Shell Rotella Extended Life Anti Freeze is ethylene glycol based coolant for heavy-duty diesel, gasoline and natural gas powered engines. Rotella ELC is formulated with unique extended life corrosion inhibitors and meets industry requirements. Coolant contains no silicate, borate, nitrate or phosphate and requires no traditional SCA additions.
Available in both 50/50 premixed and concentrated gallons.
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Sold in gallon sizes of either straight (concentrated) coolant or pre-mixed 50 percent coolant / 50 percent deionized water.
Can Rotella ultra ELC be mixed with regular Rotella ELC (red stuff)?
yes it can. just never mix red with green.
Those coolants use different corrosion inhibitors I personally would not mix them. (Interferes with my ocd) I would top of with what's already in there or switch entirely to the other formula with a system flush.
Shell ELC is an OAT type antifreeze and it is not recommended to mix. The long lasting additives are not compatible with non OAT fluid. This is what I was told when I asked the same question from Shell.
can this be mixed w/ dex cool?
I'm afraid I don't know the answer to that. I completely drained and replaced my coolant with Rotella.
It can be mixed with coolants of similar type but this may affect its performance and extended life capability per the data sheet.
What is the color of this extended life Coolant for diesel trucks?
It's a pinkish/red color ... The guy who built my boat and did all the engine work swears by it as it has no chemical inhibitors that eventually can gum up the works .... hope that helps
Have not received my recent order yet, but if Shell has not changed their Rotella ELC / Antifreeze, it is red.
can i mix the rotella antifreeze with the green antifreeze?
No!, your coolant system needs to be completely flushed and cleaned of the "Green" stuff before a change over to ELC.
Is this price for a gallon or for a case of four gallons?
is the concrete in the black jug and red in color?