PENTOSIN SUPER DOT 4 (500ML)

by lewisl on July 3, 2013

$14.11

Sizes: 0.5 litre
Color: Light Yellow
Boiling Point > 265°C (>509°F)
Wet Boiling Point > 165°C (>329°F)
Fluid based on modern Glycol ether/ester systems

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Sizes: 0.5 litre
Color: Light Yellow
Boiling Point > 265°C (>509°F)
Wet Boiling Point > 165°C (>329°F)
Fluid based on modern Glycol ether/ester systems

  • Fulfills all below mentioned international specifications, but has still built in good reserves for boiling and wet boiling points.
  • Due to its good analytical data- a standard brake fluid of superior quality for universal use in modern brake systems. Additives bestow the fluid high chemical stability and very good lubricity.
  • Can be used in standard drum and disc brakes ystems and aggregates. It is miscible with all other branded DOT 4 brake fluids.
  • Audi (up to 2005)
  • BMW (up to 2003)
  • Jaguar (all years)
  • Land Rover (all years)
  • Mercedes-Benz (all years)
  • Porsche (all years)
  • Volvo (all years)
  • Volkswagen (up to 2005)

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Madalin October 23, 2013 at 10:26 am

We live in NZ and bought a Separett to intslal in our new house in 2000 and it was working well when we sold in 2009. There were two adults using it full-time. We are planning on purchasing another unit for our next project as we found it excellent. For some men it was a real issue having to sit down to urinate! But the toilet did need emptying fortnightly and toilet paper uses quite a bit of space in the bin. We bought compostable bags made with plant material and lined the bin with these and when it needed emptying it was simply a matter of taking these outside. As we lived on a ten acre block we simply buried our bags and then planted a tree on top. By the time we sold we had a small forest growing great compost! I could not with all honesty say that our bags didn’t smell when it came time to change them though. In our next venture we intend putting some underfloor heating under the toilet area using solar water heating to help with the drying’ process of the faeces. I think this will lower the smell factor.

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