Rislone Head Gasket Fix

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Updated: January 17, 2019

Rislone Block Seal Permanent Head Gasket Fix is the easiaves you time, and your customer money.

The extreme heat in the combustion chamber works as a catalyst to permanently harden the material and make it stronger than the original head gasket itself. If you wait too long to repair a head gasket leak you will eventually need a head gasket replacement which is usually over a thousand dollars, a mechanic will have to remove the head of the engine and replace the gasket. Common signs of a leaking head gasket include, coolant puddles under your vehicle, low coolant level in your reservoi

est solution to stop head gasket leaks!

Once you have determined you’re dealing with a head gasket leak, look to Rislone Block Seal Permanent Head Gasket Fix as an alternative service option to get your customer back on the road faster. Rislone Block Seal Permanent Head Gasket Fix is a patent pending formulation made up of antifreeze compatible sodium silicate sealing liquid and various gasket sealing particles which penetrate gaps and cracks and hardens permanently to stop leaks. Rislone Block Seal Permanent Head Gasket Fix sr, a pungent ‘sweet’ smell when your engine is hot, and white smoke from your exhaust.

Rislone Block Seal Permanent Head Gasket Fix is easy to use, simply pour the product into the cooling system and follow the idling instructions, no draining of the system is required prior or after installation. The product is effective at repairing head gasket leaks in vehicles that can idle for at least 15 minutes without over-heating, or losing copious amounts of coolant. Rislone Block Seal Permanent Head Gasket Fix can be used on ALL water-cooled petrol and diesel engines, its heavy duty formula works on aluminium and cast iron heads and blocks, along with sealing all other engine cooling system leaks better than a traditional stop leak. This includes repairing head gaskets, cylinder heads, intake gaskets, cracked blocks and freeze plugs. Use with ALL types of antifreeze including conventional green or blue (Silicate-Based) and extended life red/orange or yellow (OAT/HOAT) coolant.

Head gasket leaks can quickly become a major problem, the earlier you catch it, the better. While driving at the first sign of a head gasket leak won’t damage your engine, the fact is it’s only a matter of time before a head gasket will completely fail and you will end up with copious amounts of coolant in your combustion chambers or on the ground under your car. The longer you drive with a head gasket leak, the more you risk severe damage, and the only solution will be to have the head gasket replaced. If your head gasket decides to blow while you’re driving at speed, your engine may over head or seize, which causes a whole heap more problems.

Head gaskets fail for several reasons, and many of these are unavoidable. Every time your cylinders fire, it creates a huge amount of energy and pressure, over time these forces stress the head gasket and can eventually lead to cracks and leaks. Your engine creates extreme heat and the difference in thermal expansion between the engine block and head mean that the head gasket is subjected to high thermal and mechanical stresses that slowly wear the gasket down. The engine is prone to vibration through normal operation and driving, head bolts which keep the head gasket clamped between the head and block can start to weaken, stretch or break, which in turn can cause the head gasket to fail. Running a vehicle with a low coolant level, can cause the car to overheat, and in turn can cause the head gasket to over expand resulting in a blown head gasket.

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