Omaha, NE – A new coolant additive that reduces engine operating temperatures by up to 20 degrees F. has been developed by Applied Chemical Specialties, Inc. The maker of HyperKühl SuperCoolant also promises 100% corrosion and electrolysis protection for all metals in a cooling system – particularly high-dollar, sensitive aluminum radiators.
A full launch took place at the recent 2008 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, where it was awarded a 2008 Global Media Award for one of the year’s best new products.
HyperKühl offers an accompanying “SuperFlush” product that allows a cooling system to be fully cleaned and primed prior to use, thereby maximizing temperature reduction and corrosion inhibition.
It outperforms all other coolant additives in ASTM corrosion tests, and has undergone an extreme three year test in a fleet of Ferraris driven daily at high speeds on the German autobahn.
The product was developed using state-of-the-art technology taken from industrial water treatment. It contains materials known as “high cloud point surfactants” that provide maximum temperature reduction, even in the most extreme of conditions. In a high performance or racing application, more effective heat transfer and removal inside engine cylinder heads allows the ECU to safely advance ignition timing, resulting in more horsepower.
Order online at www.hyperkuhl.com.
For more information contact Applied Chemical Specialties, Incorporated, P.O. Box 241597, Omaha, NE 68124; phone: (847) 477-9262; fax: (402) 390-9262; Email: info@HyperKuhl.com