My son and I operate a hay brokerage and trucking company in south central Idaho. A few years ago, we were hauling straw out of the Idaho Falls area (eastern Idaho) during a particularly harsh, cold winter.
During this process it occurred to us that we had 2 trucks idling with roughly 10 gallons of 190-degree coolant in them. Could this hot coolant be transferred to a cold motor? The idea had merit and we built our first prototype.
We have worked with several concepts and are delighted to share our one-valve patented system with the rest of the cold-climate world. It is simple, reliable, and absolutely dependable. We are in production and are very proud of the ColdFire Engine Starting System. We sincerely hope that it makes your cold-weather starts a great deal easier for you, your employees and for your equipment.