1L UV Pastel Ice White Ready to use PC Coolant from Mayhems
1L Mayhems Pastel UV Ice White Coolant, Ready-to-Use, Glows under the influence of Ultra-Violet light sources
As much as Mayhems has worked on perfecting their products, the manufacturer does not guarantee compatibility and functionality of the coolant with all systems and water cooling systems. So far no limitations have been reported, and all relevant water cooling systems work flawlessly with the "Pastel" coolants from Mayhems. Features • The Mayhem coolants can be mixed with each other to create new colours
• Shipped in a bottle with child safety cap
• Protects from corrosion with e.g. Copper, brass, steel, nickel, aluminium
• Protects from algae growth
• Fulfills ASTM D3306 and BS6580 standards
• Less toxic than propylene glycol
• Reduces flake and silt buildup in the system
• Freezing point at 8°C
• Boiling point at 95°C (depends on pressure)
• Can be stored for up to 3 years (cool and dry)
• Made in the UK
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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