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VW G11 Antifreeze - Concentrate - 5L
Vw Coolant Antifreeze G11 YELLOW 1980-97 - 5 Liter - Concentrated - Ravenol of Germany
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Product Information:
RAVENOL TTC C11 Concentrated coolant antifreeze is a is an eco-friendly 1.2- Ethanediol (monoethylene glycol) based nitrite, amine and phosphate-free coolant and provides maintenance-free corrosion and frost protection. RAVENOL TTC is formulated as a long-term coolant based on a proven inhibitor development. High quality rust and corrosion protection and cavitation tested.

    German Ravenol TTC Coolant Features:
  • Manufactured and bottled in Germany
  • Excellent for light metal engines
  • Good reserve alkalinity
  • High-quality corrosion additives for optimal corrosion protection
  • Elastomer compatible with elastomers used in automotive radiators
Please Note:This is concentrated coolant. Mix concentrated 5 liter coolant to a 1:1 ratio with deionized water. If deionized water is not available use distilled water. Do not mix tap water with coolant. When mixing a concentrated 5 litre bottle of coolant to a 1:1 ratio, it will yield a total of 10 liters.

Applications and Recommendations:
-VW TL 774-C (acceptable to G11 quality spec.)
-BS 6580 (GB)
-O Norm V 5123 (Austria)
-JIS K 2234 (Japan)
-CUNA NC 956-16 (Italy)
-AFNOR R15-601 (France)
-SAE J1034, UNE 25-361 (Spain)
-ASTM D 4985
-ASTM D 1384
-ASTM D 2570
-ASTM D 2809
-FIAT 9.55523
-IVECO 18-1830
-ASTM D 3306 Type 1
-ASTM D 6210 Type 1-FF
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Vehicle Applications:
Vw - All Models as Required
Technical Information:
Blauparts recommends changing 'long life' Audi Vw antifreeze every 3 to 4 years. Why? The combination of chemical additives contained in coolant, responsible for retaining alkalinity and inhibiting corrosion within the engine's cooling system, over time become depleted. Similar to oil, Audi Vw coolant eventually breaks down, becomes weak, and "gets dirty." For maximum corrosion protection and prolonged engine life, flushing Audi Vw coolant every 3 to 4 years (40,000 50,000 miles) is imperative. Thoroughly flushing your antifreeze is most convenient when done during timing belt replacement.

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