Coolant Testing: 5 Reasons to Start Now

Emily Featherston
Emily Featherston | Product Application Specialist, POLARIS Laboratories


Have you lost an engine and wish you could have caught the problem before the point of no return? What if you could determine the root cause all together and stop future failures? Participating in coolant testing can do exactly that. Testing your system’s coolant, along with the lubricant, provides the complete picture of what’s going on and can identify potential catastrophic engine failures.


Attend this webinar, presented by Product Application Specialist, Emily Featherston, and learn five reasons why you need to test your coolant, how often you should be testing, how to incorporate coolant testing into your maintenance program and more.

Learning Takeaways:

  1. What benefits coolant testing can have on your maintenance
  2. Importance of knowing your fluids acceptable pH level and specifications
  3. How corrosion protection inhibitors can affect your cooling system
  4. How to effectively identify contamination in your system


Emily Featherston is a Product Application Specialist with POLARIS Laboratories®. She has been with the company for more than 16 years. Emily specializes in coolant analysis, interpreting sample test results and the importance of coupling coolant with lubricant testing. Emily received her bachelor of science degree from Ball State University. Emily is OMA I certified by STLE and continuously attends ASTM D15 Engine Coolants, Technology & Maintenance Council, TMC and STLE to further her knowledge in the industry.

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