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post #1121 of 3087
I am confused, if you started out with DI water and a silver kill coil why is there purple dye in your loop after completely draining your loop?
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I believe it's the dye from the tubing. Whatever Primochill gave him to clean the plasticizer must have eaten some color off the tubes too.
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I am confused, if you started out with DI water and a silver kill coil why is there purple dye in your loop after completely draining your loop?

As sticks435 stated, what ever is in the sys scrubber that Primochill sent me must have pulled some of the lining of the tubing when it cleaned the plasticizer, or when the plasticizer leached from the tubing it pulled some of the dye from the tubing with it. How ever it happened the purple color in the wataer I drained from my loop is from the tubing.
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I vaguely remember posting something about being weary over anything primochill says to add to the loop. I'm sure glad you emptied that loop and got all of that out of there!
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I vaguely remember posting something about being weary over anything primochill says to add to the loop. I'm sure glad you emptied that loop and got all of that out of there!

I'm glad also, I was very concerned about clogging up my my gpu and cpu blocks. Every thing seems ok, and my tubing is as nice as the day it was initially installed.
What I'm curious about now is if the tubing stays nice or if it gets all hazy/foggy from plasticizer again.

If it stays nice then Primochill has a product that can clean the loops up and a simple flush and refill and they look good again.
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So I am guessing that for those that still have to purchase Primochill tubing needs to flush their loop with this sys scrubber before use...
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So I am guessing that for those that still have to purchase Primochill tubing needs to flush their loop with this sys scrubber before use...

From my understanding sys scrubber is a proto type thing. Bottle says not for resale, and use at your own risk. They sent it to me in response to my contacting them about how bad my tubing was that I purchased in March and installed in April.
Over all I'm happy as I still have half the roll of tubing I purchased left and didn't have to redo the loop, but rather just add this stuff and flush and refill.
As stated though, now to see if it lasts or if the tubing fogs/clouds again.
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It was exactly the purple color it looks like, with abit more haze to it. it wasnt thick at all but the normal consistency of water.
What I'm guessing is that is the plasticizer with dye the tubing is colored with, as the sys scrubber was clear.
I think you nailed it ceadderman, the plasticizer has dye leached from the tubing.

it is for sure
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I believe it's the dye from the tubing. Whatever Primochill gave him to clean the plasticizer must have eaten some color off the tubes too.
If i were you I would open the block and check everything closely specialty the pump. have you checked the pump speed after the sys scrubber ?
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I'm glad also, I was very concerned about clogging up my my gpu and cpu blocks. Every thing seems ok, and my tubing is as nice as the day it was initially installed.
What I'm curious about now is if the tubing stays nice or if it gets all hazy/foggy from plasticizer again.
If it stays nice then Primochill has a product that can clean the loops up and a simple flush and refill and they look good again.

in certain point you are right but the question is. How long and how often you will need this sys scrubber running in the loop? and how good or bad is this sys scrubber?if this stuff can eat the the stuff inside the tubing and eat a bit of the tubing color how good or bad it will be for the pump? pump is plastic inside at least have some plastic?
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So I am guessing that for those that still have to purchase Primochill tubing needs to flush their loop with this sys scrubber before use...

I haven't stated it before because I did forgot to mention. Lazyman has build a water cooling flush loop to flush all the loop hardware. I have got my own parts and made a very similar Flush system like the one he showed in he's YouTube channel How To Efficiently Flush A Rad. I will repost it because I know a lot people has missed it.
A two weeks ago i had flushed one big entire system that was running Distilled Water + PT Nuke + Red Dye ( i don't know the Dye Brand ). After the system has been cleaned all the water in a bucket turn out dark pink because the Red Dye that the Owner has used in the past i assume about 8 months ago. Four months with Red Dye and 4 Months with Clear water and the System had a clear water inside the date I received it to do my work. For the past 15 minutes i was watching it very closely but after that I did left it running for about a hour. When i got back to check it out I saw the water all pink Two ( 2 ) gallon of Distilled water + One table spoon of vinegar was completely PINK. Even when you do a normal flush you do think is all clean but the hardware still have some colored stuff stuck in some point inside the loop maybe not in the hardware but in the Tubing. If you just get rid of the dye and run clear water + any Biocides.The residue of the DYE stays there a bit because i saw it when I flushed the system. The loop water plus this big filter catch’s everything. I whish I had take the photos but unfortunally My phone was broken and wife had the camera that day so too bad. But here we go this is what I use to flush my All the RiG’s with Water Loop.

This is the DIY Water Cooler Flush System ( not my invention but it is WestCoastMods By LazyMan Invention.

Parts List

One - AgroMax 250 GPH SUBMERSIBLE WATER PUMP
Two - Rubber grommets 3/4 ( Had it in my tool Box don't remember when i got those ) US $17.95 + shipping = $22.44
450

450

450

Durelene PVC tubing 7/16in. ID 5/8in. OD by Saint-Gobain Couple feet.
Two - Bitspower G 1/4 Matte Black 1/2in. ID Barb - BP-MBWP-C01 I Always have some extra fitting's ( Everyone must have ) $2.99 each
GE Opaq Whole House System
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450

Ain't Pay $41.98 just for GE Clear Whole House System. and Shut off Valve.
Two - GE Spun Fiber, Replace Filter 2-Pack $9.97 /EA-Each
One - Leaktite 2-Gal. Bucket with $3.58 Lid $1.98

Total= $62.92 thumb.gif

With this System you can FLUSH all your loop smile.gif quick and easy.
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Hey guys got some news. Mayhems ( Mick ) your packaged just got in my door today like you promised. All the good stuff in my hands now check it out below.

Everything was well pack in a bubble wrap and each bottle has child safety caps ( thumb.gif I have two kids )



Mayhems Dye 10ml Blue | Yellow | Red | Purple | Orange | UV C/B | UV Green | UV Y/G | UV Pink |



Mayhems Pastel - Ice White 250ml Concentrate | Mayhems X1 - Clear 250ml Concentrate |



Mayhems Fine Silver coil | Mayhems 10ml Biocides ExtremeContains - Contains copper sulphate With PH Chart |



Now you guys tell me with color you want me to add to the loop for testing.

Today i will going to have some extra time for my updates.

Thanks you Mick / Mayhems for all your support you have and sill doing a great work in our community +Rep. I'm about to build another loop for testing I had sent some email and I'm waiting for the feedback.
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Hey guys got some news. Mayhems ( Mick ) your packaged just got in my door today like you promised. All the good stuff in my hands now check it out below.

Everything was well pack in a bubble wrap and each bottle has child safety caps ( thumb.gif I have two kids )



Mayhems Dye 10ml Blue | Yellow | Red | Purple | Orange | UV C/B | UV Green | UV Y/G | UV Pink |



Mayhems Pastel - Ice White 250ml Concentrate | Mayhems X1 - Clear 250ml Concentrate |



Mayhems Fine Silver coil | Mayhems 10ml Biocides ExtremeContains - Contains copper sulphate With PH Chart |



Now you guys tell me with color you want me to add to the loop for testing.

Today i will going to have some extra time for my updates.

Thanks you Mick / Mayhems for all your support you have and sill doing a great work in our community +Rep. I'm about to build another loop for testing I had sent some email and I'm waiting for the feedback.

You better + Rep him everyday for a year, that's a lot of dye! I say orange biggrin.gif
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