Synthetic brake fluid based on glycol ethers, alkyl poly glycols and glycol ether esters. It contains inhibitors to prevent the corrosion of metallic brake components and to reduce oxidation at increased temperatures. The brake fluid has a high wet and dry boiling point, thus ensuring safe braking even after the absorption of some moisture over an extended period of use. Special moisture scavengers help to prevent against the formation of steam bubbles.
Brake Fluid Failure Symptoms
- High moisture content causing low boiling point
- Dirty or tarnished color
- Boiling over of the brake system under extreme braking conditions
About Liqui Moly
Liqui Moly was founded in 1957 in Ulm on the river Danube. The patent for the production of molybdenum disulfide formed the basis for the company. This additive based on liquified molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) was the company’s first product and gave the company its name. Today Liqui Moly’s main product is motor oil with MoS2 Molybdenum disulfide which enhances the lubrication quality of the oil and offers emergency operating protection under harsh conditions. It can be added to oils including gear oil, engine oil, transmission oil or differentials oils. Today, MoS2 is used in excess of 4000 products: Engine and gear oils, additives and vehicle care products, workshop equipment and service products. In Germany, LIQUI MOLY is one of the leading producers of engine oils and is the undisputed market leader when it comes to additives. Germany remains the main marketplace, but LIQUI MOLY products are now sold in 120 countries.