SEDL / STP / STP1335-EB
The most current information on engine coolant technologies and testing requirements. 25 papers from the world's leading scientists in the field are divided among the following major categories:
Organic acid inhibition technology research covering an impressive sampling of organic preparations;
State-of-the-art test methods on a wide range of metals and other surfaces;
special requirements involved with heavy-duty coolant technology
Developments in the growing field of engine coolant recycling technology;
New procedures and proposed alterations in engine coolant characteristics and quality improvement
and improved efficient engine coolant service and disposal.
An invaluable resource for automotive and trucking manufacturers, vehicle service operators, municipal fleet managers, coolant formulators and manufacturers, and oil and chemical companies.
Table of Contents
Testing of Organic Acids in Engine Coolants
Composition of Incipient Passivating Layers on Heat-Rejecting Aluminum in Carboxylate- and Silicate-Inhibited Coolants: Correlation with ASTM D 4340 Weight Losses
Militello M., Moylan T., Simko S., Wagner F.
Fleet Test Evaluation of Fully Formulated Heavy-Duty Coolant Technology Maintained with a Delayed-Release Filter Compared with Coolant Inhibited with a Nitrited Organic Acid Technology: An Interim Report
Aroyan S., Eaton E.
Engine Coolant Technology, Performance, and Life for Light-Duty Applications
Listebarger J., Lockwood F., Meszaros L., Pfitzner K., Turcotte D.
Copper-Triazole Interaction and Coolant Inhibitor Depletion
Bartley L., Fritz P., Pellet R., Taylor S., Van de Ven P.
Corrosion and Testing of Engine Coolants
Predictive Tools for Coolant Development: An Accelerated Aging Procedure for Modeling Fleet Test Results
Gershun A., Mercer W.
Rapid Electrochemical Screening of Engine Coolants. Correlation of Electrochemical Potentiometric Measurements with ASTM D 1384 Glassware Corrosion Test
Doucet G., Jackson J., Kriegel O., Passwater D., Prieto N.
Long-Term Serviceability of Elastomers in Modern Engine Coolants
Bussem H., Farinella A., Hertz D.
Engine Coolant Compatibility with the Nonmetals Found in Automotive Cooling Systems
Greaney J., Smith R.
Influence of Engine Coolant Composition on the Electrochemical Degradation Behavior of EPDM Radiator Hoses
Lievens S., Maes J., Vroomen G.
Assessment of the Validity of Conductivity as an Estimate of Total Dissolved Solids in Heavy-Duty Coolants
Scale and Deposits in High-Heat-Rejection Engines
Chen Y., Corbeels C., Hudgens R., Kershisnik E., Zehr R.
Overview of Used Antifreeze and Industrial Glycol Recycling by Vacuum Distillation
Chan K., Frye D., Pourhassanian C.
Recycling Used Engine Coolant Using High-volume Stationary, Multiple Technology Equipment
Eaton E., Haddock M.
Development of Mobile, On-Site Engine Coolant Recycling Utilizing Reverse-Osmosis Technology
Eaton E., Kughn W.
Heavy-duty Fleet Test Evaluation Of Recycled Engine Coolant
Frost R., Woyciesjes P.
Evaluation of Engine Coolant Recycling Processes: Part 2
Methods and Equipment for Engine Coolant Testing
Beal R., McCracken S.
Silicate Stabilization Studies in Propylene Glycol
Antifreeze: From Glycol to a Bottle on the Shelf—Manufacturing and Quality Control Considerations
Couch M., Starkey J.
Extended Service of “Fully Formulated” Heavy-Duty Antifreeze in American Cars
Eaton E., Eaton H.
Fleet Test Evaluations of an Automotive and Medium-Duty Truck Coolant Filter Conditioner
Overview of Engine Coolant Testing in Europe with Particular Regard to Its Development in Germany
Development of an Extended-Service Coolant Filter
Hudgens R., Mitchell W.
Paper ID: STP1335-EB
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