Cooling liquids

Antifreeze fluids with different compositions cannot be mixed because additives can flocculate and plug the cooling system. Additives can also react and this will cause loss of their useful properties. More
Concentrated antifreeze fluids are increasingly used. To receive ready-to-use compositions of coolants, only distilled water should be added to concentrates. Ratios are always indicated by the manufacturer on the concentrated coolant pack. More
Up-to-date combustion engines are exposed to high temperature loads; for this reason, one should take seriously the coolant selection. It is better to buy a coolant in accordance with the instructions of the vehicle manufacturer. Antifreeze fluids differ in composition, color, and package.More
There is no difference between them; cooling fluid is the antifreeze fluid which refers to traditional coolants. There are Tosol 30 and Tosol 40, for example. The first fluid is intended to operate at a temperature not below - 30 °С, the second one – not below - 40 °С.  More
Fluids of the same color can have completely different compositions and multicolor fluids, on the contrary, can prove to be the same. This is not connected with chemical composition of fluids. More
It depends on the coolant base and averages to 1–3 years. However, there are products, for example, monoethyleneglycol-based red antifreeze fluid VAMP, which fulfil properly their functions during 5 years.More
The coolant level should be checked once in 3–6 months. If you are sure of leakage, add the antifreeze fluid recommended in the vehicle operation manual. If the coolant boils off, add only distilled water to the system.More