ETG-1000 Cooling System Treatment Concentrate
Diesel Engine Corrosion Inhibitor
Designed to protect cast iron diesel engine cooling systems
Contains additives to protect against sludge and mineral scale formation
Effective against liner pitting and cavitation erosion
Not harmful to radiator or heater connecting hoses, diesel liner seals and O-ring
Recommended and used by major diesel engine manufacturers throughout the world
ETG-1000 functions as a protective, film-forming corrosion inhibitor and scale suppressant to keep engines clean and free from scale, and reduces downtime and maintenance costs.
The product protects cooling systems against corrosion, liner pitting, cavitation-erosion, mineral scale deposits and electrolysis.
Solubility in water: Soluble in all proportions
Refer to the ETG-1000 Material Safety Data Sheet for additional chemical and physical properties.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
1. Before Treatment: Drain, chemically clean and flush the cooling system before charging with
ETG-1000 to remove dirt, deposits, oil and rust particles.
2. Initial Dosage: Add ETG-1000 to the system at an initial dosage of 1 pint for every
4 gallons of cooling system capacity.
3. Preventive Maintenance Treatment:
Top Off: Never top off with plain water. Always top up with a mixture of one part ETG-1000 for every 32 parts of clean, soft water.
Make Up Dosage: Maintain the correct treatment level of inhibitor level by adding additional
For systems less than 20 gallons: One pint for every 4 gallon capacity, every 12,000 miles or 250 hours.
For systems larger than 20 gallons: One pint for every 20 gallons capacity, every routine service.
Product Life: ETG-1000, once in use, should be drained and flushed once every 12 months.
For control, use a test kit available from Energy Technology Group that tests for glycol and nitrite.
Maintain a nitrite reserve of 1000 - 1500 ppm.
HANDLING AND STORAGE
Read the label and Material Safety Data Sheet for complete handling information before using this product.
ETL-1000 may be stored up to one year. The product becomes "mushy" at 15°F (26°C) and is satisfactory for use after complete thawing.
This product is made under ISO9002.
Technical representatives can assist in the evaluation and implementation of a treatment program involving this product.
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