RAVENOL HJC- Protect FL22 ConcentrateAs low as €6.95
- coolant of green colour
- for Mazda, Ford, Nissan, Honda, Hyundai
- Ford WSS-M97-B55 recommendation
RAVENOL TTC Premix -40°C Protect C11As low as €4.95
- premixed yellow-green coolant
- protection up to -40°C
- VW TL 774-C (acc. to G11 quality)
Motorcraft Antifreeze Yellow Concentrated 3,78 L€30.95(€8.18* / 1 L)
- replaces Motorcraft Antifreeze Orange
- concentrate for mixing with water
Volvo Coolant PremixedAs low as €4.65
- coolant with long time performance
- for best protection up to -37°C
- green color
Mercedes-Benz MB 325.0 Anti-Corrosion Agent / Antifreeze 1,5 L€10.99(€7.33* / 1 L)
- Mercedes-Benz anticorrosion/ antifreeze
- lowers freeze point, raises boil point
- MB 325.0, blue-green color
BMW Lifetime Coolant 87 Antifreeze 1,5 L€7.99(€5.33* / 1 L)
- BMW OEM antifreeze
- Highly recommended OEM product
- Blue-green colored
RAVENOL TTC Concentrate Protect C11As low as €5.95
- yellow-green coolant
- VW TL 774-C (acc. to G11 quality)
- for VW, Fiat, Iveco, Chrysler, Ford, Suzuki
Nissan Kühlerfrostschutz L248As low as €6.95
- Part number: KE90299935
- Green color
- Ready to use
RAVENOL LGC - Protect C13 ConcentrateAs low as €7.95
- Longlife coolant
- VW TL 774-J (acc. to G13 quality)
- for VW, Audi, Skoda, Seat
RAVENOL LTC - Protect C12++ ConcentrateAs low as €7.95
- coolant with lilac colour
- provides highly effective frost and corrosion protection
- for VW, MAN, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche yoc. '97 and younger
Motorcraft Antifreeze Premium 3,785 L€28.49(€7.54* / 1 L)
- Meets ESE-M97B44-A, ASTM D 3306, Chrysler MS-7170, ASTM D 4985
- Original antifreeze; meets warranty requirements
- Anti-freezer and heat protection from -37°C up to 265°C
RAVENOL HTC - Protect MB 325.0 ConcentrateAs low as €7.95
- all year-round coolant of blue colour
- for Mercedes, BMW, Opel, Saab and GM
- MB 325.0, VW TL 774-C
RAVENOL OTC Concentrate Protect C12+As low as €6.95
- lila coloured concentrate
- MB 325.3, Ford WSS-M 97 B44D
- for VW/Audi, Ford, Porsche, Mitsubishi, Toyota, Volvo
Mercedes-Benz Anti-Corrosion Agent / Antifreeze MB 325.5 / 325.6 Concentrate 1.5 L€11.95(€7.97* / 1 L)
- Mercedes-Benz Anti-Corossion-Agent
- intended for use in most passenger cars
- MB 325.5 / 325.6, red-violet coloring
Amsoil Dominator Coolant Boost 473 ml€14.30(€30.23* / 1 L)
- Improves heat transfer
- Reduces engine temperature
- Mixable with all water sources
Toyota Radiator Antifreeze Super LLC PreMixed 3,78 L€26.99(€5.40* / 1 L)
- pinkes antifreeze
- original Toyota product
- Super Long Life Coolant 00272-SLLC2
Glysantin G40 CoolantAs low as €6.55
- corresponding VW G12++
- for VW, Skoda, Seat builtyear 2008 and on
- MB 325.6 / MB 326.6 approval
Toyota Radiator Antifreeze Super LLC PreMixed PinkAs low as €39.95
- Part number: 08889-80072
- Excellent corrosion protection
- For Toyota vehicles from year of construction 2002
RAVENOL HJC-Protect FL22 Premix -40°CAs low as €5.95(€3.97* / 1 L)
- coolant premix based on ethylene-glycol
- premixed, useable for year-round use
- freezing point -40°C
Toyota Kühlerfrostschutz LLC ConcentrateAs low as €8.70
- Corrosion protection
- Part number: 08889-80015
- Red colored
Motorcraft Antifreeze Conccentrate Gold 3,785 L€35.95(€9.50* / 1 L)
- Original Antifreez, meets warranty requirements
- Ford Motorcraft WSS-M97B51-A1 approval
- Recommended by Ford Motor Company
Volvo Coolant ConcentrateAs low as €6.59
- coolant for Volvo vehicles
- concentrate for mixing before use
- OEM part number 9437650/1
Ravenol OTC Coolant Antifreeze C12+ PremixAs low as €5.95
- premixed lila coloured coolant
- protection up to -40°C
- MB 325.3, Ford WSS-M 97 B44D
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Coolant, antifreeze, radiator antifreeze - all the same?
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The (water) cooling circuit in the car is of central importance for the function of the vehicle, so that the coolant plays a central role alongside the other operating fluids such as engine oil, brake fluid, etc.
But what is the difference between coolant and antifreeze? Is it all the same?
We will explain it to you:
The fluid that performs the function of heat transport and at the same time protects against corrosion and frost in your vehicle's cooling circuit is correctly called coolant.
Is there a difference between coolant and antifreeze?
The answer is yes. It is simpler than you might think. While coolant is called the finished liquid that works in the cooling circuit, coolant in the true sense of the word is the component of the coolant that adds the important functions of protection against freezing, rust and boiling to conventional water. A mixture of antifreeze and water thus produces the finished coolant.
Antifreeze is offered either as a concentrate - these are used exactly as just explained - and as a finished mixture "Ready Mix", "Premix" or "ready to use". These are coolants that are ready to be filled directly into the radiator and do not need to be mixed with water.
Find the right antifreeze for every vehicle in the ATO24 Online Shop! What are the differences?
As a rule of thumb, coolants are often distinguished by their color and selected for use. This procedure does not always lead to the wrong result, but it is not technically correct and may well lead to you choosing the wrong antifreeze for your vehicle.
The wrong antifreeze selected. What are the consequences?
The consequences of the wrong antifreeze in the cooling circuit of your car are difficult to estimate, but can be negative or even fatal. Since antifreeze of different specifications differ in their chemical composition and mixing different combinations can lead to unwanted reactions of the fluids, you should follow a systematic and correct procedure when choosing your antifreeze. Far from it, the different operating regulations are adapted to the engine requirements because, regardless of the mixing of different antifreeze, engines have different demands on the chemical properties of a coolant.
The right choice: Buy antifreeze to specification!
We have found that it is essential to choose an antifreeze according to the correct specification provided by the vehicle manufacturer and not to rely on inaccurate distinguishing features, such as color in particular.
How do I choose the right antifreeze for my car?
Similar to the operating regulations for engine oils, vehicle manufacturers have in the past introduced a number of manufacturer-specific but also cross-manufacturer specifications that you can use as a guide. To find out which coolant specification is required for use in your vehicle, please refer to your vehicle manual. In addition, the ATO24 team offers free expert advice if you are not sure which coolant to use. Just contact us via the indicated ways.
The probably most common coolant specifications are the G-standards. These were developed independently by the car manufacturer Volkswagen and the chemical company BASF. Some standards are identical, others have no equivalent in the other system. The VW coolant specifications range from G11 to G12, G12+ and G12++ to G13. BASF, the manufacturer of the well-known Glysantin antifreeze, leads its classification as follows:
- Glysantin G48 (corresponds to VW G11)
- Glysantin G30 (corresponds to VW G12+)
- Glynsatin G40 (corresponds to VW G12++)
- Glysantin G05 (particularly suitable for many cast iron engines)
- Glysantin G33 (suitable for most Peugeot and Citroen vehicles)
- Glysantin G34 (product for many GM and Opel vehicles)
A large number of vehicle manufacturers orient themselves to these specifications. If you cannot find any of these specifications in your vehicle manual, you may find one of the manufacturer's internal regulations there:
- Mercedes-Benz distinguishes coolants in the approvals MB 325.0, MB 325.3, MB 325.5, MB 325.6
- Jeep, Dodge and Chrysler vehicles usually require a coolant with the approvals Chrysler MS-10216, Chrysler MS-12106 or Chrysler MS-9769
- The American manufacturer Ford also includes coolants in its approval system. The approval Ford WSS-M97B44-D, for example, is frequently used.
Some manufacturers prescribe an explicit product for use in their vehicles. In manuals of Renault vehicles you will often find the reference to Renault Glaceol RX Type D. In addition to the designation, manufacturers often include part numbers that refer to explicit OEM products, such as
- BMW 83192211191 for the BMW radiator antifreeze
- Volvo 31439723 for the Volvo radiator antifreeze Ready Mix
- Honda OL999-9011 for the Honda Long Life Type 2 Antifreeze
- Nissan KE90299935 for the Nissan L248 coolant
Other manufacturers also refer to a certain chemical composition of the coolant, which must be observed. Coolants are often classified in the following gradations:
- free from nitrite, amine, phosphate
- free from amine, phosphate, borate, silicate
- free from amine, phosphate, borate, 2-ethylhexanoic acid
The car manufacturer Opel often prescribes the use of a so-called low-hybrid "Lobrid" coolant for modern vehicles.
You can read much more about the topic coolant, for example an answer to the question how to mix coolant correctly and which water to use for this, in our ATO24 blog article about coolants.