Brake Fluid

Premium DOT 3 Brake Fluid
FMVSS (Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard) No. 116 (DOT3), SAE J1703

Premium DOT 3 Brake Fluid

MAG 1 Premium Brake Fluids provides an extra margin of safety to meet or exceed Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 116 and Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J1703 specifications.

 

 

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Inspection Data Typical Physical Properties of
MAG 1 Premium DOT 3 Brake Fluid
Kinematic Viscosity, at 100°C, cSt min.   2.0
High Temp. Stability, °C change, max.   1°C(2°F)
Chemical Stability, °C change, max.   1°C(2°F)
Inversion Time at -40°C   6
Inversion Time at -50°C   7
Equilibrium Reflex Boiling Point, °C (°F) min.   256 (494)
Wet Equilibrium Reflex Boiling Point, °C (°F) min.   145 (292)
Corrosion weight change, mg/cm2, max. Tinned Iron   0.00
Corrosion weight change, mg/cm2, max. Steel   0.01
Corrosion weight change, mg/cm2, max. Aluminum   0.01
Corrosion weight change, mg/cm2, max. Cast Iron   0.01
Corrosion weight change, mg/cm2, max. Brass   0.02
Corrosion weight change, mg/cm2, max. Copper   0.02
Evaporation at 100 °C: Loss in weight, % max.   32.8
Evaporation at 100 °C: Pour point of residue, °C max.   <-5
Water tolerance: Inversion time at -40°C, sec., max.   2
Water Tolerance: Sedimentation at 60°C, vol. %, max.   0.0
Compatibility: Sedimentation at 60°C, vol. % max.   <0.00
Resistance to oxidation - Wt. change, mg/cm2, amx. Aluminum   0.00
Resistance to oxidation - Wt. change, mg/cm2, amx. Cast Iron   0.02
Effects on rubber cups at 70°C: Base diameter increase, mm   0.15
Effects on rubber cups at 70°C: Hardness decrease, IRHD, max.   2
Effects on rubber cups at 120°C: Base diameter increase, mm   0.22
Effects on rubber cups at 120°C: Hardness decrease, IRHD, max.   3
Kinematic Viscosity, at -40°C, cSt   936

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