Feser One Fluid - UV Acid Green for water cooling systems (Non Conductive < 10 ìS)
1L Feser One Fluid - UV Acid Green for water cooling systems (Non Conductive < 10 ìS)
Perfecting the way you cool your system, safely and paving the way to the future.
Do not mix this coolant with any other aftermarket additives, this may compromise the non conductive formula.
Do not mix colours in this coolant, if any extra UV additive needs to be added use Feser One or Feser View to keep conductivity levels down.
If used for long periods of time the UV properties of this coolant will naturally fade, you can use Feser View UV Dye to fix this.
Do not mix different colour Feser One coolants together, chemical reactions can occur.
No other additives are needed, we have 4 anti corrosives inside!
Regular water changes are advised (maximum 1 year).
Depending on your hose size, type and wall thickness, Feser One may react differently under uv light in different cooling systems.
We have tested this product as replacement coolant in every leading manufacturers watercooling system with great results! Features - Non Conductive
- UV Reactive properties
- Stable HDPE upright bottle
- Conductivity < 10 µS/cm (20°C)
- Dropper Cap - no funnel needed
- Ready for use - no mixing needed
- Corrosion protection for copper, brass,aluminum and nickel
- Prevents algae growth within your water cooling system
- Compatible with all available PC liquid-cooling systems
- Unopened shelf life of 3 years maximum
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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