Atlas DOT 3 Heavy Duty Brake Fluid

Atlas DOT 3 Heavy Duty Brake Fluid is a high boiling synthetic brake fluid which conforms with the following standards SAE J1703, FMVSS 116 DOT 3, ISO 4925 and JIS K2233 specifications with safety standards. The development of this product which therefore offers superior performance combined with a greater safety margin.


Atlas DOT 3 Heavy Duty Brake Fluid is designed to be used in the hydraulic brake and clutch systems of
passenger cars and commercial vehicles with the exception of those systems where a mineral based fluid is
recommended. Suitable for disc or drum brake systems.


  • Excellent protection against corrosion and wear

  • Resistant to high temperature operating condition

  • Good compatibility with rubber seal

  • Prevent gum formation between piston & cylinder

Typical Characteristics

The physical and chemical properties shown in table are average value based on recent production, they
are not limiting values. Minor variation which do not effect performance are to be expected in normal

Appearance Visual Light amber
Specific Gravity at 15 0C g/ml ASTM D-4052 1.125
Kinematics Viscosity at 100 0C, mm2/sec ASTM D-445 2.02
Kinematics Viscosity at -40 0C, mm2/sec SAE J 1704 1188
Reflux Boiling Point 0C (COC) SAE J 1703 240
Wet Boiling Point 0C (COC) SAE J 1703 149
pH —- 8.25

The typical characteristics mentioned represent mean values.

It is recommended that Atlas DOT 3 Heavy Duty Brake Fluid should be changed according to the vehicle
manufacturer’s advice.

Safety, Health and Environment

Atlas DOT 3 Heavy Duty Brake Fluid unlikely to have any significant health or safety hazard when
properly used in recommended application and follow good standards of personal hygiene.

Avoid prolong contact with skin. Use impermeable gloves while handling oil. After skin contact, wash
with soap and water.

All packages should be stored under cover. Where outside storage is unavoidable drums should be laid
horizontally to avoid the possible ingress of water and the obliteration of drum markings. Products
should not be stored above 60°C, exposed to hot sun or freezing conditions.