brake fluid boiling points

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What is a DOT 4 LV Brake Fluid
Manufacturers have created low viscosity formulations of DOT 4. Viscosity is measured by how brake fluid spreads over a surface in a measured amount of time.
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Recommending Ultra-Premium Brake Fluid
Ultra-premium brake fluid is designed to perform in extreme environments and deliver reliable brake system operation due to its low-temperature viscosity.
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How Do You Test Brake Fluid
Due to brake fluid being hydroscopic, the condition depends on two types of indicators - water concentration and the condition of the additive package
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How Do You Store Brake Fluid?
Once a bottle of brake fluid is opened, moisture will compromise the contents. Use or discard within a year after opening for maximum benefits.
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Why Wet and Dry Boiling Points Are Important
Dry boiling points are the point that a new package of brake fluid boils at, while wet boiling points are measured after the brake fluid absorbs moisture.
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