Conventional Coolants

What is ‘Conventional Coolant’ technology?

Conventional (traditional) coolant technology was the first type of coolant technology developed and is based upon the inclusion of inorganic salts (silicates, borates and phosphates).

Recochem ‘Conventional Coolant’ Performance Ratings

  • Standards Compliance: ALL Recochem coolant products meet and/ or exceed minimum industry standards.
  • Corrosion Protection: Rating Rating Rating Rating
  • Service Life: 3 Years and/ or 100,000 km.

Why was ‘Conventional Coolant’ developed?

Whilst water is an effective ‘heat transfer fluid’ it is extremely corrosive. Developments confirmed an ‘anti-corrosive inhibitor package’ which offered total engine protection for the wider spectrum of coolants was required.

Typical Users

Passenger vehicles, 4WD’s and light duty commercial vehicles (petrol and diesel).

Why use ‘Conventional Coolant’ technology?

  • Cost effective.
  • Strong performance when used correctly – a good work horse formulation.
  • Meets OEM engine coolant performance specifications.

Key Features

  • Total Service Life: 3 years and/ or 100,000 km when used correctly.
  • Provides anti-freeze and anti-boil protection.
  • Meets industry standards.
  • Aluminium compatible.
  • Universal fully formulated coolant suitable for all passenger cars, 4WD’s and light duty commercial vehicles (petrol and diesel).
  • Characterised by high pH (10-11) and high reserve alkalinity.
  • Has a comparatively shorter service life than ‘Organic Additive’ or ‘Hybrid’ technologies.
  • Incompatible with ‘Organic Additive’ technology.

Conventional Coolants are available in both CONCENTRATE and READY TO USE formulations.

Enquiries for formulation and/ or Private Labelling can be requested using the Contact form on this website.

   

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