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Got to add do you think that dyes would be introduced into the human body if it gunked .. imagine how many hart failures people would have if it did when they went in for a scan of there brain. pmsl
Are you seriously comparing the two?
    
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why not there the same dyes we us in water cooling system. The only difference is there medical grade dyes. Its the same base product.
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why not there the same dyes we us in water cooling system. The only difference is there medical grade dyes. Its the same base product.
Again - are you seriously comparing a watercooling loop to a much more complex biological system with built in mechanisms that interact at a far different complexity level with medical dyes that are in most instances they are used NOT the same as watercooling dyes? That is like comparing driving a Mercedes on the autobahn with driving a Chevy Malibu in DC traffic and saying it's the same...
    
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why not there the same dyes we us in water cooling system. The only difference is there medical grade dyes. Its the same base product.
You do know that the dye breaks down ALOT FASTER in the body then in a water loop.
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yes i know a hell of a lot about dyes . i dam well hope so any way. I think your missing the point though. the point being is that the dyes don't gunk up and if there ever was a faint chance that it did then they would never be used in the medical industry. The people who say it does are talking out there ass simple as. There are many different Type of dyes and Acid Dyes (UV) ones don't brake down. Next you'll say the UV clear Blue cases blockages and its a dye ect ect. Well once again since UV clear Blue isn't even a dye it a optical brighter. How ever dyes such as UV orange which base chemical is Eosine cannot be mixed with other dyes as it will separate after a very short period of time...
post #26 of 65
http://wcdyes.com/en/

So, by any chance are you involved in this website? You seem an awful lot like the person who is given your poor grammar and presentation that is very similar to other communications I've seen. Since you list you are from the UK I don't feel it is unfair to expect you to know the difference between brake and break and yet you still expect us to listen to you when you can't even spell the word properly? Not to mention your vested interest in the whole thing. Hell, if I ran a company that sold dyes do you really think I would reply to a post saying: "Well, you know what? I totally recommend you don't buy dyes that my whole business is designed to sell!"

If you are not involved with this company, then my apologies.
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http://wcdyes.com/en/

So, by any chance are you involved in this website? You seem an awful lot like the person who is given your poor grammar and presentation that is very similar to other communications I've seen. Since you list you are from the UK I don't feel it is unfair to expect you to know the difference between brake and break and yet you still expect us to listen to you when you can't even spell the word properly? Not to mention your vested interest in the whole thing. Hell, if I ran a company that sold dyes do you really think I would reply to a post saying: "Well, you know what? I totally recommend you don't buy dyes that my whole business is designed to sell!"

If you are not involved with this company, then my apologies.

Yes mikahel is mayhem from mayhem dyes. The fact that you target him because of his grammar is uncalled for. English is not his strong suit, so give him a break.

My knowledge with dyes is very limited so that is all I'm going to say.
post #28 of 65
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Dyes do not Gunk,
Dye do not Block system

and ill give £50 to any one who can prove that dyes Gunk , block or brake down if they use the correct dye. This is myth and i've proven it wrong many times now. Dyes how ever do stain that's what dyes do they dye thing's doh ....

What brakes down is inhibitor and plastic in the tubing. All so the gunking happens when a "USER" does not clean there system properly and the PH of the liquid change so much it causes major problems.

people like to claim they have seen it happen or a friend of a friend of a friend who hasn't got a clue what they are talking about. They blame the dyes because the dye has coloured the sticky residue when it passes over it ... How ever common sense is not some thing people use and they just jump to a conclusion.

Some of the older type of Glycol fluids brake down because as they are forced though the injector blocks they brake down the chemicals in the liquids at a practical level over a period of time. This then in tun stick to ever thing and then along comes the dye in the liquids to dye it.

Simples .............

P.s Id love to stick a PH meter in all this gunked system and show you who is really to blame .... How ever you try getting one of these people with a gunked system to send you a sample hahaha they run and never do. I have managed to see gunking happing at a microscopic level and had it analysed by people who know more about this than me and then explain to me what is causing it.

Got to add do you think that dyes would be introduced into the human body if it gunked .. imagine how many hart failures people would have if it did when they went in for a scan of there brain. pmsl
I'll take the £50 via paypal. Thanks



    
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post #29 of 65
Colored coolant and dyes will stain tubing/blocks and can break down in time leaving gross crap in your blocks (obviously affecting cooling performance).

Parts in my old loop were permanently stained orangey-pink after I used FeserOne orange coolant.
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post #30 of 65
lol yeh send me the block and ill pay for post and packing and then ill show you analysis samples that once again prove my point. Or simple take in to you local uni and ask them what is causing it. That picture proves absolutely nothing what so ever.

@ Tomdarkness As for mayhems yes i am the owner and my grammar is not the best but if you would like to use my grammar as example of you ineptitude then that's fine. If you don't like what im telling you then that up to you but its not my problem if you don't know what your talking about.

@ MCBrown.CA as explained before the coolant is the problem not the dye. but yes they do stain every thing.
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