Silicone brake fluid
The traditional brake fluid is a glycol-based hydraulic transmission oil. The maximum weakness of glycol brake fluid is easy to absorb water, which reduces its boiling point. When braking quickly, the high temperature generated by the brake will cause water and The ethylene glycol mixture boils, causing a gas plug phenomenon and causing a damping of the brake fluid storage. In addition, the water-absorbed glycol brake fluid can also corrode the surface of the paint.
Due to its excellent chemical inertness, hydrophobicity and high temperature resistance, silicone oil can satisfactorily overcome the problems of corrosion, gas plug and storage attenuation caused by glycol-based brake fluid.