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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post
what ?? o i get it you think just because it's baby blue it's used for dye..lol
You serious right?
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Originally Posted by DigitalMonkey View Post
You serious right?
please prove me wrong..Petra's is just more acidic instead of 4 drops /liter you add 1 and you good to go

Originally Posted by Petra'sTech
Petra'sTech PT_Nuke-PHN is a specially formulated Benzalkonium chloride solution intended for use as a biocide in your water cooled PC. Primarily geared toward systems running straight distilled water, Nuke -PHN is not acidic and will not drop your coolant's pH, making it ideal for use in poorly buffered coolants and situations where corrosion is a concern (since many corrosion inhibitors are optimized for use within a pH range of 7-8.5). However, we do not recommend the use of Nuke -PHN with most "pre-mixed PC coolants" and dyes (though, our testing indicates that there may be no compatibility issue with Feser's UV dyes). Do not mix Nuke -PHN with the original Copper sulfate based PT Nuke.
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^^But there's no problem using the copper based nuke with distilled. The phn cannot be used with anything other than water.
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No, Im saying that theres problem with it. I just saying that pt nuke mainly used for loops with dye's and other additives. Im not talking about phn.
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No, Im saying that theres problem with it. I just saying that pt nuke mainly used for loops with dye's and other additives. Im not talking about phn.
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Nuke -Cu is a specially blended, sequestered Copper solution intended for use as a biocide in your PC's water cooling system.

Instructions & Ingredients:

Use: Add either 1 drop per liter of coolant (~0.57ppm Copper) or 2 drops per liter of coolant (~1.14ppm Copper)
Active Ingredient: Copper(II) sulfate pentahydrate 4.1%

Warning: This product contains Copper sulfate. DO NOT INGEST! AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES AND SKIN! KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS!

yes you can use it in loop with distiled water only
    
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Description:

Nuke -Cu is a specially blended, sequestered Copper solution intended for use as a biocide in your PC's water cooling system.

Instructions & Ingredients:

Use: Add either 1 drop per liter of coolant (~0.57ppm Copper) or 2 drops per liter of coolant (~1.14ppm Copper)
Active Ingredient: Copper(II) sulfate pentahydrate 4.1%

Warning: This product contains Copper sulfate. DO NOT INGEST! AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES AND SKIN! KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS!

yes you can use it in loop with distiled water only
I understand that but it seems you wasnt paying attention to what I posted.
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I understand that but it seems you wasnt paying attention to what I posted.
You're giving the impression that the copper based nuke is bad mojo and can only be used with dye. Am I right?
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You're giving the impression that the copper based nuke is bad mojo and can only be used with dye. Am I right?
No, you are wrong. I was just saying thats what most people use it for. The OP can still use it if he doesnt want to wait for the phn to be restock.
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@ OP here bro..this is all you need ;
http://www.petrastechshop.com/sikibyia.html
    
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