COOLANT M5.0 READY TO USE
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COOLANT M5.0

COOLANT M5.0 Ready to use is a coolant based on ethylene glycol which is nitrite-, phosphate- and amine-free. It meets the requirements of various manufacturers of high-performance engines. In addition to outstanding antifreeze protection, this coolant offers excellent year-round corrosion protection for all metals and alloys used in the cooling systems of combustion engines.

Technical details

Field of application

In petrol and diesel engines made from cast iron, aluminium or a combination of both metals. COOLANT M5.0 can also be used in cooling systems made of aluminium or copper alloys.

Safety & Performance

  • BMW GS 94000 / N600 69.0
  • CUMMINS 85T8-2
  • DAF 74001
  • DEUTZ DQC CA-14
  • FIAT 9.55523
  • FORD ESD-M97B49-A
  • IVECO 18-1830 Ref.N°I002.C00
  • LIEBHERR LH-00-COL3A
  • MAN 324 NF
  • MB 326.0
  • MB 326.2
  • MOPAR MS-7170
  • MTU 5048
  • VW G 11 / TL 774-C
  • BS 6580
  • AFNOR NFR 15-601
  • ASTM D3306
  • ASTM D4985
  • SAE J1034

Sizes

  • 1l
  • 4l
  • 25l
  • 60l
  • 200l

Notes

Please observe the manufacturer's instructions.

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Advantage

  • good corrosion protection for metals and alloys in the cooling system
  • good compatibility with commercially available elastomers and plastics
  • nitrite-, phosphate- and amine-free
  • high chemical stability
  • recommended usage duration 3 years

Application

To make sure you can enjoy the unique advantages of COOLANT M5.0 Ready to use, mixing with other coolants is not recommended.

Dosage

COOLANT M5.0 Ready to use protects the system at temperatures as low as -38°C.

Remarks

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What are biodegradable lubricants?

This means the biochemical decomposition of organic chemical compounds accelerated by microorganisms. Microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, protozoa, etc. bring about biological degradation through what is termed bio-oxidation. This occurs in several stages, producing CO2, water, protein cell material and multiplication of micro-organisms.

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