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Coolant colour confusion

JUST AS the old Castrol ad said “oils ain’t oils”, Cummins is arguing that coolants ain’t coolants, with head chemist and coolant expert Mike Hudson arguing that coolant colour counts for naught.

Colour counts for naught when it comes to coolants these days.

Colour counts for naught when it comes to coolants these days.

He said in the old days coolant colour was determined by the types of chemicals used to prevent corrosion. Back then, colour was important. Older coolant types used inorganic additive technology...

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