Australian Company Signs Export Deal To China For Waterless Coolant

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Sydney, NSW, Australia. Liquid Intelligence (http://www.liquidintelligence.com.au) announced today the signing of a contract to supply Liquid Intelligence 115 Super Waterless Coolant to a large Chinese car sales & parts company.

Sydney, NSW, Australia. Liquid Intelligence (http://www.liquidintelligence.com.au) announced today the signing of a contract to supply Liquid Intelligence 115 Super Waterless Coolant to a large Chinese car sales & parts company. The contract was a culmination of a successful two year test marketing campaign in which more than $500,000AUD worth of product was sold into the Chinese market. Although Liquid Intelligence sells mostly to Australia and throughout the world - this contract now makes China its largest single market.

Liquid Intelligence 115 Super Waterless Coolant is a high tech product which solves and prevents the problems of overheating engines. The company also has plans to expand into the Chinese market with their other high end automotive products which include the engine cooling system cleaning kit, oil leak seal expander and blown head gasket repair.

Peter Maher, Liquid Intelligence director and founder, when interviewed stated that "China has an exciting and rapidly growing automotive market and our involvement in rolling out this product includes helping to train the more than one thousand automotive distributors located throughout China. This includes new car dealers as well as bus companies and earthmoving operations. In Northern China, for instance, you have high elevations which means a lower boiling point for radiator coolant. Here Liquid Intelligence 115 has proven itself to prevent radiator boilover especially for large equipment."

Liquid Intelligence manufactures and formulates functional automotive and industrial fluids. Most of those have been brake fluids and coolants but they also provide engine and fuel treatments plus a huge range of specialty chemicals with hundreds of applications.

The Chinese team did exhaustive testing of the product before they agreed to take on the Australian product. Technical and usability tests were carried out at the People's Liberation Army And Oil Equipment Testing Centre, The Siberian Chemical Laboratories, Curtin University in Australia, University Of NSW Australia, Intertech Laboratories in Los Angeles California and Ciba Laboratories California USA.

China is a vast country with climatic extremes ranging from sub-arctic to hot desert conditions. Temperatures can range from as low as -37°C to as much as 48.8°C.

Unlike all traditional coolants, Liquid Intelligence 115 was proven to have an exceptionally low freezing point which suited the sub-zero temperatures found in the north of the country whilst being able to prevent overheating at high altitudes in transport vehicles and heavy earthy moving equipment. Testing also found that there was virtually no corrosion or erosion in vehicles using Liquid Intelligence 115 in their cooling systems.

For more information call Peter Maher on (02) 9700 0880 or visit: http://www.liquidintelligence.com.au

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