How long does it take to flush a cooler?
On the average most coolers are clean within an hour, it can be as little as 15 minutes or up to a couple hours. The point is, you decide because you're going to see all the debris as it's coming out. Debris that you never realized was in the cooler!
Do I have to change the fluid in the machine every time I flush a vehicle?
No. On average you'll change the fluid (2 gallons) after 50 to 60 flushes. By filtering through the 28 micron checkable screen and the 10 micron reservoir filter, the fluid stays clean.
How often do I have to change filters on the machine?
The reservoir filter can be changed monthly, the 28 micron screen will last several years with proper use.
How do I know when the cooler is clean?
By flushing, checking & cleaning the screen until it stays clean after flushing.
Do I have to preheat the oil?
No. The flushing process begins as soon as the machine is turned on. As the oil heats up, the cooler expands, releasing debris.
How long does it take to heat up?
On average about 15 minutes.
How do I flush vehicles with a check ball?
In order to utilize the patented flushing process, you must bypass the check ball (drain back valve) when flushing
Heavy duty cooling systems are often recommended to be tested at intervals for necessary preventative maintenance.
A new oil cooler can cost the customer thousands of dollars, not to mention the hours it will take you to replace it. Furthermore, new OEM coolers have contaminating particles in them from the manufacturing process.