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Bluecol Coolant OE 30/34

 

5 yr antifreeze 5L

Bluecol Engine Coolant OE 30/34 is a high quality ethylene glycol based coolant/antifreeze for passenger car, truck, bus & stationary engine application. This has proven to provide protection for at least 650,000km (ca 8000 hours) in truck and bus applications or 250,000km (ca 2000 hours) for passenger cars or 32,000 hours (or 6 years) for stationary engines. It is recommended to change the coolant every five years or at above mileages or operating times, whichever comes first. Bluecol Coolant OE 30/34 meets the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) requirements for:

ASTM D3306, D4656, D4985, BR 637, BS 6580, NFR 15-601, FVV Heft R443, JASO M325, JIS K2234, KSM 2142, MIL-Belgium BT-PS-606 A, MIL-France DCSEA 615/C, MIL-Italy E/L 1415b, MIL-Sweden FSD 8704, NATO S-759, Onorm V5123, SAE J1304, UNE 26-361-88/1, ADE, Aston Martin, Audi TL-774-D/F, Behr, Caterpillar MAK
A4.05.09.01, Claas, Cummins IS Series u N14, DAF 74002, MB 325.3, Detroit Diesel Power Cool Plus, Deutz 0199-99-1115/6, Deutz-MWM 0199-99-2091/8, Ford WSS-M97B44-D/E, Chevrolet, Hitachi, Isuzu, Jaguar CMR 8229, Jaguar WSS-M97B44-D, Jenbacher TA 1000-0201, Karosa, Kobelco, Komatsu 07.892, Land Rover WSSM97B44-D, Leyland Trucks DW03245403, Liebherr MD1-136-130, Mack 014 GS 17009, MAN 324 Typ SNF, MAN B & W AG D36 5600, MAN B & W AS, MAN Semp Pielstick, Mazda MEZ MN 121 D, MG Rover, Mitsubishi MHI, MTU MTL 5048 & 5049, Opel/Vauxhall B 040 1065, Renault 41-01-001/- – S Type D, Saab GM 6277M, Seat TL- 774-D/F, Skoda TL-774-D/F, Suzuki Motors, Thermo King, Ulstein Bergen 2.13.01, Vauxhall GME L1301, Volvo 128 6083/002, VW TL-774-D/F, Wartsila, Waukesha, Yanmar.

 
*Not suitable for Classic or Vintage vehicles.

 

 

Product Specifications

  • Width: 13 cm
  • Length: 18.5 cm
  • Height: 30 cm
  • ProductNumber: BCR005
  • Bluecol antifreeze
  • 1. Drain and flush the cooling system with clean water.
  • 2. Check all hoses, clips and joints for leakage- tighten or replace where necessary.
  • 3. Refer to vehicle manufacturer’s handbook for the total volume of the cooling system.
  • 4. Remove radiator cap and add antifreeze to a volume equal to 25%, 33% or 50% of the total coolant system capacity (depending on protection desired and top up with clean water to recommended fill level. Replace cap.
  • 5. Run engine until it reaches normal operating temperature to remove any air locks.
  • 6. Switch off engine and allow to cool. Remove radiator cap and top up with water if necessary. Replace cap.