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ACDelco Conventional Car Coolants
ACDelco is renowned globally for the strength and depth of its oils, lubricants and chemical range. Containing in excess of 225 references, it is a product range that takes in the latest fully synthetic engine oils, not to mention mineral oils, transmission and gear oils. Also available are specialist long drain diesel oils that continue to become more and more popular amongst heavy duty and truck users. ACDelco can also offer 'harder to find' products like 2 stroke smokeless oils. In addition to offering a wide range of premium quality lubricants, most products are available in 1, 4, and 205 litre variants to provide a total solution whether used in a workshop or retail environment.
Sitting within ACDelco's umbrella product group of fluids comes a high quality range of antifreeze/coolants. Specifically formulated to meet the demands of many of today's vehicle applications, all products are proven to deliver optimum performance across a wide temperature range as a means of providing year all year protection. What's more, customers can choose from a number of varying container sizes.
Conventional and DEX-COOL are available in 100% concentrated and 50% pre-diluted form. Classic green coolant is available in 33% concentrated form. The color of the coolant is represented by the bottle cap.
ACDelco Conventional Coolants:
-Universal formula for both automotive, light duty and heavy duty applications
-Excellent corrosion protection for aluminum, brass, copper, solder, steel and cast iron
-Nitrite free, amine free and borax free
-Compatible with cooling system filters
-100% biodegradable in its pure unused form
ACDelco supplies parts for all makes and models of vehicles currently on the road, such as: Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Ford, Mercedes-Banz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Toyota, Volkswagen, GMC, Hyundai, Jeep, Kia and Mazda.
ACDelco Conventional Car Coolants are available at Kamal Hibri Bechara El Khoury, Jnah, Tallet El Khayat, Beirut; and Ghobeiry, Baabda, Lebanon.