Mayhems new pastel range incorporates many differing technologies into one product, from dyes to nano fluids and of course a little Mayhems magic. With a system working life of about two years, of which is due to a design that is intended for prolonged use.
The Nano particles are 40nm allowing for it to pass through any current water block with ease and this is turn will help prevent any blocking of the water cooling blocks. The colour range we have produced is like nothing else on the market and makes a custom mod stand out so much it is defiantly going to make any liquid cooled computer be a eye pleaser to the crowds.
You can add any of the Mayhems dyes to the Pastel range and change its colour to suit your needs and mood. Features • Can be used with all of Mayhems Dyes to make your own colours.
• Child Safety Cap.
• Removable spout.
• 3 Year in system life span.
• Blended with Non-Toxic Corrosion & Scale Inhibitors for protection of Copper, Brass, Steel, Nickel and Aluminium.
• Very low oral toxicity, less than propylene glycol.
• Biocides included.
• 8c freezing point.
• Mobilises to prevent scale or sludge filming.
• Boiling Point : up to 95° C (pressure dependent).
• Can be stored for up to 4 years?, within in a cool dry environment.
• Made in the UK.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 1 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 1 days
- Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
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