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Radiator Hose Connector Gates 28603 For DAEWOO HOLDEN

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Gates Hose Connector 28603

  • Heat and ozone resistant cover
  • Engineered to resist electrochemical degradation - the leading cause of hose failure
  • SAE 20R4 and 20R3 Type EC Class D-1 and D-2 specifications
  • Temperature rating: -400 C to 1350 C in coolant hose applications

The primary cause of coolant hose failure is an electrochemical attack on the rubber compound in the hose.

This phenomenon is known as electrochemical degradation or ECD. It occurs because the hose liquid coolant and engine/radiator ?ttings form a galvanic cell or battery.

This creates a chemical reaction which causes micro-cracks to form in the hose tube. Coolant seeps into these cracks or stryations and begins to break down the reinforcement.

This leads to hose failure and ultimately roadside breakdowns.

About Gates Automotive

Gates work with virtually every original equipment manufacturer worldwide to design products for new vehicles as they are being developed.

These strong relationships together with our commitment to continuous innovation enable us to offer a complete line of OE quality Belts & Tensioners products for the automotive aftermarket.

Gates automotive parts are as good as the original or better.

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Radiator Hose Connector Gates 28603 For DAEWOO HOLDEN

$9.17 $14.32

Gates Hose Connector 28603

The primary cause of coolant hose failure is an electrochemical attack on the rubber compound in the hose.

This phenomenon is known as electrochemical degradation or ECD. It occurs because the hose liquid coolant and engine/radiator ?ttings form a galvanic cell or battery.

This creates a chemical reaction which causes micro-cracks to form in the hose tube. Coolant seeps into these cracks or stryations and begins to break down the reinforcement.

This leads to hose failure and ultimately roadside breakdowns.

About Gates Automotive

Gates work with virtually every original equipment manufacturer worldwide to design products for new vehicles as they are being developed.

These strong relationships together with our commitment to continuous innovation enable us to offer a complete line of OE quality Belts & Tensioners products for the automotive aftermarket.

Gates automotive parts are as good as the original or better.

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