Brake Fluids - Scope Lubricants Russia



United Grease & Lubricants Co. LLC with its brand name 'SCOPE' was established in the year 2001. The plant has undergone a series of developments and expansion and is now one of the most technologically advance plants in the middle east.


Category: Brake Fluids

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Scope Lubricant’s Brake fluid is a type of hydraulic fluid used in hydraulic brake and hydraulic clutch application. Simply stated, when you apply your foot to the brake pedal, brake fluid transfers this force into pressure to the front and rear brakes, causing the vehicle to stop. It works because liquids are highly viscous, which causes a liquid’s pressure to resist volume change.


Brake fluid is a liquid that is used in the braking system of a vehicle. It is also called hydraulic fluid. Scope Lubricant brake fluid provides the necessary hydraulic pressure to the brake calipers to stop the car when needed. It also helps to cool down the brakes and prevent corrosion of brake components. Scope lubricant brake fluid is designed for use in a variety of braking systems, especially those that are subjected to harsh conditions.


The majority of brake fluids on the market today are glycol-based, making them perfect for high-performance automobiles with a braking system that frequently hits moderate brake temperatures. Scope Lubricant Brake fluid is hydrophobic and silicone-based, thus it repels water. Silicone fluid does not absorb water from the environment while in use, resulting in a significantly longer service life and improved corrosion resistance of the braking system’s major components.


Scope Lubricant’s Braking Fluid is designed to protect the metals used inside calipers, wheel cylinders, master cylinders and control valves. As moisture enters the system, the fluid protects it from corrosion. To aid in this, additives (corrosion inhibitors) are added to the base brake fluid.

Even at high temperatures, our brake fluids maintain a low compressibility to handle a variety of climatic situations. This is necessary in order to maintain a consistent brake pedal feel. Your driving pedal feels the same whether you’ve been driving and using the brakes all day or if you’ve just started your vehicle and used the brakes for the first time.