NALCOOL N05 Heavy Duty Long Life Ethylene Glycol Premix Coolant
N05 Diesel Engine Coolant is a low silicate, phosphate-free and amine-free, fully formulated, hybrid organic technology, automotive and heavy-duty diesel engine premixed coolant.
This product does not require a charge of Supplemental Coolant Additive (SCA) during the initial fill. The product was designed for use in both automotive and heavy-duty diesel applications and is compatible with heat rejecting aluminum surfaces.
Long Life, Hybrid Organic Technology – 1,000,000km 4 years or 12,000 hours prior to first SCA requirement in a heavy-duty diesel application.
No initial charge of supplementary coolant additive (SCA) required.
(Not required to meet ASTM D6210).
Universal use – meets or exceeds standard industry requirements for automotive and heavy-duty diesel applications for a fully formulated anti-freeze anti-boil premix coolant.
Product is compatible with other engine coolants; although to get best performance (regarding issues such as long life and time between SCA addition), it is best to flush the old coolant and replace with Nalcool N05 premix or Nalcool NF48C concentrate at a 50% blend.
Nalcool N05 H/Duty Long Life Engine Coolant meets or exceeds the performance requirements of the following engine manufacturers coolant specifications and many others:
OEM / Agency Specifications
ASTM D-3306 / D-4985 / D-6210
AS/NZS 2108.1:1997 Type A
JIS K 2234
Caterpillar EC 1 (Section 2.3 -4.5 incl.)
Cummins Bulletin CES14603
Detroit Diesel Bulletin # 7SE 298
GM 1825M / 1899M, GM Heavy Truck
John Deere JDM HD24
Massey Ferguson D-4985 / D3306
Mack ASTM D-4985, HeavyTruck, Mack E7
Mercedes-Benz DBL 325.2.
MTU (EVP 1 1827/MTL 5048)
SAE J 1034 / J 1941
Saab-Scania 6901Type D
Daimler Chrysler MS 7170, MS9769
Ford ESE-M97B44A, ESE-M97B18-C
New Holland WSN-M97B18-D
Perkins D-4985 / D-3306
Volvo Heavy Truck
US Federal A-A-870-A
TMC RP 329
GMH/Isuzu HN 2217
Nissan ASTM D-3306/ ASTM D-4985
Mitsubishi AS/NZS 2108.1:2004 Type A
Waukensha Technical Bulletin Forum 6274 First Edition