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The US government buys antifreeze to a CID specification. Does the US government buy one type of antifreeze for all different types of vehicles?

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The US government buys antifreeze to a CID specification. Does the US government buy one type of antifreeze for all different types of vehicles?

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US government specification CID-A-A-52624 covers requirements for ethylene glycol and propylene glycol antifreeze and allows three different concentrations: 100%, 60%, and 50%. CID-A-A-52624 requires the antifreeze “to be suitable for use in all administrative vehicles, construction and material handling vehicles and equipment, and military ground combat and tactical vehicles and equipment.” The US government encourages the use of recycled antifreeze.

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