Two new products have been added to the Flashlube portfolio

Flashlube has expanded its range of additives with the addition of both Premix and Concentrate Radiator Coolants, as well as Distilled Water, to complement the product.
OE manufactured and available in 1L, 5L and 20L bottles, both the Premix and Concentrate varieties of Flashlube Radiator Coolants protect all cooling system metal surfaces from corrosion and are compatible with all internal plastics, heater taps, rubber seals and fittings.
Flashlube states that its Radiator Coolants are specially formulated using organic silicate OAT based inhibitors for improved corrosion resistance and will not break down over time.
The formulation is Borate, Nitrite, Amine and Phosphate free and can reportedly greatly extend the service life of the coolant, if used and maintained at the recommended 50 percent dilution rate.
Suitable for both petrol and diesel engines, Flashlube Radiator Coolant is designed to deliver the required dose of anti-freeze, anti-boil and corrosion protection, to assist in maintaining the overall temperature of the cooling system, protect from overheating and keep the engine running as effectively as possible.
Flashlube coolants are approved for use in a range of vehicles, including those still under factory warranties, as well as outside of warranty periods.
They are safe to mix with Type A, colour compatible OE Coolants for a range of vehicle makes and models including Toyota, Holden, Ford, Nissan, Audi, Volkswagen, Jeep, Chrysler, Isuzu and more.
Flashlube Distilled Water has also been released together with the coolant products. While Flashlube Premix Coolant comes pre-diluted and requires no further additives before treatment of the radiator, Concentrate Coolant does need to be diluted, ideally with Flashlube Distilled Water, at the recommended ratio of 1:1 or 50 percent, for optimum performance, and corrosion and contaminant protection.

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