Mayhems X1 UV Blue Coolant 1 Litre
The X1 is based on a proprietary blend of refined vegetable extracts that are fully biodegradable and have a very low order of oral toxicity. It comes with a Child Safety Cap, as well as a spout to enable the consumer to fill all manner of systems easily. Mayhems X1 is recommended for use in systems where an ‘environmentally friendly’ product is preferred. It also contains non-toxic (GRAS) multi metal inhibitors formulated to protect water cooling equipment and associated systems against corrosion, scale and biological fouling, thus prolonging equipment life and thermal efficiency. Features • Child safety cap
• Blended with inhibitors for protection of Copper, Brass, Steel, Nickel and Aluminium.
• Contains biocides to prevent growth of living organisms
• Mobilizes to prevent scale or sludge filming
• Very low oral toxicity, less than propylene glycol
• -15c freezing point (dependant on mix ratio)
• Boiling Point : up to 100° C (pressure dependent)
• 85% Bio-degradable Within 30 Days
• Bitter taste additives to prevent consumption
• Can be stored for up to 3 years (in a cool dry environment)
• Made in the UK
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