The original TYP 200 ATE brake fluid is a high-performance brake fluid with a dry boiling point of
280 °C and a wet boiling point of 200 °C. This top-of-the-range product lies 20 °C over the
DOT 5.1 standard and surpasses this standard in nearly all the other requirements as well.
This means that cars can go with a recommended interval of at least every two years (check owners manual) for a fluid change, more often if you track or race your car regularly. products with a lower wet boiling point have to be replaced considerably more often (e.g. DOT 3 products should be replaced annually).
Boiling point: min.280° C/536° F
Wet boiling point: min. 198° C/ 388.4° F
Viscosity at –40° C/ –40° F: max. 1,400 mm²/s
Viscosity at +100° C/ 212° F :2.2 to 2.8 mm²/s
Water content: max. 0.20%
Brake fluid must be replaced regularly. The replacement
intervals specified by the vehicle manufacturer must be
complied with. The instructions of the vehicle manufacturer with respect to the brake fluid specification must
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