Brake fluid composition

Brake fluid composition

Brake fluid composition

Brake liquids are made out of 3 mains parts:

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SOLVENT 60 to 90%

Polyglycols have a high consistency that is the reason it is important to weaken them with an item with low thickness (polyglycol ethers). Polyglycols ethers guarantee the part of dissolvable in the liquid. They need to break down polyglycols and every single other segment in such an approach to get a solitary staged liquid to give attractive oil under all temperatures.

LUBRICANT BASIS 5 to 30%

Polyglycols are utilized as lubricants in proportion of up to 30% in brake liquids.

They are acquired by responding alkylene oxides (ethylene and propylene) with bifunctional segments, for example, diols or water.

ADDITIVES 2 to 5%

Brake liquids as a rule contain up to 5% of added substances.

Corrosion inhibitors are added to shield the stopping mechanism metals from corrosion and antioxidants are expected to decrease the oxidative decay of glycol ethers polyglycols and to retard the development of acidic deterioration items and gums.

These two inhibitors' sorts are fundamental to guarantee a long-term and acceptable brake liquid service life.

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