Brake Fluid Plant

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US $50,000-75,000 / Units | 1 Unit/Units as per requirement (Min. Order)
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Brake fluid plant
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Brake Fluid Plant



Single Source responsibility for complete plant design right from Civil-Mechanical-Electrical to Chemical process.
Client's scope of work limited to bare minimum.
Know how and training based on years of manufacturing experience.
Modern Laboratory set up to meet international specifications.
Plant design complies with international standards and safety features.



Automotive brake fluid has many responsibilities. Corrosion protection and lubrication of brake system components are only a portion of the role brake fluid must play.

All automobiles that have a hydraulic braking system must use brake fluid in order for the brake system to operate. The type of fluid used can depend on the type of vehicle and the demands of the vehicles brake system. The two most common brake fluids used in the automotive industry are fluids that contain Polyalkylene Glycol Ether and fluid that contains Silicone or Silicium-based Polymer. Both Fluids are common but very different in regards to the manner in which they perform. Fluids containing Polyalklene Glycol Ether are more widely used and are the only fluids that should be used in racing brake systems. Because brake systems may reach extreme temperatures brake fluid must have the ability to withstand these temperatures and not degrade rapidly.



Fluids containing Silicone are generally used in military type vehicles and because Silicone based fluids will not damage painted surfaces they are also somewhat common in show cars.

Silicone-based fluids are regarded as DOT 5 fluids. They are highly compressible and can give the driver a feeling of a spongy pedal. The higher the brake system temperature the more the compressibility of the fluid and this increases the feeling of a spongy pedal.

Silicone based fluids are non-hydroscopic meaning that they will not absorb or mix with water. When water is present in the brake system it will create a water/fluid/water/fluid situation. Because water boils at approximately 212º F, the ability of the brake system to operate correctly decreases, and the steam created from boiling water adds air to the system. It is important to remember that water may be present in any brake system. Therefore silicone brake fluid lacks the ability to deal with moisture and will dramatically decrease a brake systems performance.


Fluids containing Poly Glycol ethers are regarded as DOT 3, 4, and DOT 5.1. These type fluids are Hydroscopic meaning they have an ability to mix with water and still perform adequately. However, water will drastically reduce the boiling point of fluid. In a passenger car this is not an issue. In a race car it is a major issue because as the boiling point decreases the performance ability of the fluid also decreases.

Poly glycol type fluids are 2 times less compressible than silicone type fluids, even when heated. Less compressibility of brake fluid will increase pedal feel. Changing fluid on a regular basis will greatly increase the performance of the brake system.

FLUID SPECIFICATIONS All brake fluids must meet federal standard #116. Under this standard is three Department of Transportation (DOT) minimal specifications for brake fluid. They are DOT 3, DOT 4, and DOT 5.1 (for fluids based with Polyalkylene Glycol Ether) and DOT 5 (for Silicone based fluids).

MINIMAL boiling points for these specifications are as follows :

Racing brake fluids always exceeds the DOT specifications for dry boiling points. Wet boiling points generally remain the same.


The term boiling point when used regarding brake fluid means the temperatures that brake fluid will begin to boil.


The minimum temperatures that brake fluids will begin to boil when the brake system contains 3% water by volume of the system.


The temperatures that brake fluid will boil with no water present in the system.


Water/moisture can be found in nearly all brake systems. Moisture enters the brake system in several ways. One of the more common ways is from using old or pre-opened fluid. Keep in mind, that brake fluid draws in moisture from the surrounding air. Tightly sealing brake fluid bottles and not storing them for long periods of time will help keep moisture out. When changing or bleeding brake fluid always replace master cylinder caps as soon as possible to prevent moisture from entering into the master cylinder. Condensation, (small moisture droplets) can form in lines and calipers. As caliper and line temperatures heat up and then cool repeatedly, condensation occurs, leaving behind an increase in moisture/water. Over time the moisture becomes trapped in the internal sections of calipers, lines, master cylinders, etc. When this water reaches 212º F the water turns to steam. Many times air in the brake system is a result of water that has turned to steam. The build up of steam will create air pressure in the system, sometimes to the point that enough pressure is created to push caliper pistons into the brake pad. This will create brake drag as the rotor and pads make contact and can also create more heat in the system. Diffusion is another way in that water/moisture may enter the system.

Diffusion occurs when over time moisture enters through rubber brake hoses. The use of hoses made from EPDM materials (Ethlene-Propylene-Diene-Materials) will reduce the amount of diffusion OR use steel braided brake hose with a non-rubber sleeve (usually Teflon) to greatly reduce the diffusion process.






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Frigmaires an ISO 9001-2008 Company offers complete Plant on Turn Key basis along with the know how / training / formulation to Manufacture Paints, Inks, Dry Mix Mortars , Lubricants , Grease etc.

Over the years as the country was aiming towards self reliance and industrialisation, our firm jointly with our clients took up the challenge in finding solutions and developing cost effective equipment's & process for meeting their stringent requirements. Along with the growth of our clients grew our reputation, experience and knowledge of the manufacturing process and technologies which we wish to pass on to industrialists & entrepreneurs desirous of setting up new industries, expanding or diversifying, their present range of activity.

We have been working closely with our clients to tailor machines to their requirements. We offer trial runs on lab machines to get the manufacturing process right the first time.

Our manufacturing facilities are equipped with machinery and fabrication equipment. Over 90% of our jobs are carried out in house with a team of skilled work force and qualified engineers. Each stage of manufacture is closely inspected for quality and workmanship.



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