Delo FleetFix CME
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Delo® FleetFix® CME has been formulated to provide an easy conversion, maintenance and extender formula in one package to help customers either convert to or maintain Delo ELC performance levels in their coolant systems for diesel engines.
Delo FleetFix CME is easy to use but requires a different process than the one used for a conversion done draining, flushing and refilling or just draining and filling. The cooling system should be cool (<100oF/38oC) before beginning the conversion procedure. General Delo Fleetfix CME conversion steps:
Delo® FleetFix® CME delivers value through:
- Beneficial Formulation — The concentrated corrosion inhibitor are diluted in a 50/50 mix of water and ethylene glycol. Use of Delo FleetFix CME will not affect the freeze point of a cooling system for either conversion/maintenance/extender as long as the cooling system is currently at 50/50 dilution.
- Easy to Use — Delo FleetFix CME is easy to use, simply add to the cooling system at the appropriate level, whether it is being used as an extender, maintenance fluid or converting a system to Delo ELC. The Chevron Kool Tools Kit contains easy to use recommendation charts to assist with conversion/maintenance/extending Delo ELC and protecting your cooling system.
- Long Service Life — When using Delo FleetFix CME properly, the Delo ELC coolant will have a service life of 600,000 miles/1,000,000 km/12,000 hours/6 years if correct top-up and maintenance practices are followed.
- Wide Service Application — The Delo FleetFix CME product can be used by customers with on-road, off-road or industrial cooling systemsWARNING: Even-though Delo Fleetfix CME contains glycol and water, it should not be used as a coolant/antifreeze. Delo FleetFix CME is to be used only as an extender, maintenance or conversion fluid.
Always confirm that the product selected is consistent with the original equipment manufacturer’s recommendation for the equipment operating conditions and customer’s maintenance practices