Our P & Q Solutions Engine Cooling System Kits have been developed for use in a variety of cooling systems, inclusive of industrial generators. The combination of chemicals used is compatible on different metals.
Originally developed for a renowned global vehicle manufacturer, for use in their generators, P & Q Solutions now has the ability to offer this eco-friendly solution to the public as a cost-effective alternative to harmful chemicals.
The Brumac Engine Cooling System Cleaning Kit has been proven to minimise downtime and loss of operational and manufacturing time. The stripping and repairing process normally associated with a blocked and/or overheating cooling system can take up to five days. Our Kits reduce downtime to only 3 to 4 hours!
The Kits consists of two parts, namely;
- Part 1, which does the cleaning of cooling systems, and
- Part 2, which neutralises Part 1 after cleaning the cooling system.
Part 1 of the Brumac Engine Cooling System Cleaning Kit has been developed to clean all the parts of the cooling system, such as the radiator, the head and the body of the engine, the thermostat and housing, rubber pipes, as well as any part that has been included in the cooling system.
Considering the many different metals in the cooling system, Brumac has been developed to ensure that there aren’t any chemical interactions between the different metals in the formation of “voltaic cells”. Subsequently, there will not be any deposition of metals from one type to any of the other types of metals present in the cooling system.
The Brumac Engine Cooling System Kit boasts seven different raw materials, each included in the formulation to ensure effective cleaning. These materials guarantee:
- Removal of build-up causing blockages.
- Removal of oxidation of metal parts, such as rust, copper corrosion, brass corrosion, nickel and alloys. It also cleans rubber and plastic parts!
As with all of P & Q Solutions’ products, the Brumac Engine Cooling System Cleaning Kit, is friendly to the environment. It is acidic, but once diluted down to the concentration required, it does not harm the microbes, plants and trees, or the nutritional value of the sand or soil where it has been discarded. It is, however, required by legislation to be dumped into effluent that is treated in water purification plants.