Approx Price: Rs 135 /Piece
MC-RIX Heavy Duty Cooling system cleaner maximizes cooling system efficiency by removing out all the contamination like harmful rust deposits, grease, and oily residue without harmful the metal surfaces, gaskets, hoses and plastic parts of cooling system.
MC-RIX Heavy-Duty Cooling system Cleaner works quickly and effectively to solve cooling system problems, saving cost intensive downtime. Can be used for all types of Copper, Brass, Aluminium Radiators.
1. It keeps your radiator running more effeciently & Running Longer.
2. It prevents rust and corrosion in the radiator and all metal parts of the engine, heater core and water lines.
3. It will boosts vehicle's performance, lubricates water pump and heater core.
4. It prevents corrosion, Thus prevent from expensive repairs.
5. Reduces the chances of blown head gaskets in your engine block.
6. Helps in prevention summer radiator boil-overs.
1. Ensure the engine is completely cool. You will not be able to work otherwise. The engine is coolest when it has not been operated for at least two hours. This step is vitally important as coolant in a recently-used engine can be extremely hot and can cause injury if it comes in contact with your skin.
2. Jack up the front of the car. While not strictly necessary, raising the front of you car makes it easier to work underneath the radiator and helps eliminate air bubbles from your coolant when you flush the radiator
3. Raise the hood and locate the radiator. The radiator is usually near the front of the car next to the engine. Clean the metal slats on the front and back of the radiator that allow air to move throughout (otherwise known as fins) with soapy water and a nylon brush. Brush in the direction of the radiator fins to remove dirt and grim (not against -- this may cause damage the fins). It may not be possible to clean the slats, as the A/C condenser is sometimes mounted in front of the radiator, blocking the slats.
4. Ensure the existing radiator works properly and is in good working order. Look for large patches of rust, corrosion, or leaky pipes and hoses. If, for example, you can smell antifreeze while driving, you may need to take you car in for a larger fix than simply flushing
5. Center a drainage pan underneath the radiator's drainage valve, or petcock. Petcock's come in various shapes and sizes, but they are all small plugs that you can pull out to drain away fluid. Put a pan underneath the petcock to catch all of the fluid when you drain it.
6. Drain the radiator by pulling out the petcock. Make sure you are wearing work gloves for this step as radiator coolant is toxic. Once you have drained the coolant, put a lid on your drainage pan and set aside.
7. Flush the radiator with water. Draining your radiator will only remove above 40-50% of your old coolant, so you need to flush it with water to get the rest out
8. Add new coolant up to the fill line. An ideal coolant consists of 50% distilled water and 50% antifreeze. Combine the two ingredients together in a large bucket before pouring them into the radiator.
9. Bleed the radiator of any air pockets. Take off the radiator cap to allow the air to escape, then turn the Engine on. Leave it running for 15 minutes with the heater turned on, allowing all air voids to exit the radiator. This will make more room for coolant, so be sure to add more coolant up to the fill line again.
MC Rix Industries
Plot No. 1/A, Survey No. 233, Varsana Kutch District,
Gandhidham-370201, Gujarat, India