Cooling and Boiler Water

Engine cooling systems contain carefully blended additives that prevent scale deposits and corrosion of engine waterways. It is very important that the concentration of the additives is maintained at the correct level for optimum protection.

SHIPSAVE® Cooling and Boiling Water Tests

A cooling system is subject to

  • pitting

  • corrosion

  • cavitations

  • erosion

  • electrolysis

Engine cooling systems contain carefully blended additives that prevent scale deposits and corrosion of engine waterways. It is very important that the concentration of the additives is maintained at the correct level for optimum protection.

Glysacorr Option

To measure Chloride in cooling water treated with the corrosion inhibitor Glysacorr G-93/94 the standard Chloride test, also from other suppliers, will not work. To specifically serve our customers using Glysacorr G-93/94 as additive, the new Glysacorr Chloride Test Kit has been developed.


To measure the level of Glycol in cooling water CMT also provides a Glycol Refractometer. The refractometer allows easy tests of the level for Propylene and Ethylene Glycol up to 70% securing a protection down to -50°C.