Hot-Country Radiator Coolant
- Superior performance in a great number of internal-combustion engine cooling circuits. Is equally efficient if cooling circuits have aluminium and/or copper parts. Do not use in cooling circuits if the vehicle manufacturer proscribes silicates.
- Recommended for situations which do not require high antifreeze protection (– 7°C), but which require high heat transfers and the protection of the whole system from corrosion, thanks to the passive action of the additives on metals.
- Heat steady, the coolant use prevents from strong minerals formation and keeps fluid properties.
In accordance with n°95-326 (20 March 1995) Decree about sales of products with monoethylene-glycol, this product contains an embiterring agent for added safety against accidental ingestion by children or users.
|Density (15°C)||ASTM D1122||kg/m3||1025|
|Freezing point||ASTM D 1177||°C||-7.7|
|Alkalinity||ASTM D 1121||Ml HC1 0.1 M||21.7|
|pH||ASTM D 1287||pH measures||8.8|
- Switch the passenger-compartment heating knob to maximum.
- Drain the cooling circuit and rinse it well to flush any deposits that may have built up.
- Check the circuit’s gaskets and radiator hoses are watertight.
- Replace any defective gaskets or hoses (permanent liquids have a higher wetting power than water, so they seep into cracks more easily).
- Fill the circuit with TOTAL coolant.
- Start the engine and let it run for a few minutes to make sure the coolant reaches and fills the upper areas in the circuit (read your maintenance handbook for more about this).
- Top up as required.
- You should not have to top up your cooling circuit after this. If you do, check your circuit for leaks.
- Ready-to-use aqueous solution with mono-ethylene-glycol and foam-inhibiting and corrosion-inhibiting additives.
- Contains no nitrites, phosphates or amines.