No, antifreezes differ not only in color. Antifreeze is produced using ethylene glycol or propylene glycol. Manufacturers of antifreeze use a number of different packages of corrosion inhibitors. Antifreeze can be the same color, but use different packages of inhibitors.
Using plenty of water or antifreeze can harm your car. Antifreeze concentrations in excess of the recommended levels can cause problems, including corrosion, failure of the water pump, and increased engine wear.
You should always follow the recommendations of the car or engine manufacturer regarding antifreeze replacement intervals and cooling system maintenance.
The color of the coolant does not confirm the type or quality of the product. The best way would be to drain and rinse the system and top it with the recommended type of coolant with the correct dilution level.
Buy the coolant recommended by the vehicle manufacturer. Pure coolant concentrate should not be used in the cooling system; it is only suitable for the preparation of antifreeze. The manufacturer indicates how to prepare the coolant to obtain the correct freezing temperature.
The exclusive development of MÜLLERÖL Vertriebs-GmbH - PureProtec's adaptive additive package allows antifreeze to remain unchanged throughout its life. The additives stabilize the heat carrier's resources and thus increase the time to complete antifreeze replacement.
Often, many types of hydraulic oils are made by the purification of base oils, which in turn are the product of processing conventional oil fractions. In the manufacture of hydraulic oils, various additional additives, called functional additives, are used.
When selecting hydraulic oil, be sure to check the manufacturer's recommendations: requirements for specifications or approvals of the original equipment manufacturers, viscosity class, information on the recommended products of different manufacturers (from the instruction manual), type of lubrican
Replenishment cannot compensate for irreversible changes occurring in an aging fluid. The boiling point drops. The chemical composition changes. The effect of corrosion inhibitors is worsening. The top-up can be used for a fault when it causes the brake fluid to leak.
In principle, the various brake fluids can be mixed, but provided that they have a glycol base (this must be indicated on the label). If the base is different or not indicated on the label, it is not recommended to mix, as liquids may be incompatible.
As a rule, it is recommended to change the brake fluid once a year or every two years. Of course, this is also highly dependent on driving and mileage. The reason is that the brake fluid is very hygroscopic, which means that it tends to absorb water.
Automatic transmissions use a special type of oil called automatic transmission fluid, or ATF. This fluid has a number of functions in the transmission, including lubrication, clutch cooling.
Automatic transmission is a type of vehicle transmission that can automatically change gears when the vehicle is moving, relieving the driver of the need to change gears manually.
protection of friction surfaces from wear, jamming and other damage. minimize friction energy losses. heat removal from friction surfaces. reduction of noise and vibration of gear wheels, reduction of shock loads.
Some semi-synthetic oils can be mixed with mineral oil, but problems can occur. Although mineral and semi-synthetic oils are generally well-combined, additive compatibility should be checked.
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