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Fleetcool Recycled Coolant Promotes A Cleaner, Healthier and Safer Environment!

Toxic and harmful components can enter the environment during disposal of used antifreeze. Though some components in used antifreeze are not harmful, others are harmful to the environment such as glycol, soluble salts, oil, dye, heavy metals and trace hydrocarbons. When used, coolant is also contaminated with lead and benzene from vehicle engines. Cummins Filtration Recycled Coolant is a solution to this growing environmental issue. It reduces disposal of these harmful components and keeps them from entering the environment. Recycled Coolant also reduces the burden on natural resources, eliminating the need to manufacture glycol from petroleum and natural gas.
Benefits of Recycled Coolant
  • Prevents harmful chemical components from entering the environment
  • Improves water pump life
  • Compatible with new antifreezes
  • Suitable for all diesel, gasoline, and natural gas engines
  • Fleetcool™ Recycled Coolant provides same liner pitting protection as new antifreeze
HEED™ Technology Ensures Purest Product on the Market
Cummins Filtration Recycled Coolant is manufactured using proprietary High Efficiency Electrodialysis (HEED™) technology, which removes dissolved minerals away from water rather than the reverse, setting it apart from evaporative techniques and other membrane-based processes. During the process, chlorides are reduced from hard water, making it as pure, or purer than virgin antifreeze product. Cummins Filtration Recycled Coolant contains corrosion inhibitors that meet nationally recognized performance standards established by the American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).

Order Fleetcool™ Recycled Coolant today and start protecting your engine's cooling system AND the environment!


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