Exol unveils new anti-freeze range

Published:  30 November, 2017

Exol has launched a new anti-freeze range, featuring four products covering heavy duty and passenger vehicle applications. The new range features Antifreeze HD (Green), Antifreeze HDX (Blue), Antifreeze SOAT (Lilac) and Antifreeze OAT Universal (Clear). The range has been formulated based on special OAT inhibitor technology, produced in response to the evolving technological development of cooling systems in modern vehicles, while ensuring long coolant operational life.The coolants also contain the additives required to protect a full range of different vehicle types, offering year-round protection, while performing well in challenging conditions.
www.exol-lubricants.com

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