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Guide for Preparation of Antifreeze Solution.
Ethylene-glycol (- 60°F )
inhibited (O-A-548)
Lowest expected
Quarts per gallon
ambient
Specific gravity
Arctic grade antifreeze
temperature
of coolant capacity
(-90°F) MIL-A-11755
(68°F)
(°F)
(Notes 1, 2)
1.022
Freezing point of -90°F.
3/4
+20
1.036
Issued ready for use and must
1
+10
1 1/3
1.047
not be mixed with any other
0
1.055
1 2/3
liquid.
-l0
1.062
1 3/4
-20
1.067
2
-30
1.073
2 1/8
-40
2 1/4
-50
2 1/3
-60
Below -60
Use arctic grade
antifreeze
(-90°F)
NOTES :
1.
Includes heaters.
Proportions are in terms of ethylene-glycol per gallon and not quarts of
2.
ethylene-glycol added to each gallon of water. For example, at ­30°F
a gallon of coolant contains two quarts of ethylene­glycol and two quarts
of water ( 2 quarts + 2 quarts = 4 quarts = 1 gallon).

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