KOOL-IT Helps Technicians Identify Radiator Electrolysis Problems
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KOOL-IT Helps Technicians Identify Radiator Electrolysis Problems

The patented KOOL-IT Electrolysis Indicator (P/N 96000) is the easiest way to test and determine if electrical electrolysis is present. Electrical electrolysis is by far the most destructive type and is caused by faulty electrical components that deliver stray current (more than 0.3 volts) through the cooling system.

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The patented KOOL-IT Electrolysis Indicator (P/N 96000) is the easiest way to test and determine if electrical electrolysis is present. Electrical electrolysis is by far the most destructive type and is caused by faulty electrical components that deliver stray current (more than 0.3 volts) through the cooling system. Simple to use, the Kool-It Electrolysis Indicator is equipped with a red and a green light. The green light indicates that the coolant has an acceptable range of electrolysis and no action is needed. The red light indicates damaging stray current is present and troubleshooting steps using this tool to find the source are required.

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The ultimate protection for all metals from chemical electrolysis is KOOL-IT Supreme Radiator Treatment (P/N 96001). It forms a passive, non-reactive, molecular surface film that prevents damage and corrosion to metals caused by chemical electrolysis, which if untreated can cause radiator leaks.

With the combination of Kool-It Electrolysis Indicator and Kool-It Supreme Coolant Treatment, you can solve 100 percent of all electrolysis problems!

For more information on KOOL-IT, LUBEGARD, Dr. Tranny, SQUEAK RELIEF or PRO II 9000 products, call 800-333-LUBE (5823) or visit www.Lubegard.com.

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