brake part against corrosion, it does not chemically change its properties even at high temperatures
change. Brake fluids are usually based on glycol or silicone. These two materials
does not fit together, so it is essential to know what brake fluid you are using before topping up. DOT 3, DOT 4,
DOT 5.1 is used for cars, trucks, DOT 5 is more often used for military
machinery and sports cars and motorcycles that require higher boiling
• The Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) in the USA classifies three
main classes of brake fluids according to FMVSS 116.
These categories are DOT 3, DOT 4 and DOT 5. DOT 5, hereinafter referred to as DOT 5 – silicone
based brake fluid (SBBF) or DOT 5.1 – non – silicone based.
• The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) classifies several other classes of brake fluids according to ISO
Document 4925: Class 3, Class 4, Class 5.1, and Class 6.
• The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) classifies the other three types: SAE J1703, SAE J1704, and SAE J1705.
Ltd. Greenlab Solutions can offer DOT3, DOT4 and DOT5.1 type brake fluids.
According to the customer’s request, the products can be bottled in IBC containers, 200 liter barrels or packed in small-capacity packaging, such as 0.5 liter bottle, 1 liter bottle, 4/5/10/25 liter canisters.