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DIUF Water ok for Water Loop?

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Was wondering if this would be OK to use in a loop? Got a couple jugs they want to get rid of here at work.
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Deionized water is even better(purer) than distilled water, so Id say thats perfect.

edit: I take that back. Research indicates that deionized water has less minerals than distilled but may leave organic stuff, like bacteria.
But throw a kill coil in and that should take care of that.
Edited by Full_Tilt - 4/28/11 at 6:45am
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Just add a silver Killcoil, and maybe some PT Nuke, and you're good to go!!
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I have 4 silver barbs in my loop and use PT Nuke, should that be enough?
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If by 'silver barbs' you mean silver the precious metal, not silver the colour, then yes, I dont think you could get much better!!

...just make sure to flush any new, or indeed re-used components thoroughly with hot water, then DIUF after, before assembling your loop to get rid of any particles that may cause problems later!

...with hindsight, looking at the rig in your sig, you probably already knew that anyway!!
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