Originally Posted by kkorky
Originally Posted by Lee17
After all the reading in this thread, the only tubing that have the lowest chance to leach plasticizer in a short period of time is the Durelene.
I hade few tygon R-3603 and... it was horrible. I manage to keep it for almost a year but when I unmounted my block, I found a surprise
I have read that only one person in all this thread had plasticizer leach so Durelene still in the first position IMO.
Also, I have and idea after reading many post here, the temperature of the water seem to be a big factor and it look like to be logic.
Anyway, TL;DR, Durelene for now
Well i hope that the temp variable does not play a major role, because most systems on this planet idle at or around the 30c mark that was stated as being the threshold.
If temp is one of the major factors, then that shows gross lack of foresight & incompetence on the part of tubing manufacturers-what were they thinking??
Still no reply from Brian(i re contacted him on the 26th of October)@ Primochill vis a vis my request to honour his offer to 'put the situation right' and replace the two sets of faulty LRT Pro tubing i had previously purchased with the new 'Advanced' tubing.............
They are thinking most people that buy their tubing are not using it for a PC, most of the tubing we buy is made for labs and the food industry. That is one reason Primo tubing became so popular, they had tubing made for water cooling PC's not some other tubing made for what ever that fit out needs.