Antifreeze and coolants protect vehicles from extreme temperatures, prevent engine damage, and prohibit corrosion buildup in radiators. Antifreeze is a primary component of coolant mixtures, it stops liquids from freezing inside a vehicle's cooling system in very cold temperatures. Coolants comprise antifreeze, additives, and water. They are added to radiators to regulate fluids from extreme heat and cold thus preventing engine damage.
Heavy-Duty Truck & Fleet Antifreeze & Coolants
Heavy-duty antifreeze stops liquids from freezing inside cooling systems of large trucks, heavy-duty equipment, and buses in very cold temperatures. It is added to radiators to prevent engine damage and inhibit corrosion. Heavy-duty coolants also contain cavitation inhibitors, which stop bubbles from forming air pockets in the engine fluids.