Engine coolant, also known as antifreeze, is designed to carry heat away from the engine to the front of the car. The following two reports analyze the vehicle coolant market, revealing historic and future prospective scenarios for the market.
Overheating is one of the most common causes of engine failure in modern-day cars, trucks and other automobiles. When an engine's temperature exceeds the limit for which it is rated, the metal will expand to create leakages of combustion gasses or fluids.
Coolant, however, protects against such damage by regulating an engine's temperature and keeping it within a safe range.
While the exact temperature specifications vary depending on the vehicle and automaker's specifications, most modern-day cars and trucks are designed to run at 195 degrees to 220 degrees Fahrenheit.
The process of burning air and fuel to create combustion can quickly raise engine temperatures beyond this limit. Therefore, vehicles are equipped with a cooling system in which coolant flows through the engine and to the radiator.
In a typical cooling system, coolant is pumped through the engine where it picks up heat before ending up at the radiator. Here, the radiator fans release heat from the coolant, after which the cool coolant travels back into the engine to repeat the process.
Coolant technically consists of a combination of distilled water and antifreeze. Distilled water must be used, as tap water contains minerals and impurities that can harm a vehicle's engine.
For the antifreeze, either ethylene glycol or propylene glycol is used, both of which prevent the coolant from freezing in sub-freezing temperatures. Some countries, however, have laws regulating the production of coolant.
The Global Vehicle Coolant Sales Market 2018 report by The Market Reports is a professional study of the global vehicle coolant market. Prepared using historical data and market projections, it provides detailed insight into the market.
Whether you work in the coolant industry or simply use the product to keep your car running, you should consider buying this report.
Some of the key automotive coolant vendors profiled in this report include Castrol, Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell, Sinopec, Total, China National Bluestar (Group), Kost Usa, Indian Oil, S-Cci, American Manufacturing, The China National Bluestar (Group) Co, Ltd, Guangdong Delian Group and others.
The Global Automotive Coolant Industry Market Research report by The Market Reports is a second study of the global vehicle coolant market. Featuring 168 pages while covering both current and future prospective scenarios, it offers an in-depth look at the market and where it's headed.
Within this report, you'll find key data on the vehicle coolant market's size, classifications, growth rate, challenges, import and export consumption and more.
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