Published: Jan 1986
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This paper deals with the use of supplemental coolant additives (SCAs) for the protection of heavy-duty diesel cooling systems. The unique needs of heavy-duty diesel are discussed as well as the special demands made upon the coolant by heavy-duty service. Developmental considerations for heavy-duty SCAs are given and new and modified test methods are proposed for their evaluation.
heavy-duty diesel, supplemental coolant additive (SCA), antifreeze coolant, additive depletion, coolant contamination, coolant degradation, foaming, corrosion, erosion corrosion, cavitation corrosion, heat transfer surface scaling and fouling, elastomer, compatibility
Senior chemist, Fleetguard Inc., Cookeville, TN
Technical advisor, Cummins Engine Co., Technical Center, Columbus, IN