ATE Typ 200 Brake Fluid
ATE brake fluid is the perfect application for any performance brake upgrade, with improved Viscosity, boiling point and pressure behaviour to allow the brakes to react quickly and reliably for every vehicle and every application.
The right choice – guaranteed
From classic cars to racing cars and from small cars to large SUVs with ABS and ESP®, ATE has exactly the right brake fluid for every requirement. So you can be sure that all the brake systems will function at their best.
High-quality additives in ATE brake fluids provide excellent protection against rust. This makes the brakes more resistant and more durable – and so much safer in the long term.
This product data sheet describes the properties of the ATE DOT 4 TYP 200 brake fluid intended for use as hydraulic fluids in brake and clutch systems of motor vehicles. This brake fluid for hydraulic brake and clutch systems of motor vehicles exhibits the best capability for water absorption and the highest boiling point reserve of all ATE brake fluids. The composition is governed by the water-binding polyethylene glycol ether boric acid esters and additives specially developed for this high-performance fluid. The wet boiling point has been maximized at approx. 200°C in order to permit long intervals between brake fluid changes and to minimize the risk of vapor lock caused by used, watered brake fluid in heated-up brake calipers after extremely severe braking.
ATE DOT 4 TYP 200 brake fluid meets and even exceeds the requirements of brake fluid standards including FMVSS No. 116 – DOT 4, SAE J1704 and ISO 4925, Class 4. Shelf life at storage temperatures of –20° C/–4° F to 40°C/104°F: Up to 5 years in the original, factory-sealed packaging.
- Condition Homogenous
- Transparent Color Yellow
- 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 be observed.