DeWitts® 305 HP Coolant, 1 Gallon
1 gallons Capacity, Green Liquid Appearance, 265 F Boiling Point
Specifically formulated to be an all-season coolant/antifreeze for high performance engines. It contains a patented low silicate corrosion protection package that prevents rust as well as corrosion and it is specifically engineered to protect materials used in modern performance engines. DeWitts™ Coolant offers a more advanced additive package than standard “green” coolants and maintains better thermal conductivity and heat transfer than propylene glycol (PG) based coolants. The advanced additive package contains special anti-foam agents to reduce water pump cavitation and increase cooling capacity. DeWitts™ Coolant meets GM 1899M, Ford ESE-M97B-44-A, and Chrysler MS7170 specifications and is compatible with all nationally distributed coolants and liquid coolant additives. System protection is maintained from -34°F to +265°F when used with a 15lb. radiator.
- Premium quality, ready to use formula premixed 50/50 with deionized water.
- Protects from -34 to +265 F using 15lb cap.
- Meets or exceeds GM, Ford, and Chrysler applications.
- Special anti-foam agents reduce pump cavitation and increase cooling capacity.
- Better thermal conductivity and heat transfer than propylene glycol coolants.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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