Prestone Command featuring Colin Dilley at HDAW 2016

Prestone Products Corporation is excited to announce that internationally renowned antifreeze/coolant (AF/C) authority Colin Dilley will be at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week 2016 to answer questions and share perspective around the future of AF/C. The event runs January 25-28 at The Mirage in Las Vegas NV.

Dilley, vice-president of technology for Prestone Products Corporation, will be joined by the Prestone team as they present the Prestone Command family of heavy duty products.

“The Prestone Command product line has established Prestone as the foremost provider of complete solutions for heavy duty cooling systems,” said Mike Henning, Prestone marketing manager, heavy duty. “We are really excited to have the chance to return to HDAW ’16 and to personally interact with many of our closest industry partners, especially those who have helped make Prestone Command a leading—and growing—brand in the heavy duty marketplace.”

Visitors to Booth 1015 will be able to learn more about Prestone Command’s complete solution, which includes:

• Nitrite-free extended life organic acid technology (OAT) AF/C

• Award-winning extended life (NOAT) and extended service (fully formulated) AF/C

• Supplemental coolant additive (SCA) and extender liquid coolant additive

• Test kits, test strips, refractometers

• Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF)

The Prestone Command family of products are specifically designed to help keep heavy duty engines worry-free and operating at their optimum level. Prestone Command products have been carefully designed and formulated to uphold the guidelines defined by the American Trucking Association’s Technology and Maintenance Council’s (TMC) Recommended Practices.

For more on Prestone Command products, please visit www.prestonecommand.com.

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