Why Wet And Dry Boiling Points Are Important

Why Wet And Dry Boiling Points Are Important

The higher the wet boiling point, the less likely it is that the brake fluid will boil under hot braking conditions.

Brake-fluid boiling points are characterized by the wet boiling point and dry boiling point. 

The dry boiling point is the temperature at which fresh brake fluid from an unopened container will boil. The wet boiling point refers to the temperature that brake fluid will boil after it has absorbed 3.7 percent water by volume.

This video is sponsored by ADVICS.

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