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Multi-Vehicle ONE Coolant Premix (ONEPM)

Nulon Multi-Vehicle ONE Coolant Premix is guaranteed safe to use as a top-up for any car, 4WD, LPG or light and heavy-duty diesel vehicle on Australian and New Zealand roads. This advanced Global Type A pre-mixed coolant is a 50% mix and is safe to use as a top-up with all Green, Red, Orange and Blue OEM coolants and corrosion inhibitors. 

Nulon Multi-Vehicle ONE Coolant Premix is guaranteed safe to use as a top-up for any car, 4WD, LPG or light and heavy-duty diesel vehicle on Australian and New Zealand roads. This advanced Global Type A pre-mixed coolant is a 50% mix and is safe to use as a top-up with all Green, Red, Orange and Blue OEM coolants and corrosion inhibitors. It provides the ultimate anti-freeze/anti-boil and anti-corrosion and rust protection for all vehicle cooling systems. 

For a full coolant service change refer to Nulon Long Life Coolants or Nulon ONE Coolant.

Directions for use

DIRECTIONS AS TOP UP: Add as top-up to existing coolant, then start the engine and turn the heater on. When the engine is warm, turn it off and allow it to cool. Check the coolant level, and top it up if necessary.

Note: The life of Nulon Multi-Vehicle ONE Coolant Premix defaults to that of the original coolant in the cooling system. If you are unaware of the type or life of the coolant in the system we recommend a complete coolant change within the next 5,000km or 6 months to the appropriate Nulon Premium Long Life Concentrated Coolant or ONE Coolant.

Typical Characteristics

Typical Properties:
Density (g/ml @ 15.6oC) 1.072 - 1.078
Freezing point N/A
Boiling point * N/A
pH 8.0 - 9.0
Reserve alkalinity (ml) 2.7 min
Colour Yellow
Glycol content (g/L) 545

Due to continued product research and development the information contained in this Product Bulletin is subject to change without notification.

Safety Directions

SAFETY: Harmful if swallowed. May cause respiratory irritation. Use only outdoors or in a well-ventilated area. Store locked up.

FIRST AID: IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CENTRE or doctor/physician. Rinse mouth. IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing. For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre (e.g. phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor (at once).

ENVIRONMENT: Do not pollute drains, soil or water with used products. After use, dispose of container in a responsible manner. Disposal of container should comply with local council regulations.

Specifications

Meets or exceeds the following oil industry specifications

Specification GroupsSpecifications
ASTM
ASTM D2809 , ASTM D4985 , ASTM D2570 , ASTM D1384
AS Claims
AS 2108-2004 Type A
Other Claims
JIS K2234 (Japan)
Society of Automotive Engineers
SAE J1034 , SAE J1941

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No, it is OK to use. Dye is added to coolant for identification purposes. The dye used to colour the coolant, green, red, etc can be affected by sunlight and age but this does not effect the performance of the coolant.

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Tap water quality can vary widely depending on your location. It is best to use demineralised or deionised water (Radiator & Battery Water (RCSW)), as tap water contains chemicals and minerals which can affect the performance of the coolant. 

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Yes it is suitable but often more expensive than demineralised or deionised water.

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It is best to use deminalised or deionised water. Uncontaminated rain water is OK but if collected from roofs and gutters it can contain impurites which may affect coolant performance. Metal roofing materials, concrete roof tiles and tanks, dirt and dust, all contaminate rain water. These conatanimants have an adverse effect on your vehicle cooling system.

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Yes, coolants that contain ethylene glycol are poisonous. If ingested it affects the central nervous system and can cause death. Nulon adds a bittering agent to its coolants that contain ethylene glycol to prevent accidental ingestion from children or pets. Help can be sourced via Poisons Information Centre : Australia phone 131 126, New Zealand phone 0800 764 766

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Most modern cars run their cooling systems at temperatures close to 100 degrees celsius. The bonus of using the antifreeze chemical (glycol) in coolant is that it also raises the boiling point. This gives protection against localised or hot spot boiling which can cause engine damage.

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While not essential we recommend using Radiator Flush and Clean (R40) to remove insulating built-up sludge and residue before changing coolant in any cooling system.

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No, coolant colour alone does not specify the chemical technology of the coolant. It is important to note that when coolants of different technology are mixed the performance is compromised.

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Ethylene glycol is a product used in automotive coolants to give the coolant a lower freezing point and higher boiling point. This allows vehicles to operate in sub zero climates and also allows engine coolants to reach higher temperatues before boiling.

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Internal combustion engine generate large amounts of heat. "Coolant" simpy means a liquid that provides  temperature-transferring properties. In an automotive cooling system it is required to transfer heat from the engine whilst protecting the engine from corrosion (i.e. rust) and erosion which can be caused by fluid movement. Many automotive coolants also have added chemicals to extend the operating temperature range of the fluid. These are known as antifreeze/antiboil coolants.

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We show you how to change your vehicle's coolant in this easy step by step video. 

Nulon shows you how to change your vehicle's coolant in an easy step by step process. 
All you need to do this is: car jack, jack stands or ramps, screwdriver, socket or spanner, drain plug washer, oil drain pan, some rags, container for the used coolant, Gloves and Nulon Long Life Coolant.

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Soft water, demineralised and deionised water are terms used to describe water which has low levels of dissolved mineral salts and ions of such metals as calcium, iron, or magnesium.

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In 1977 an Australian Standard was created to help regulate the quality and performance of automotive coolants in the Australian passenger car and light commercial market. The current standard is known as AS2108-2004. Type A coolants are antifreeze/antiboil coolants with corrosion inhibitor that comply with the requirements of this standard. Type B coolants are coolants with corrosion inhibitors only that comply with the requirements of this standard.

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Using the correct type of coolant is essential. The Nulon Lube Guide can provide a guide to you coolant requirements. If directions of use are followed correctly Nulon coolants will protect the system from corrosion for the recommended life of the coolant.

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These abbreviations refer to the technology used in the corrosion protection component of a coolant. IAT is Inorganic Additive Technology (often termed Conventional Technology), OAT is Organic Additive Technology, and HAT is Hybrid Additive Technology. To determine the best technology option and the preferred coolant for your car refer to the Nulon Lube Guide instore or online.

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This depends on the type of coolant your car requires and the climate extremes that your vehicle will operate in. Consult the Nulon Lube Guide for the suitable coolant type, consult your vehicle handbook and follow directions of use on label to determine the required ratio.

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Contact your local waste facilities or environmental protection agency. Used coolants can contain environmentally unfriendly materials that have originated from the engine cooling system and need appropriate disposal. Do not drain used coolant onto the ground or into storm water.

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The best answer to this question can be found in the Nulon Lube Guide, also available in store.

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