Arteco launches a coolant for electric vehicles

Arteco a joint venture company of Chevron and TotalEnergies, has announced the launch of Freecor® EV Multi 10, a new EV-coolant specifically designed as a multifunctional coolant for the cooling of e-Motors, power electronics, batteries and all other components in both full electric and hybrid vehicles.

This coolant provides all round protection for all parts of the EV thermal management system. It also protects the battery cooling plates, power electronic heat sinks and the combustion engine in hybrid applications. Furthermore, Freecor® EV Multi 10 prevents seal wear, leakage and noise issues with e-Motors and it is compatible with other typical automotive parts.

“With Freecor® EV Multi 10, we are paving the way for a more sustainable and efficient future of mobility. This latest addition completes Arteco’s comprehensive line-up of e-coolants, offering our customers a versatile and reliable solution that meets the thermal management needs of both full electric and hybrid vehicles” says Alexandre Moireau, General Manager of Arteco.

The coolant is sold in 1,2,5 and 20 litres, in a drum, a flexi bag and in bulk.

Arteco was formed in 1998 and it develops, produces and markets engine coolants, heat transfer fluids and corrosion inhibitors for a wide range of industries. In 2009, Arteco’s geographical scope grew beyond Europe to include Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and currently has offices in Belgium, China, India and Japan. In December 2016, Arteco became a “stand-alone” organisation. In its new structure, Arteco remains 50/50 JV between Chevron and TotalEnergies.