What is coolant?

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What is coolant?

A coolant is a substance, typically liquid, that is used to reduce or regulate the temperature in the engine.

What will happen if we use a wrong coolant?

When mixed together they can form a thick, jelly-like substance that can completely stop all coolant flow which can lead to overheating. As the coolant stops flowing, other problems can occur as well such as happens with radiators, water jackets, and even heater cores. The water pump may overheat and stop working.

Does coolant help AC?

The cooling system uses coolant to do this. Coolant is a 50/50 mixture of water and antifreeze. When you start your engine, a water pump circulates the coolant through the engine and radiator. The other function of the cooling system is to provide heat for the car's cabin.

What are the benefits of these products?

Coolant Ready Mix RAF 12 PLUS and Liqui Moly Radiator Antifreeze KFS11:

Why we should use Liqui Moly Ready Mix RAF 12 PLUS and Liqui Moly Radiator Antifreeze KFS11?

First of all, Ready Mix RAF 12 plus contains no amines, nitrites, phosphates or silicates. It excellent cleaning effect and provides outstanding protection against overheating. Ready-to-use mixture based on ethylene glycol featuring a sophisticated inhibitor package (OAT technology) developed specifically for advanced aluminium high-performance engines. The product is free from amines, nitrites, phosphates and silicate and provides superior protection against freezing, corrosion and overheating. This results in reliable vehicle operation throughout the entire year.

Radiator Antifreeze KFS11 provide a combination of active agents which is formulated using an ingenious selection of inhibitors based on hybrid technology. Offers outstanding protection against frost, corrosion and overheating. Amine-, nitrite- and phosphate-free radiator antifreeze based on ethylene glycol. Adding the correct amount to the water provides reliable vehicle performance all year round.

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