Automotive Fluids

Automobiles rely on fluids to function and to prevent wear and tear. Fluids can help prevent overheating, keep moving parts lubricated, ensure functionality, ensure pressure is optimum, ensure the engine is kept cool, keep the inside of the vehicle cool via the air conditioning unit, and even clean windows. Types of automotive fluid include oil, radiator fluids, transmission fluid, power steering fluid (mineral oil), brake fluid (glycole-ether, mineral oil or silicone oil), air conditioning coolant, engine oil, and washer fluid. Automotive fluids are widely used by automotive tradesman and industry enthusiasts. They are necessary to keep vehicles functional and at minimum risk of damage.

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  1. Antifreeze, Coolants and De-Icers
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    Antifreeze, coolants and de-icers used by automotive tradesman, industry enthusiasts and vehicle owners to ensure optimum running of the automotive. Antifreeze is combined with water to act as a coolant in internal combustion engines to prevent freezing in cold temperatures, while coolant acts as fluid that flows to prevent overheating and the transference of heat within the engine. De-icer is usually used external to de-ice any windows or exterior that has suffered from icing or frost.

  2. Cleaning Fluids
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    Cleaning materials are used by automotive tradesman, industry enthusiasts and vehicle owners to ensure optimum running and cleanliness of the automotive. Cleaning materials can be separated into interior and exterior products, with common products including pressure hoses and washers, interior car cleaning kits, wheel and tyre cleaning materials, shampoos, wax, polish, and carpet cleaners.

  3. Engine Oil
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    Engine oil, often referred to as motor oil or engine lubricant, is used for the lubrication of automotive internal combustion engine. The main function of engine oil is to keep moving parts from of sludge, reduce wear and tear on moving parts, inhibit corrosion, keep the engine cool, and improve sealing.

  4. Fuel
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    Fuel, particularly motor fuel, can be used to power motor vehicles. The most common types of fuel are gasoline and diesel, while other energy sources include compresses natural gas (CNG), ethanol, propane, biodiesel, hydrogen and electric batteries (with an external power source).

  5. Fuel Additives
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    A fuel additive is a liquid that that is added into the fuel supply to give the vehicle better performance or maintain condition. They work by increasing acceleration and engineer performance, restoring any lost horsepower and can also reduce petrol consumption. Fuel additives are divided into three categories; 1) Those that help maintain car’s current condition 2) Those which help save money on fuel and 3) Those which enhance performance.

  6. Other
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    Other products that didn't quite fit into any of the above categories.