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BRAKE FLUID DOT 4

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BRAKE FLUID DOT 4
A heavy duty brake fluid designed to meet          APPLICATION
the needs and demands of both light and
heavy weight vehicles.                             •   Recommended that the brake fluid be
                                                       drained and refilled every 24 months
•   A blend of glycol esters, borate esters,           under average driving conditions.
    corrosion inhibitors and fluid modifiers.      •   Brake fluid must be topped up, filled or
•   Designed to meet the needs of both light           replaced     as    specified     in  the
    and heavy weight vehicles.                         manufacturers’ handbook.
•   Meets the following           performance      •   Do not contaminate brake fluid with
    requirements:                                      dust, water or mineral oil products.

           AS 1960-1983 (Grade 3)                 TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS
           SAE J1703 June ‘91
           FMVSS No. 116 (Dot 4)                         Properties       Unit       Value
           ISO 4925                               SAE Grade                          J1703
                                                   Viscosity @ -40ºC       cSt        1144
                                                   Viscosity @ 100ºC       cSt         2.4
ADVANTAGES                                         Boiling Point            C          279
                                                   pH                                   7.2
•   Compatible with all metals and rubber          Density @ 15ºC          g/mL        1.07
    seals, typically used in automotive
    braking systems
•   An additional safety feature is its ability
    to sustain heavy duty vapour lock
    temperatures throughout its service life
•   May be used for both initial fill and after-
    care markets
•   Suitable for all disc and drum braking
    systems used in average to high
    performance vehicles with high thermal
    load around the braking system




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