ATE TYP 200 (DOT 4) has a dry boiling point of 536F and a wet boiling point of 396F.
ATE TYP 200 is identical in specification to the ATE Super Blue brake fluid.
ATE Super Blue or TYP 200 is compatible and will mix with MOST DOT3, DOT4, or DOT 5.1 Fluids.
This top-of-the-line product lies
20 °C over the DOT 5.1 standard and surpasses this standard in nearly all the other requirements as well. This means that cars can go without a brake fluid change for up to 3 years while products with a lower wet boiling point have to be replaced considerably more often (e.g. DOT 3 products should be replaced annually).
Over the lifespan of the brake fluid - the ATE fluid maintains an overall higher thermal temperature rating.
This higher temperature range means a better brake fluid that will last longer in street applications and withstand higher temperature ranges.
Also, the blue tint of the fluid makes bleeding brakes easy! You can easily tell when you have flushed out the older fluid.
TIP: Racers frequently will alternate fluid flushes using both the Super Blue and TYPE 200 (Amber). The identical specifications of the fluid and difference in color makes it easy to know when you have completely flushed old fluid out of the system.