Peak launches new high-performance extended life antifreeze + coolant

Peak launches new high-performance extended life antifreeze + coolant

The introduction of the new Peak marks Old World Industries’ first major launch in the extended life antifreeze/coolant segment.


Old World Industries has launched its new Peak Antifreeze + Coolant.

The introduction of the new Peak marks Old World Industries’ first major launch in the extended life antifreeze/coolant segment.

Peak Antifreeze + CoolantPeak antifreeze and coolant is engineered with a formula ,which includes a combination of scale-fighting inhibitors and organic acid corrosion inhibitors, Old World Industries says. Old World Industries says the new Peak Antifreeze + Coolant contains ten times the scale-fighting inhibitors and provides more than two times the warranty coverage for a minimum of 10 years/300,000 miles versus certain legacy Peak Antifreeze + Coolant technologies that have a 5 year/150,000 mile warranty.

The launch of new PEAK Antifreeze + Coolant coincides with a recent expansion of PEAK original equipment technology Antifreeze + Coolant availability, which is now carried in over 30 retailers including AutoZone, Advance Auto and Pep Boys, the company says.

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