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1Joe Long

2Antifreeze & Coolant

3PEAK ANTIFREEZE2013 North AmericanAntifreeze Market ShareSource: Old World est. based onChemical Manufacturers Association: NPD, AAIAGLOBALLIFETIMELONG LIFEDEXCOOLCOMPATIBLECONVENTIONAL

4HEAVY-DUTY COOLANTShell18%Old World36%Chevron-Texaco27%Fleet Guard10%Regional9%Valvoline1%2013 NORTH AMERICANHEAVY-DUTY COOLANT MARKET SHARESOURCE: OLD WORLD EST. BASED ONCHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION: NPD, AAIAFleet ChargeFinal ChargeGlobalFinal ChargeNOAT

5ANTIFREEZE &COOLANT

6OLD WORLD STRATEGYFull Product Line Addressing All Market Segments And RequirementsHeavy-DutyAutomotive8 TechnologiesConventional AutomotiveOATFully FormulatedNOATHOAT

COOLANT 1017

THE EVOLUTION OF ANTIFREEZEProblem:Engines need coolingWater freezes duringwinterSummer boil overCooling systemcorrosionInhibitor Depletion/MaintenanceSolution:Radiator with waterAdd Methanol to theradiatorEthylene GlycolCorrosion InhibitorsChange antifreeze, add SCAs(H/D) or use Extended LifeCoolants8

WHAT IS IN COOLANT/ANTIFREEZE?Inhibitors-(4%)Inhibitors Protect MetalsFrom Rust And CorrosionGlycol-(48%)Glycol Provides Boil-Over AndFreeze Point ProtectionWater-(48%)Water Transfers Heat9

10FREEZE PROTECTIONTypically - Ethylene Glycol Water0Temperature, C33% Glycol FreezingProtection -20 C0-20-30-40-60-60-80Max. Protection-90at Eutectic, -68 C020406080Ethylene Glycol Concentration, Wt %100Temperature, F30

AUTOMOTIVE & HEAVY-DUTYCooling System RequirementsSince glycol is common to all coolantformulations, the real discussion centerson inhibitors.The type of inhibitors has evolved asOEM’s strive to increase performanceand longevity.There are 2 types of inhibitors:o Inorganico Organic11

CHEMICAL DEFINITIONSTwo Inhibitor Classes: Organic and InorganicOrganic CompoundsInorganic CompoundsChemicals which containcarbon atomsChemical compoundswhich do not containcarbon atoms12

13COOLANT TECHNOLOGY DEFINITIONSConventional Technology: Inorganic Obsolete Inorganic Inhibitors: Silicate, Phosphate,Borate, Nitrate, Nitrite Fast Film Forming--Short lived, drop-outconcerns Requires addition of supplemental coolantadditive (SCA) when used in Heavy DutyapplicationsShort LivedFully Formulated Technology Inorganic Inhibitors:o Low-Silicate, Borate, Nitrate, Nitriteo No Phosphates SCA Precharged for Heavy-Duty applicationsThe Old TechnologyShort LivedFewer Drop-OutConcerns

14PEAK AUTOMOTIVE COOLANTSFULL PRODUCT LINE ADDRESSING ALLAUTOMOTIVE MARKET SEGMENTS AND REQUIREMENTSGLOBALLIFETIMELONG LIFEDEXCOOLCOMPATIBLECONVENTIONAL

PEAK / FULL FORCE ANTIFREEZE & COOLANTStill A Significant Marketo Average Car Age: 11.1 Yearo Average Truck Age: 10.4 Year15

AUTOMOTIVE CONVENTIONAL TECHNOLOGYAntifreeze & CoolantPropertieso Green coloredo Ethylene glycol basedo Formulated with Inorganic Inhibitorso Protects against freeze-up and boil overo Protects all engine metals, includingaluminum, against rust and corrosiono Works best when used for olderautomobilesCompetitive Productso Shell Zoneo Chevron Supremeo Valvoline Zerex Original Formulao Texaco Antifreeze CoolantRecommended Service IntervalTypically lasts 24 monthsor 24,000 miles16

AUTOMOTIVE OEM INITIAL FILL COOLANTTechnology 100% Changed to ELCOEMEuropeansDate1990’sTechnology ChangeExtended Life 2002Extended Life TechnologyExtended Life TechnologyExtended Life TechnologyExtended Life Technology17

PEAK LONG LIFE ANTIFREEZE & COOLANTAutomotive OAT Extended Life AntifreezeAll Automobiles And Light-Duty Truckso 150,000 Miles / 5 Yearo Compatible With All Technologies18

PEAK LONG LIFE ANTIFREEZE & COOLANTPropertieso Yellow/green coloredo Ethylene glycol basedo Formulated with Organic Inhibitorso Silicate-free and Phosphate-freeo Protects against freeze-up and boil overo Protects all engine metals, including aluminum, againstrust and corrosiono Works in ALL automobiles and light duty trucks,including GM cars and trucks that require DEX-COOL o Meets silicate-free requirements of Japanese OEMso Meets the phosphate-free requirements of EuropeanOEMsCompetitive Productso Prestone All Makes All Modelso Service Pro Universal FormulaRecommended Service IntervalLasts 5 years or 150,000 miles19

PEAK COOL ANTIFREEZE & COOLANTOAT Extended Life Antifreezeo DEX-COOL / GM 6277M Applicationso 150,000 Mile / 5 Year20

PEAK GLOBAL ANTIFREEZE & COOLANTOAT Extended Life Antifreezeo Works in ALL automobiles and light dutytrucks, including GM cars and trucks thatrequire DEX-COOL o Meets silicate-free requirements ofJapanese OEMso Meets the phosphate-free requirements ofEuropean OEMso Lifetime Protection with flush & fill andproper maintenance21

PEAK GLOBAL ANTIFREEZE & COOLANTPropertieso Amber colored, will not change color of currentantifreeze when topping offo Ethylene glycol basedo Formulated with Organic Inhibitorso Silicate-free and Phosphate-freeo Protects against freeze-up and boil overo Protects all engine metals, including aluminum, againstrust and corrosiono Works in ALL automobiles and light duty trucks,including GM cars and trucks that require DEX-COOL o Meets silicate-free requirements of Japanese OEMso Meets the phosphate-free requirements of EuropeanOEMsCompetitive Productso Currently no other product with a lifetime claimRecommended Service IntervalLifetime Protection with flush & filland proper maintenance22

23KEY TAKEAWAYSAutomotive Anti-Freeze/CoolantoConventional or green coolant is a technology that is consideredobsolete by the OE’soJapanese & Europeans have been using Extended Life Coolant (ELC)for over 25 years the US have used it for over 15 yearsoUsing ELC is considered best practiceoPEAK offers a full line up of automotive coolant products to serve allcustomers needsGLOBALLIFETIMELONG LIFEDEXCOOLCOMPATIBLECONVENTIONAL

24HEAVY-DUTY COOLANTSFull Product Line Addressing All Heavy Duty MarketSegments and RequirementsNitrite-FreeExtended LifeNitritedExtended LifeFullyFormulated

FLEET CHARGE FULLY FORMULATEDANTIFREEZE & COOLANTPropertieso Pink/fuchsia coloredo Ethylene glycol basedo Uses Inorganic Inhibitors; Low-Silicate, Borate,Nitriteo Phosphate-free reduces risk of scalingo Precharged with high quality SCAs to prevent wetsleeve liner cavitation. Eliminates mixing errors atinitial fill or at top off.o Protects against freeze-up and boil overo Protects all engine metals, including aluminum,against rust and corrosiono Designed to meet or exceed Heavy-Duty OEMspecificationso Meets ASTM D6210 – specification for a fullyformulated low silicate coolant used in a HeavyDuty application25

FLEET CHARGE FULLY FORMULATEDAntifreeze & CoolantMaintenanceo SCAs must be checked and maintained.o Can last the life of the engine when properlymaintained with high quality SCAs andfilters.Competitive Productso Shell Diesel Ready Coolanto Chevron Heavy-Duty Coolanto Texaco Heavy-Duty Coolanto Prestone Heavy-Duty Coolanto CAT Diesel Engine (DEAC)o Alliance SCA Precharged Coolanto Castrol Heavy-Duty with SCAo Cummins Fleetguard Fleet Coolo Detroit Diesel Power Cool Coolant26

FLEET CHARGE FULLY FORMULATEDAntifreeze & CoolantApproval Letters27

COLOR, COMPATIBILITY, OR MIXINGo Water is Clear & Ethylene Glycol is Clear. Coolants Can Be Dyed Any Color.o All Coolant Are Compatible – However Performance Is Impacted !!o Conventional Coolants & Some ELC Conventional Coolanto ELC More Than 25% Conventional Coolant Conventional Coolant Treat Both Above As Conventional Coolant OKo ELC are long chain hydrocarbons - soaps – they will clean the system up!o Changing or mixing old conventional systems with ELC can uncover leaks.o We recommend maintaining the same technology which is in the vehicle.ELCCONVENTIONAL28

MAINTAINING COOLING SYSTEMSUsing Conventional SCA and Fully Formulated CoolantsoFollow OEM recommended PM and coolant change out intervals. Change out coolant every 200,000 to 250,000 mileso If using a SCA system, use a chemically charged coolant filter to help maintainproper inhibitor levelso Test coolant and water ratio with a refractometero Maintain between A 40% to 60% coolant and 60% to 40% water mix29

TESTING COOLANTo COLOR – indicates technology or mixing – whatever the color of the coolantis (red, pink, yellow, green, gold), it should have a fluorescent color. It shouldnot be brown.o CLARITY – indicates oil, fuel and corrosion. Check your coolant by holding asample in a clear vessel up against the light. If you see floating particles it istime to change your coolant.o ODOR – indicates high pH – ammonia state above 11.0 destroys soft metals –below 8 indicates acidico FREEZE POINT –indicates dilution -20 to -60 Fahrenheit acceptableo CHEMICAL PROTECTION – indicates adequate protection – dilution. For FullFormulated coolants use Nitrite test strips – maintain at a 2,000 ppm level forNitrites. For ELC coolants use ELC test strip – pass / fail. If it fails addconverter/extender as per chart – ½ gallon to 15 gallon system.When should I test the coolant?(Whichever comes first)Every 20,000-25,000 MilesEvery 3 – 4 MonthsEvery 600 – 800 Hours

Antifreeze / Glycol Testing (Freeze point)Test Strips Not accuratewith RedCoolants Small scale ExpireRefractometer (Analog) Very Accurate Will Test EG / PG / Specific gravity Readings will be off on some newercoolantsHydrometers Not veryaccurate Must be cleanedafter every use31

REFRACTOMETER BEST PRACTICEFor Freeze Point AdjustmentDaylight PlateCalibrationScrewMain PrismAssemblyStep 1:Place 2 To 3 Drops Of Coolant Under The Daylight Plate. After 30 Seconds, Go To Step 2.Step 2:Looking Through The Eyepiece, ReadFreeze Point For EG Or PG Base Coolant.FocusAdjustmentRubberGripEyepiece32

THE PROBLEM Fully Formulated CoolantsPoor coolant or poormaintenance contributesto more than 40% of allheavy duty enginefailures33

FULLY FORMULATED COOLANT/SCA SYSTEMSGlycol & Inhibitor Frequency DistributionShaded Area RepresentsDesired Glycol Range Of40% to 60%.120Frequency100806040200Glycol Content34

35GLYCOL CONCENTRATIONSToo LittleGlycolToo MuchGlycolInhibitor levels aretoo low forprotection inConventionalCoolantsOver Heating –Formation of Acids High Acid concentrationleads to corrosion Part failures

36FULLY FORMULATED COOLANT/SCA SYSTEMSFrequency120Shaded Area RepresentsDesired SCA Range Of1.0 to 1.5 Units.10080604020000.511.522.5SCA Units33.544.55

WHY IS MAINTAINING SCALevels Such A Problem?Over TreatedMaxIdealMinUnder TreatedooooInorganic inhibitors depleteTopping off with conventional antifreeze dilutes SCA levelsTopping off with water dilutes SCA levelsThe addition of too many SCA’s37

RESULTS OF POOR SYSTEM MAINTENANCECAVITATIONOr Wet SleeveCylinder Liner PittingCORROSIONDestroys CoolingSystem Metals/PartsSCALESeals In Heat –1/16” scale reducesheat transfer by40%“GREEN GOO”Phosphate AndSilicate Dropout38

HD OEM TRANSITION TOEXTENDED LIFE TECHNOLOGYOEMDateTechnology ChangeEuropeans1990’sExtended Life TechnologyJapanese1990’sExtended Life TechnologyG.M. & Caterpillar1995Extended Life TechnologyPaccar2001Extended Life TechnologyAll HD OEM’s offer2002Extended Life TechnologyAll HD OEM’s FF2010Extended Life TechnologyNo Major OEMs Use Conventional Green Coolantor Fully Formulated As Standard Initial Fill39

HEAVY DUTY COOLANT TECHNOLOGIESOEM INITIAL FILL COOLANT TECHNOLOGY0%Conventional15%Fully Formulated85%Extended Life40

41THE SOLUTION RECOMMENDED BEST PRACTICEExtended Life Coolants

COOLANT TECHNOLOGY DEFINITIONSHybrid Organic Acid Technology (HOAT): Organic InorganicBettero Organic acids, in combination with one or more conventional inhibitorso Fast and slow film forming– longer lasting than conventional, shorter lastingthan OAT. Potential drop-out issuesOrganic Acid Technology: Organic BESToOrganic acids- no Silicates, Phosphates or BoratesoSlower film forming—longer lasting, no drop-out concernsCurrent Technology42

GLOBAL EVOLUTION OF HEAVY-DUTY COOLANTConventionalFully FormulatedExtended LifeFully Formulated43

44WHY ? EXTENDED LIFESuperior Inhibitor provedHeatTransferExcellentRust &CorrosionProtectionExcellentHot SurfaceProtection

45PROTECTION MECHANISMConventionalExtended LifeCoolantCoolantInhibitor Layer: SilicatesPhosphates, Etc.CorrosiveActivityCorrosiveActivityMetalMetal

46DIFFERENCESExtended Life vs ConventionalExtended LifeConventional46

INHIBITORS ORGANIC AND INORGANICCorrosion Inhibitor Depletion RatesOrganic Inhibitors Deplete ata Much Slower Rate ThanInorganic InhibitorsInorganic Inhibitors47

IMPROVED COMPONENT LIFEWet Sleeve Liner ProtectionCAVITATIONA sleeve is inserted in diesel engine blocks too Improve heat transfero Improve serviceability of heavy duty enginesOne of the most common and costly coolingsystem repairs is the perforation of wet sleevecylinder liners.48

WHAT IS CAUSES CAVITATIONOr Wet Sleeve Liner Cavitation?CAVITATIONWhen the piston moves down it createsforce on the Thrust and Anti Thrust side.This moves the liner out and it snaps backcreating an implosion of air bubbles.49

WHAT IS CAUSES CAVITATIONOr Wet Sleeve Liner Cavitation?CAVITATIONThrust on linerIn untreated systems, implodingbubbles bore through the steelliners.50

51PREVENTINGWet Sleeve Liner CavitationCAVITATIONIn treated systems, imploding bubblesare blocked by inhibitorsInorganic inhibitors are destroyed inthis process and must be replaced(nitrite depletion)Organic inhibitors are not used up inthis process

52IMPROVED COMPONENT LIFENo Silicates toplate out onsurfacesNo Phosphates todrop out andform scaleNo Borates whichcan be aggressiveto Aluminum

53IMPROVED HEAT TRANSFERCoolantNo Silicates to form a heat barrierNo Phosphates to help in theformation of scale another heatbarrierMetalCorrosiveActivityHeat

54HEAT TRANSFER RATEHeat Transfer Rate, kW(AT 2 GPM FLOW RATE)3.43.28 % Difference32.80255075100125150175200Time, HoursCarboxylate-basedSilicate-based54

55EXCELLENT RUST & CORROSIONAnd Hot Surface ProtectionCoolantCarboxylate corrosion protectionmechanism provides superior protectionin high heat and coolant dilutionsituationsMetalCorrosiveActivityHeat

56EXTENDED LIFE COOLANTSNitritedorNitrite FreeWhy Both?NitritedExtended LifeNitrite-FreeExtended Life

57NITRITED OR NITRITE FREE WHY BOTH?Recommendable Coolants Glysantin G05 / Glysantin Antikorrosion, BASFGlysantin G48 / Glysantin Protect Plus, BASFMC-31, Bel-RayNapgel C-2230 / BP Kühlerschutz, IneosNapgel C-2270 / BP anti-frost, IneosHavoline AF 824 13F, ArtecoHavoline AF 86G, ArtecoXT 4030 / Glacelf Supra, ArtecoCompleat, FleetguardGenantin extra B, HoechstAnticongelante VM, HQ-MetalETX 6280 / Havoline XLC, ArtecoETX 6024 / Havoline AFC, ArtecoFinal Charge, Old World IndustriesL415, CCIC521, IntacThis recommendation bases on the verification of the corrosion protection properties of coolants with BEHR heatexchangers according to the BEHR standard PN AR.00247. A transmission to other components in the cooling circuitlike the engine, the water pump and so on is not allowed.Koch/ E-AC, Coolants.pptThe copying, distribution and utilization of t his document as well as t he communication of its contents to others without expressed aut horization is prohibited.Offenders will be held liable for t he payment of damages. All rights reserved in the event of the grant of a patent, utility model or ornament al design registration.19901995 Organic Acid Technology (OAT) isevaluated as a Heavy Dutycoolant. Results very good. Final Charge is born!1996 OAT presented to CAT CAT wants Nitrite as extra wet sleeve linerprotection CAT goes Nitrited Organic Acid Technology(NOAT), color red, as first fill Red is established as standard NOAT ELC color1997 Old World stays with OATformulation Continues to test and gather dataon OAT Obtains OE Approvals for OATformulation

NITRITED OR NITRITE FREE WHY BOTH?XNITRITES1997 All major Heavy Duty OEMsthat switch to ELC, useNOAT2009 OWI offers NOAT to market Final Charge NOAT is born! Nitrite comes under fire around theworld both technically andtoxilogically58

NITRITED OR NITRITE FREE WHY BOTH?2009 Growing trend to be NitriteFREE, Europe, Japan,Mercedes, Navistar2010 OE wants new color to separateNOAT from OAT Final Charge Yellow is born!2013 NOAT still primary OE factory fillcoolant But growing trend will benefit NitriteFree Final Charge Global! Test Strip needed to replace nitritetest strip59

FINAL CHARGE GLOBAL EXTENDED LIFECoolant & AntifreezeNITRITE FREEEXTENDED LIFE COOLANT60

61FINAL CHARGE GLOBAL EXTENDED LIFECoolant & AntifreezeMAINTENANCEo 1,000,000 miles or 20,000 hrs / 8 yearswhen proper levels of same or likeExtended Life Coolant is presento Proper maintenance includes toppingoff with same or like Extended LifeCoolanto No SCA maintenance simplifiesmaintenance practiceso Extended service intervals reduceservice and maintenance costs

FINAL CHARGE GLOBAL EXTENDED LIFECoolant & AntifreezePropertieso Red coloredo Ethylene glycol basedo Formulated with Organic Technology (OAT)Inhibitorso NITRITE-FREEo Silicate-free, borate-free, phosphate-freeo Requires NO SCAs or SCA maintenanceo Protects against freeze-up and boil overo Protects all engine metals, including aluminum,against rust and corrosiono Provides Increased heat transfer for engines thatuse EGR and SCR technologieso Non abrasive formula can extend water pumplifeo Meets or exceeds ALL Heavy Duty OEMspecificationso Can be used in automotive applications formixed fleetso Compatible with ALL coolant technologies62

FINAL CHARGE GLOBAL EXTENDED LIFECoolant & AntifreezeApproval LettersRecommendable Coolants Glysantin G05 / Glysantin Antikorrosion, BASFGlysantin G48 / Glysantin Protect Plus, BASFMC-31, Bel-RayNapgel C-2230 / BP Kühlerschutz, IneosNapgel C-2270 / BP anti-frost, IneosHavoline AF 824 13F, ArtecoHavoline AF 86G, ArtecoXT 4030 / Glacelf Supra, ArtecoCompleat, FleetguardGenantin extra B, HoechstAnticongelante VM, HQ-MetalETX 6280 / Havoline XLC, ArtecoETX 6024 / Havoline AFC, ArtecoFinal Charge, Old World IndustriesL415, CCIC521, IntacThis recommendation bases on the verification of the corrosion protection properties of coolants with BEHR heatexchangers according to the BEHR standard PN AR.00247. A transmission to other components in the cooling circuitlike the engine, the water pump and so on is not allowed.Koch/ E-AC, Coolants.pptThe copying, distribution and utilization of t his document as well as t he communication of its contents to others without expressed aut horization is prohibited.Offenders will be held liable for t he payment of damages. All rights reserved in the event of the grant of a patent, utility model or ornament al design registration.63

64FINAL CHARGE GLOBAL EXTENDED LIFECoolant & AntifreezeCompetitive ProductsoooooooooShell Rotella Ultra ELCChevron Delo ELC NFDetroit Diesel Power Cool PlusVolvo VCSKomatsu Super Coolant AF-NACJohn Deere Cool Gard IICummins Fleetguard ESCompleat OATCastrol Heavy Duty ELC

FINAL CHARGE GLOBAL YELLOW EXTENDED LIFECoolant & Antifreezeo Available in a Yellow color for fleets whoprefer a YELLOW, NITRITE FREE ExtendedLife Coolant (i.e. fleets with NavistarMaxxforce engines)o Same great product, just yellow in coloro Full Strength available in drums and bulko 50/50 available in drumso Mileage claim One Million Miles!!!65

FINAL CHARGE NOAT EXTENDED LIFECoolant & AntifreezeNitritedExtended Life Coolant66

FINAL CHARGE NOAT EXTENDED LIFECoolant & AntifreezePropertiesoooooooooooooooooRed coloredEthylene glycol basedFormulated with Organic Technology (OAT) InhibitorsProtects all engine metals, including aluminum, against rust andcorrosionCONTAINS NITRITESSilicate-free, borate-free, phosphate-freeRequires NO SCAs or SCA maintenanceProtects against freeze-up and boil overProvides Increased heat transfer for engines that use EGR and SCRtechnologiesNon abrasive formula can extend water pump lifeMeets or exceeds Heavy Duty OEM specifications that use or allowNITRITED coolantCan be used in automotive applications for mixed fleetsCompatible with ALL NITRITED coolant technologies750,000 miles or 20,000 hrs / 8 years when proper levels of same orlike Extended Life Coolant is presentProper maintenance includes topping-off with same or like ExtendedLife CoolantNo SCA maintenance simplifies maintenance practicesExtended service intervals reduce service and maintenance costs67

FINAL CHARGE NOAT EXTENDED LIFECoolant & AntifreezeCompetitive ProductsooooShell Rotella ELCChevron Delo ELCTexaco ELCCAT ELC68

FINAL CHARGE GLOBAL OAT TEST STRIPShttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v p-iExLCDwzY&list PLnc9 Xy1Et3H RO-c7yP pzCJO4ux2h7X&index 269

FINAL CHARGE PROGRAM MAINTENANCEo Test Coolant Freeze Point with arefractometero Test Coolant inhibitor content withFinal Charge Inhibitor Level Test Strip. Adjust if “Low” (drain 10% coolantcapacity & replace with FinalCharge 50/50 pre-mixo Replace coolant filters (if utilizing )with a “Blank, Non-Chemical” ?v 6zNVlm3PNC0

71WHY PEOPLE RESIST THE CHANGE TO ELCo People are inherently resistant to changeo They have heard of or experienced issues with the change Leaks Change out implementation CUMMINS ISSUE & hearsayo Disposal of old coolant, current inventory

CONVERSION FROM CONVENTIONAL SYSTEMSTo Extended Life CoolantMaintain vehicles onFully Formulateduntil sold Continue to add SCA’a Could use ELC as top offMaintain all newvehicles on ELC72

CONVERSION FROM CONVENTIONAL SYSTEMSTo Extended Life CoolantFlush and FillFlush withwaterRemoveChargedSCA filterReplacewith BlankFilterDrain allwaterFill withExtendedLifeCoolant50/50AdjustFreeze Pointif neededIdentify withnew ProductSticker73

74CONVERTERFINAL CHARGE Converter is specifically designedto convert properly maintained conventional orfully-formulated coolants to the performance levelof FINAL CHARGE Global Extended Life coolant.ooooBenefitsProvides Final Charge Extended life coolantbenefitsEliminates coolant waste disposal costsSimplifies change procedures and reduceslabor costsCandidates for converter must have beenproperly maintained.

CONVERTING USING CONVERTERo Visually inspect coolant for clarity. Coolant should be “clear” and free ofoil, fuel contamination. Brown or rusty color would indicate a corrosivecoolant. If clarity is poor, drain and re-fill with new Final Charge 50/50Pre-Mix ELC coolant.Engine OilTransmission FluidPossible burntcoolant or rust

CONVERTING USING CONVERTERo Test Freeze Point (glycol concentration) with a refractometer. Makeadjustments as per available adjustment table.

CONVERTING USING CONVERTERo Using the ACUSTRIP 40240 Test Strip, test nitrite and pH levels and% OAT Nitrite levels should be between 800-3,000 ppm pH levels should be between 8-11o If pH level is unacceptable, drain, flush and fill the system with FinalCharge 50/50 Pre-Mix ELC.o If pH level is acceptable, nitrite levels are low but % OAT level isacceptable, no further maintenance is required.o If pH level is acceptable and nitrite level is low and OAT level isunacceptable ( 75), add FINAL CHARGE Converter

CONVERTING USING CONVERTERo Add Final Charge Converter perinstructions on back label.o If equipped with a coolant filter,replace with a “blank” / non-chemical coolant filtero Install an ELC conversion sticker tothe surge tank.

MAINTAINING AN ELC COOLING SYSTEM1.Use only ELC 50/50 pre-diluted coolant when topping-off the coolingsystem.2.If extended life coolant is not available, top-off the cooling system withwater. If freeze protection is not needed then adjust freeze point whenconcentrate ELC when available.3.Maintain between a 45% to 60% coolant and a 55% to 40% water mix4.Do not add supplemental coolant additives (SCA’s) to the coolingsystem or use chemically charged filters.5.After conversion, you are good to go ONE MILLION MILES!79

80WHY THE WORLD IS MOVING TOExtended Life CoolantsoooooSaves everyone money Eliminates the cost of SCA’sReduces down time for maintenanceReduces parts repair & replacement25% dilution without loss of performanceCost calculatorShow your customers how they can save money!http://www.peakhd.com/dashboard/

KEY TAKEAWAYSHeavy-Duty Coolant/Anti-Freezeo Conventional or green coolant is a technology that is considered obsoleteby the OE’so Fully Formulated (FF)coolants include SCA’s which protect the systembetter than conventional/green technology, however it is considered anolder less effective technology when compared to extended life coolantso Using Extended Life Coolants (ELC) is considered best practice and themajority of the OE’s have moved or are moving to this technologyo ELC offer a superior and more robust inhibitor package that providesimproved component lifeo ELC’s offer simpler maintenance practices that save operators time andmoney81

PEAK COOL ANTIFREEZE & COOLANT OAT Extended Life Antifreeze o DEX-COOL / GM 6277M Applications o 150,000 Mile / 5 Year 20. . o Cummins Fleetguard Fleet Cool o Detroit Diesel Power Cool Coolant FLEET CHARGE FULLY FORMULATED

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