|Minimum Order Quantity||500 Kg|
|Type Of Coolant||Concentrate|
|Packaging Size||50kg, 200kg, 1100kg|
|Shelf Life||2 years|
|PH Value||7 - 9 (20% water mixture)|
|Usage/Application||Refrigeration systems, Automotive|
|Features||OAT Based Long Life Inhibitors|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
A suitably diluted solution of coendurol with distilled water can be used forVarious industrial heat exchanger systems Chiller plants Heat transfer Automotive
Coendurol is typically diluted as per requirements. A minimum dilution to 20 is used in application areas. Systems previously used with salt based coolants or chloride rich brines must be thoroughly flushed with water otherwise the corrosion inhibiting effect of the product will be impacted. Any other type of coolant being circulated in the closed circuits should be kept completely separate.Similarly, any system used with coendurol should be thoroughly flushed with water. Any empty systems should be thoroughly inspected before filling with Coendurol -water mixture.
|Minimum Order Quantity||5000 Litre|
|Grade||DOT 3, DOT 4, and DOT 5.1|
|Unit Pack Size||220kg Drum|
|Form||brake fluids based on glycols, glycol ethers and their borate esters|
|Fluid Type||DOT 3, DOT 4 and DOT 5.1|
|Material||brake fluids based on glycols, glycol ethers and their borate esters|
|Model/Grade||DOT 3, DOT 4 and DOT 5.1|
|Boiling Point||DOT 3 (>205C) , DOT 4 (>230C) and DOT 5.1 (>260C)|
All Clariant brake fluids meet and exceed all relevant worldwide norms such as SAE J 1703, SAE J 1704, FMVSS 116 and DIN ISO 4925. OEM requirements set the bar even higher and go beyond these industry standards. Clariant is proud to be approved by various international OEMs. Clariant’s brake fluids are ultimate in quality and reliability. Clariant produces and markets the complete range of brake fluids: DOT 3, DOT 4, and DOT 5.1.
Brake fluids play an especially important role for the safety of a car. Their functionality is to transmit force from the master cylinder hydraulically to the individual wheel cylinders, which force out the brake pads to the brake discs in order to stop the car. During this brake process a bigger part of kinetic energy is transferred into heat, forming temperatures between 400 °C and 600 °C at the brake discs.
In view of mega trends such as increased driving assistance and automated driving, the automotive brake and its fluid will play a key role in driving stability. With the development of increasingly sophisticated brake and assistance systems for passenger cars – such as anti-lock braking systems (ABS) and electronic stability programs (ESP), a broader demand for high-performance brake fluids arose.