, providing more efficient cooling in engine hotspots.


Maximise Performance
Evans Waterless Coolants are incompatible to any other engine coolant. Proven to eliminate all problems associated with water based coolants, Evans redefines the boundaries of engine cooling. Not only will Evans improve your cooling system performance it will also protect your engine extending its life and improving reliability.

Other Benefits:

  • Improve Detonation
  • Maximise BHP
  • Eliminate Boilover



1) Remove coolant from all locations including radiator, expansion tank, engine block and heater core.

2) Carefully apply compressed air to blow out the heater circuit. If vehicle is tipped to remove coolant, use wheel chocks. Observe all safety precautions.

3) Fill the system with Evans prep fluid and run the engine until normal operating temperature is reached to ensure that the cooling is as free from water as possible. Drain the Prep Fluid.

4) Close all drain valves and plugs. Fill cooling system with Evans High performance Coolant.

5) Check coolant levels after cool down. Coolant should be at the "cold" line.

Following the above procedure should result in less than 5% water remaining in your system ensuring maximum benefit.

Call us on 031 700-1092 or 031 700-1094 to check availability and to place orders.