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- ItemAntifreeze Coolant
- TypeUniversal Ready to Use
- Size/Net Weight1 gal.
- Container TypeBottle
- AppearanceAmber Liquid
- Boiling Point (F)330
- Freezing Point (F)-36
- Flash Point (F)250
- Specific Gravity1.13
- For Use WithPassenger Cars and Light Trucks
- ApplicationUniversal for Car and Light Truck
- pH Value10.4
- Package Quantity1
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Grainger part number 6EMX7 is designed as a “universal coolant” for most applications. MaxLife antifreeze coolant is an ethylene glycol based formulation which can be used in all makes and models of vehicles. It is formulated with AlugardPlus compatibility additive to improve performance when mixing with other coolant types. . Valvoline recommends the universal use of MaxLife coolant for all makes and all models of vehicles designed to use an ethylene glycol based engine coolant after ASTM D3306. MaxLife coolant can be used in gasoline and diesel engines. Valvoline currently does not recommend MaxLife coolant where propylene glycol is specified, for use as a heat transfer fluid or in electric vehicle / fuel cell applications. Valvoline also does not recommend MaxLife coolant for use as a freeze point depressant in potable water systems or home / industrial building winterization applications.
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