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RV Antifreeze Drum - 50 Gallons

SKU: 004730088  |

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$159.99

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RV Antifreeze Drum - 50 Gallons

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RV Antifreeze protects from freezing down -50º Fahrenheit. There is no mixing of the antifreeze. This antifreeze is non-toxic and tasteless. Use 1 gallon for small units with no tanks, appoximatly 2 gallons for units under 18 feet, use 3 gallons for 18 - 20 feet long. Use 3 or more gallons in cabins. Safe for all pool surfaces including copper, brass, plastic, but not acetate.

Use For

  • Recreational Vehicle
  • Boats
  • Swiming Pools
  • vacation Homes

Not for use in engines

Specs
SKU 004730088
Model R.V. ANTI. DRU
Weight 451.0000
Color No
Size No
Width No
In Store Only No
Price $159.99
Warranty
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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  • From Terry at 9/19/14 11:23 AM
    • Q: what is boiling point of this antifreeze? I have a hot water heat in my barn and want to use antifreeze instead of plain water. I use a hot water tank for heating a closed system.
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    • A: Hello,

      When speaking with the manufacture they would not suggest using this antifreeze for a hot water heater since it is flammable. There is no boiling point available to list, but there is a possibility if the antifreeze is heated is could release a gas instead of just clean vapor as water would release.
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