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BASF West Africa launches Glysantin engine coolant

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As of January 2023, BASF is introducing its GLYSANTIN® engine coolants into the Nigerian market. The Original when it comes to engine coolants offers a unique combination of German premium quality and multiple protection features making it suitable for a versatile range of applications and industry sectors.

Patented in Germany back in 1929, GLYSANTIN® proudly represents the world’s first antifreeze and engine coolant. With multiple protection features including those against overheating, corrosion and cavitation the products ensure that engines of all technologies and sizes operate smoothly and reliably all year round. In consequence, GLYSANTIN® has received a broad range of official OEM (original equipment manufacturer) approvals from various engine manufacturers for, both, light and heavy applications in the automotive and industrial sectors.

In Nigeria, the generation of power using diesel or gas generators is essential to the operation of facilities and industries. Such heavy-duty engines display high demands due to their long operating hours and high load rates. In applications like these, GLYSANTIN® coolants and their multiple protection can effectively prevent damages and reduce downtimes, thus ultimately, contributing to a reliable power supply.

“For decades, BASF has been delivering expertise and innovations to provide high-performance cooling solutions which meet and exceed evolving industry requirements. With a broad portfolio of innovative products the company can provide leading solutions to a broad range of industry sectors, including power generators and of course motor vehicle engines, to deliver on critical cooling requirements in safety, performance and sustainability”, said Dr Jean-Marc Ricca, the Managing Director of BASF West Africa.

GLYSANTIN® – Der Schutz-Garant
The products in the GLYSANTIN® range reliably protect engines all year round from corrosion, overheating and frost, even under extreme climatic conditions. BASF first patented GLYSANTIN® in 1929, and the coolants from Ludwigshafen have been very popular with motorists ever since. The proprietary products have the most OEM approvals from large motor manufacturers. BASF works in cooperation with the leading automobile suppliers worldwide to ensure that the GLYSANTIN® range always fulfils the latest demands. The high-performance engine coolants from BASF are suitable for use in all motor vehicles.

Further information on GLYSANTIN® on the Internet:
www.glysantin.com | www.facebook.com/Glysantin |
www.basf.com/fuel-lubricant-solutions/coolants

About BASF
At BASF, we create chemistry for a sustainable future. We combine economic success with environmental protection and social responsibility. Around 111,000 employees in the BASF Group contribute to the success of our customers in nearly all sectors and almost every country in the world. Our portfolio comprises six segments: Chemicals, Materials, Industrial Solutions, Surface Technologies, Nutrition & Care and Agricultural Solutions. BASF generated sales of €78.6 billion in 2021. BASF shares are traded on the stock exchange in Frankfurt (BAS) and as American Depositary Receipts (BASFY) in the United States.
Further information at www.basf.com.

About BASF in West Africa
BASF West Africa Limited was established in Lagos, Nigeria in July 2012. Industry portfolios represented in the West African region include chemicals, plastics, dispersions, agricultural products, nutrition, oil and gas. BASF products are used for industrial applications in a variety of sectors including paper, packaging, leather, detergents, cosmetics, construction, mining, agriculture, and automotive industries. In 2019 an African hair and skin care Application Technology Laboratory for personal care, serving sub-Saharan Africa, was inaugurated. This was followed by a Micronutrients Laboratory supporting the food fortification agenda as well as the establishment of the Waste-2-Chemicals laboratory, converting plastic waste into pyrolysis oil thereby giving Nigerian crude oil a second chance and enabling a circular economy.