Thermaltake Tt Premium Concentrate Green 4x Bottle Pack 50ml/Bottle
Specially designed for C1000 Opaque Coolant White/C1000 Pure Clear Coolant, the TT Premium Concentrate Series is ready-to-use, anti-corrosion concentrate for coolant colour-up in liquid cooling systems. Virtually odourless and non-flammable, the concentrate offers superb protection for copper, nickel, brass, and aluminium. Coming with eight vivid colours to choose from (blue, red, green, acid green, orange, yellow, purple and black), TT Premium Concentrate Series suits all water cooling systems and brightens up all builds with the excitement of colour mix & match.
Features This is the TT Premium Concentrate - Green (4x Green Bottle Pack)
Ethanediol Value < 50%
S-Phrase 2, 24/25,46
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