Coolant G48® Blue Green
Product Specs

Product Code:


Freeze Protection:

Antifreeze content % in volume (out of 100 parts of the blend): -18°C 33%, -26°C 40%, -32°C 45%, -38°C 50%, -46°C 55%, -55°C 60%.

It is important to prepare coolant/water mix outside of cooling circuit and before filling it.

Fields of Application:

Pakelo Coolant G48® Blue Green is a protection fluid for cooling and heat exchange systems of recent and previous generation engines. The product is particularly recommended for new generation cooling systems using last generation metal alloys and gaskets and working with high temperatures.

Pakelo Coolant G48® Blue Green provides longer working life and it has been developed for cooling systems of light duty, heavy duty and stationary engines. Please follow performance levels and approval recommendations to know the suitable application for the product. For maximum drain intervals (kilometers or operating times, whichever comes first) please follow OEM’s Recommendations.

Levels of Performance:

AS 2108-2004, ASTM D3306/D4985, SAE J1034, AFNOR NF R 15-601, Önorm V5123, CUNA NC956-16, JIS K 2234:2006, SANS 1251:2005, SH 0521-1999, BS 6580:2010.


BMW/MINI/Rolls Royce (built as from 1998) N 600 69.0, MB/Maybach/Smart Spec. 325.0, Deutz H-LV 0161 0188, Jaguar (vehicles built up until 1999) VIN 878388, Jenbacher TA-Nr. 1000-0201, Liebherr TLV 035 / TLV 23009A, MAN 324 Type NF, MAN B&W List 3.3.7, MTU MTL 5048, Opel/Vauxhall (vehicles built up until 2000) B 040 0240, Porsche (all models except 911, built up until 1995), Saab 690 1599, Van Hool, Volvo Car 1286083 Issue 002, Volvo Truck (vehicles built up until 2005), VW/Audi/Seat/Skoda (vehicles built up until 1996) TL 774-C.

Engine coolant concentrate based on ethylene glycol to be diluted with water before use. Hybrid coolant with based on organic acid salts and silicates. Free of nitrites, amines, phosphates.

Pakelo Coolant G48® Blue Green is an innovative anti-freeze/coolant, easily biodegradable, that contains a corrosion inhibitor package based on organic acid salts and silicates (hybrid coolant). It is free of nitrites, amines and phosphates.

Mono Ethylene Glycol based coolant, Pakelo Coolant G48® Blue Green effectively protects engine cooling systems against overheating, frost, corrosion and deposits. Through its special inhibitors the product protects all metallic engine components against corrosion for a period superior to that of conventional coolants.

Pakelo Coolant G48® Blue Green is a concentrate product to be diluted in water before use. It can be mixed with water at any percentage and it provides good stability also if mixed with hard waters. The product should be mixed with demineralized, deionized water or soft water. It is also allowed the use of not hard tap water (water hardness less than 2,7 mmol/l). Do not use sea water, waste water, industrial waste water, etc.. and water with chloride and sulphate content more than 100 ppm each. The optimal blend of coolant and water is at a 50/50 volume ratio. In this way freeze protection provided is up to -38°C. To guarantee a good protection against corrosion and at the same time a freeze protection we recommend the use of coolant in water between 33% and 60% in volume.

Pakelo Coolant G48® Blue Green provides several properties both to Constructors and to the end consumer. The use of this special product guarantees:

  • better heat transfer properties;
  • better compatibility with new generation aluminium heat exchangers;
  • reduced maintenance especially during the warranty period (thermostat, radiator, water pump, etc.);
  • superior anti-corrosion protection for long periods;
  • application in mixed fleets (cars, vans, heavy duty systems, excavators, etc.);
  • more environmentally friendly thanks to the easy biodegradability of the product;
  • greater reliability due to the highly stabilized inhibitor agents;
  • difficult incidental ingestion due to the bitter taste of the product.
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