Always the right fluid
Brake fluids demand top performance! They transmit hydraulic pressure to the brake system when the brake pedal is depressed, which generates high temperatures. In extreme cases, these high temperatures can cause the fluid to boil. Once the fluid begins to boil, braking efficiency is greatly reduced. Vapor bubbles are formed that can be compressed. Brake pulses then do not have their intended effect; the brake pedal can be pushed all the way to the floor, and the vehicle does not come to a stop quickly enough.
This is why it is very important to check your brake fluid regularly. If the boiling point measured is below 180 C the fluid should be replaced. Independent studies have shown that seven out of ten vehicles need new brake fluid.
Brake Fluid: ATE TYP 200 DOT 4
Minimal drop in boiling point due to outstanding
water binding properties
Boiling point min.: 280°C
Wet boiling point min.: 198°C
Viscosity at - 40°C: max.1400 mm2/s
Change interval: up to 3 years