1L Blue LIQUID.cool CFX PreMixed Opaque Water Coolant/Fluid
CFX has a shelf life of over 3 years and contains synergistic corrosion inhibitors to protect metals such as Copper, Nickel, Brass, Steel and Aluminium tested to BS5117, BS6580 and ASTM D1384 standards. CFX is 90% Biodegradable over 10 days.
Classification - Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 (CLP)
Physical and chemical hazards: Not classified as a physical or chemical hazard.
Human health: Not classified as a health hazard.
Environment: Not classified as an environmental hazard.
Product contains less than 0.1% Benzisothiazolinonea, features a Child Safety Cap and Induction Sealed contents. Features • 100% Pre-Mix liquid coolant ready to use right out of the bottle.
• Synergistic corrosion inhibitors to protect metals such as Copper, Nickel, Brass, Steel and Aluminium tested to BS5117, BS6580 and ASTM D1384 standards. Also contains anti-growth and scale inhibitors.
• Long lasting, none stain water dyes to produce awesome colours to contrast with other accent parts in your rig.
• High Efficiency, Non Toxic Ethanediol mix for an increased cooling performance, with a non-pungent aroma.
• Electrical Conductivity less than 10µS/cm (20°C)
• 3 Years Shelf Life, when stored in its original sealed container (induction seal not broken) out of direct sunlight.
• Designed to not separate or clog your system with particles thanks to our CFX 100% miscible opaque liquid base.
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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