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Mix Feser Aqua with Distilled Water?

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Hey gents,

Should be a quick easy one to answer. I'm fairly sure this is fine, but I want to hear your opinions as a quick check.

Can you mix Feser Aqua Ultra Pure Water with standard, store bought distilled water without any gunking or issues?

Thanks for your input. I bought 1 litre of Feser Aqua to try it out, and I found my new loops take a lot more than my old loops! DOH!

-Blacker.
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Yes, it should be fine.
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As a noob water cooler (see rig) I don't see why not. Distilled water is distilled water, unless they're putting in some sort of anti-alge.
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Thanks for your responses! Zen00 -- Feser is, from my understanding, basically double-distilled, leaving it barely conducive. I do use it with Dead-Water, but I have not added any Dead-Water to the loop yet.

Sounds like I'm good to go. Thanks gentlemen!

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Thanks for your responses! Zen00 -- Feser is, from my understanding, basically double-distilled, leaving it barely conducive. I do use it with Dead-Water, but I have not added any Dead-Water to the loop yet.

Sounds like I'm good to go. Thanks gentlemen!

-Blacker.
Make sure you drop some Dead Water in it.

Also, if you don't have one already, get a Kill Coil.
 
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