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  • What are additives?
    What are additives?

    An additive is a chemical added in small quantities to a product to improve certain properties. Motor oil typically contains a Performance Additive Package that can make up 15% to 25% of its composition. The remaining percentage is base oil. The additives help to enhance the performance and viscosity of the motor oil.

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  • What is brake fluid?
    What is brake fluid?

    Brake fluid is a type of hydraulic fluid used in hydraulic brake and hydraulic clutch applications in vehicles. It is responsible for transferring force into pressure, and to amplify braking force. Simply stated, when you apply your foot to the brake pedal, brake fluid transfers this force into pressure to the front and rear brakes and stops the vehicle. It works because liquids are incompressible.

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  • What is a coolant?
    What is a coolant?

    A coolant (also called an antifreeze) is a special fluid that runs through your engine to keep it within its correct operating temperature range. It is made from either ethylene glycol or propylene, water, some protection additives and is usually green, blue or even pink in colour.

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  • Total Base Number? (TBN) This is how it works!
    Total Base Number? (TBN) This is how it works!

    On the technical datasheet of engine oil, you can find a lot of data. Indications of viscosity at hot and cold temperatures, density but also TBN, Total Base Number.

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