Cooper Check helps automotive service technicians find corrosive brake fluid in less than 60 seconds. -

Cooper Check helps automotive service technicians find corrosive brake fluid in less than 60 seconds.

Phoenix Systems reports its Copper Check diagnostic test strip will soon be available to the automotive aftermarket. 

Cooper Check helps automotive service technicians find corrosive brake fluid in less than 60 seconds. It uses medical grade colorimetric test strip technology to discover the copper ion contamination within brake fluid. It reveals the age and condition of DOT 3, 4 and 5.1 brake fluid.  

Nearly 50{d93457022679712214ff8a8035fa266341f9634f2c93d5e609b1bbb089e8c446} of the used vehicles on the road today have enough copper corrosion contamination to no longer pass a DOT corrosion test. Copper corrosion within brake fluid is created when oxygen and heat are introduced through the master cylinder cap, rubber hoses, and overheated calipers. Brake lines are coated with copper inside to make them seamless, problem is, copper is the first metal to corrode. Once copper ion levels reach 200 ppm they begin to attack iron components and cause frozen calipers, malfunctioning ABS units, and leaking master cylinders.

The Copper Check test is repeatable, reliable and 100{d93457022679712214ff8a8035fa266341f9634f2c93d5e609b1bbb089e8c446} accurate. In today’s ever changing environment it is vital to provide accurate proof for the services a shop recommends. 

The Copper Check test is repeatable, reliable and 100{d93457022679712214ff8a8035fa266341f9634f2c93d5e609b1bbb089e8c446} accurate. -

The Copper Check test is repeatable, reliable and 100{d93457022679712214ff8a8035fa266341f9634f2c93d5e609b1bbb089e8c446} accurate.

Copper Check will be available to purchase early Q4 of 2020. Contact Jeremiah at [email protected] to obtain more information about pricing and availability.

Phoenix Systems pioneered the technology of using copper ions to determine when to change brake fluid. Copper corrosion testing brake fluid is included in the MAP/AMRA EUICS service codes. 

For more information, see www.brakebleeder.com.

Originally posted on Auto Service Professional

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