Hy-per Cool Radiator Cleaner and Super Flush protects against engine overheating
Many of you made New Year’s resolutions for 2019: eat less, exercise more, stop smoking or other self-improvement goals. Now’s your chance to make sure keeping your vehicle’s radiator healthy in the new year makes the list. Might seem boring, but when your radiator has problems, your life has problems.
Over time, scale deposits and rust can build up in a radiator and can cause the vehicle to perform poorly or overheat, potentially damaging the entire cooling system. You can save hassle and expense by using a radiator flush that can eliminate and prevent this build-up, boost your vehicle’s performance and power, and extend the life of the water pump. It’s all available in one bottle. Literally.
Hy-per Cool™ Radiator Cleaner & Super Flush (p/n HFL400) is the highest-performing radiator cleaner and flush on the market. This professional-grade, proven formula:
- Cleans your entire cooling system
- Removes deposits and coolant gel
- Reduces overall operating temperature and efficacy of cooling system
- Instantly neutralizes acids that cause corrosion
- Helps prevent formulation of scales & deposits
Hy-per Cool Radiator Cleaner & Super Flush can be used in all gasoline and diesel engines. Unlike other flush products, this formula also contains a premium water pump lubricant that protects the pump seal from the abrasive material being cleaned out of the system. The lubricant also protects the water pump bearings if the seal was to fail during the flush procedure. One bottle treats up to 16-quart systems.
It’s not enough to add more water and antifreeze to your radiator as the fluid level decreases. A vehicle’s cooling system should be flushed – cleaned by circulating water and a cleaning agent throughout the engine – periodically to eliminate the dirt, rust and other harmful particles that build up inside the system that can clog your radiator or heater core. Hy-per Cool Radiator Cleaner & Super Flush cleans the entire system in 30 minutes or less, improving performance and protecting against overheating.
Hy-per Lube products are proudly made in the U.S.A., just an hour outside of Detroit, the Motor City.
Proven in racing, off-roading and even harsh-condition daily driving, Hy-per Lube Super Coolant helps engines run up to 25 degrees cooler while boosting performance.
Whether cruising around town or spending a weekend at the track, you need assurance that your coolant will provide the best possible protection from engine overheating. Chance are, if you are reading this, you also care about maximizing performance and keeping heat soak at bay.
Heat is generated in the cylinder head and as temperatures increase, so does the likelihood of pre-ignition and power loss unless ignition timing is retarded. This can also result in overheating and engine damage, unless enough heat is transferred into the coolant, carried to the radiator and then out into the air. That’s where Hy-per Lube Super Coolant comes in.
Hy-per Lube Super Coolant is a track-proven formula that reduces engine cylinder head temperatures to guard against overheating and allows the engine ECU to safely advance ignition timing, which results in maximum power output. It accomplishes this by reducing the surface tension of coolant, allowing it to more deeply penetrate metal surfaces at critical heat transfer areas inside the engine and radiator.
This results in more heat being transferred away from cylinder heads and a reduction in engine operating temperatures. Independent dyno tests prove that Hy-per Lube Super Coolant helps street applications using a 50/50 mix to run 8-10°F cooler, and racing applications using straight water to run up to 25°F cooler. Actual cylinder head temperatures can be reduced by up to 50°F.
But it’s not just for summer – Hy-per Lube Super Coolant also provides faster engine warm-up during cold weather. It is formulated to protect all metals found in cooling systems, including aluminum. Super Coolant provides complete protection from rust, corrosion, and electrolysis. This is particularly important in straight water applications where there is no corrosion protection being provided by the corrosion inhibitors in antifreeze. It is safe for use on all racetracks.
Super Coolant is compatible with all types and all colors of anti-freeze, including Dex-Cool. One bottle treats systems from 12 to 20 quarts.
If you have any questions about Hy-per Lube Super Coolant, leave a comment below, or hit us up on Facebook. We’re happy to help.
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