All water-cooled car and boat engines need coolant so as not to overheat while running. The coolant helps the engine regulate heat and protects against frost. In addition, the coolant protects the cooling system from corrosion.
Coolant must be topped up and completely replaced on a regular basis.
The vast majority of coolants are based on ethylene glycol with the exception of our product P-Glycol. P-Glycol is based on propylene glycol and is recommended for boat engines and applications with a higher risk of leakage into the environment. In addition to ethylene or propylene glycol, the coolant contains inhibitors that protect the engine from corrosion.
Coolant must be topped up and completely replaced on a regular basis. How often you should change the coolant is indicated on the glycol label and data sheet. The vehicle owner’s manual contains information about when to replace the coolant and what type of coolant to use.
Premixed coolants are ready to use. Concentrated coolants are diluted with deionized water to obtain the desired antifreeze, mixing information can be found under the respective glycol variant. We recommend Kemetyl’s Battery Water for deionized water.
Here you can find the SDS’s for Dutch private label products. For our other products, we would like to refer you to the country-specific websites.
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