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Uni-Gard -50 Uni-Proof Anti-Freeze

$2.98 /each

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Uni-Gard -50 Uni-Proof Anti-Freeze is a Propylene Glycol based anti-freeze and heat transfer fluid. Premixed to provide -50 degree F burst protection when used full strength.

  • DKP additive protects most metals from corrosion
  • HUD-approved for solar systems
  • Ideal for a variety of industrial uses
  • Safe, Odorless, Non-Staining
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Is this safe for Rv.

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October 5, 2016
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i used it both in pool and our camper flush the system in trailer for ten minutes no taste or order you would never have known what we used good product for price above ground lower the water with a small pump i pour 10 gallons in a drum push it till bottom drain is coverd in pink solution done till spring hard pvc never a problem hope this helps
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Yes, that is it's purpose. HOWEVER, that said, the "cheaper brands" you see on sale ($2.50-2.98/gal) will have ethanol alcohol in them in order to lower the price. (check the ingredient label) For about $1.50 more you can find RV Antifreeze that does NOT have alcohol in it. Propylene Glycol will be the main ingredient. Alcohol can dry out the seals and O-rings in the water system over time. Personally I Read More
Yes, that is it's purpose. HOWEVER, that said, the "cheaper brands" you see on sale ($2.50-2.98/gal) will have ethanol alcohol in them in order to lower the price. (check the ingredient label) For about $1.50 more you can find RV Antifreeze that does NOT have alcohol in it. Propylene Glycol will be the main ingredient. Alcohol can dry out the seals and O-rings in the water system over time. Personally I would recommend spending a little more money to purchase the brand without any alcohol in it. Read Less
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Why is this advertised as propylene glycol when the msds states it is ethylene glycol. Which is correct????

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September 30, 2016
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Because it has to be non-toxic for potable water systems, they use propylene glycol and alcohol.
They DO NOT use Ethylene glycol, as it is toxic.
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February 22, 2016
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Ethylene Glycol is only one of the base ingredients.
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can this pruduct be used in a hot water floor heating system (slab heat in PEX tubing)

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August 26, 2016
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No you will need boiler antifreeze to keep the heat exchanger, and other components happy and in working order for their life.
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Hi fred,
You'd have to check with the manufacturer of your hot water floor heating system to ensure that this anti-freeze can be put in without any issues.
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Can this be used in an RV

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Yes, the anti freeze can be used in an RV.
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by UNI Gard Anti- Freeze Worked as expected winterizing a northern Minnesota cabin! October 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOT FOR BOAT ENGINES Uni-Gard -50 Uni-Proof Anti-freeze has ethanol. Therefore it should NOT be used to winterize boat engines. Rated 1 star because its misleading packaging is too much like products that are recommended for winterizing boat engines. Boat engines should be winterized with an antifreeze based on propylene glycol & corrosion inhibitors (no ethanol/ethyl alcohol, no methanol/methyl alcohol, no ethylene glycol). Read MSDS's to be more certain, because a product label can say it's based on propylene glycol, & not disclose that it is also blended with ethanol. October 20, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Anti freeze is frozen in my washer fluid tank right now. It says it is freeze proof to -50 on the bottle. Well its +5 Degrees today and I cant use my car on the freeway because my windows will get all gunked up and I cant wash it off because this product is frozen in my washer fluid tank. I have the rest of the bottle in my car (becuause there is always some left over, and its slush) that means it had nothing to do with user error. Its just a GARBAGE product that is costing me time and money. HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO GET FROZEN WASHER FLUID OUT OF THE TANK?!?! Recap: Current temperature: 5 Degrees Anti freeze protected temperature: -50 Degrees Current state of my car: Barely useable until it warms up and I can empty the tank of this GARBAGE product. dont believe me? Buy a bottle and leave it in your car until its under 5 degrees. Youre welcome for the heads up January 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Customer Service I ordered this product online. Within an hour, Home Depot sent me an e-mail stating the order was ready and that I could pick it up at Customer Service. The staff was very efficient and cordial. It's very easy to order online and pickup in the store. Go for it! January 27, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, worked as advertised..... Product worked as advertised! Used it to winterized cabin..... November 4, 2014
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