When the brake fluid starts boiling, it’s too late. Braking gives rise to high brake fluid temperatures. In extreme cases the fluid begins to boil and causes vapor or gas bubbles to form in the brake system. This vapor or gas can be compressed allowing the brake pedal to be pressed all the way to the floor but the vehicles braking system is not functioning properly.
High performance formula
Minimal drop in boiling point due to outstanding water binding properties
Meets SAE J1703 and FMVSS 116-DOT4 standards
Dry boiling point: 536F
Wet boiling point: 388F