ThermalTake 1 Litre Premixed Fluid Green - C1000
ThermalTake C1000 1 Litre Premixed PC Water Cooling Fluid, Green
By DPD On 20th Nov 2018
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
The latest C1000 Opaque Coolant launched by Thermaltake is used as anti-corrosion protection fluid and heat-transfer medium for PC water-cooling. Made in Germany, the C1000 Opaque coolant is virtually odorless, non-flammable, and high performance liquid, offering superb protection for copper, nickel, brass, and aluminum. Choose from seven vivid colors: red, green, blue, orange, yellow, white, and purple to brighten up any build with Thermaltake.
German-Made Anti-Corrosive Solution
Being non-flammable, the C1000 Opaque Coolant is a ready-to-use cooling solution with at least 3 years shelf life in airtight containers, providing great performance while preventing the entire cooling system – copper, brass, nickel, and aluminum – from corrosion.
The C1000 Opaque Coolant is classified in water hazard class 1 (low-rate endangering) according to German water hazard regulations. The product is readily biodegradable.
• Thermaltake recommends the following steps to be taken before using the Pacific series radiators and water blocks
• To ensure a clean loop, flush and rinse your radiators and water blocks with distilled water prior to use.
• Do not use tap water or distilled water as your coolant, it may harm your loop and reduce performance.
• It is strongly recommended to use market proven pre-mix coolant, such as Thermaltake Coolant 1000. It offers great performance while protecting the entire liquid loop from corrosion.
• Before storing your water cooling components, please clean, rinse and dry. This will ensure a longer lifespan for your components.
Thermaltake recommends the following steps to be taken after completing your water loop setup
• It is strongly recommended to use market proven pre-mix coolant, such as Thermaltake Coolant 1000. It offers great performance while preventing the entire cooling system – copper, brass, nickel, aluminum, and steel – from corrosion.
• Fill the reservoir with coolant and cycle the power on and off several times while the pump pushing the coolant into the loop.
• DO NOT let the pump run dry, when there is no liquid entering the pump turn off your power immediately
• Fill the reservoir to the top as it will prevent air from going into the pump
• If necessary tilt the system slightly from side to side to bleed the air out of the loop.
• Place some paper towels under fittings and joining points to test for leaks.
• Run the loop with the fill port open for about 24 hours to completely bleed the air out of the loop
• Before starting, flush out your system correctly to prevent any coolant or unwanted particles sticking to your tubes, radiators and other cooling components.
• Coolant might fade over time.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
Warranty information has not yet been updated for this product. For further information please call 0871 472 4747 or 01204 474747.
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