hi guys: I need the glycol freezing point.Someone help me.
the slush point and burst point vary with the per centage.
The freezing point depends on the type of glycol. You need a refractometer to measure the actual freeze point which sounds expensive, but you can use the same tool you use to check your antifreeze in your car's radiator.
You can buy a tool called a refractometer for checking freeze points
Found a link with charts for you:
Edited by powerhead on more than one occasion
orland, have checked your local mamabicho charts?