Antifreeze is a nitrite, amine and phosphate-free engine coolant concentrate based on ethylene glycol with an additive package based on modern inhibitor technology. It is also suitable for aluminum engines.
Antifreeze is a concentrated coolant and must be diluted with clean water before being used in the cooling system.
It is used in cooling water systems of internal combustion engines as well as solar and hot water systems, provided that the materials used are resistant to ethylene glycol-based products according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
It prevents frost and corrosion damage in the cooling water circuits of internal combustion engines as well as cavitation on pump segments and is particularly low in foam. Inorganic and organic inhibitors are responsible for protecting against corrosion in the cooling system.
When changing, please empty and flush cooling systems, heating systems and expansion tanks. The change intervals for coolant from the respective manufacturer must not be exceeded.
Frost protection until about.
-37 ° C [1: 1]*
-27 ° C [1: 1.5]*
-20 ° C [1: 2]*
*mixing ratio [Concentrate: water]
- Never use coolant concentrate Antifreeze pure, always mix with water.
- Pay attention to the correct preparation water (clean water) according to the manufacturer’s specifications
- Pay attention to the correct mixing ratio
- If in doubt, switch to the ready-mix
- Engine coolants from different technologies should not be mixed together
- Follow the unit manufacturer’s instructions
- The concentration of Antifreeze should never be less than 33% and never more than 60%