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post #931 of 3087
Tygon silver has plasticizer free inner bore and you dont have to worry about discoloration since it is silver color.

I have used both tygon b44-3x and b44-4x, both have plasticizer but supposedly inner bore is coated with something that slows (not stops) plasticizer leach. I did not see any significant plasticizer in a year of using tygon b44-4x, but it does slightly yellow over time, but may have had a fine dusting of plasticizer over long time. It has a low water absorption, so clouding is minimal but temp dependent. I emailed tygon regarding Duralene and beverage b44-4x, and they said if worried about plasticizer leach, the beverage tubing and duralene in time may have the same issue since both have plasticizer, just to lesser degree than tygon 3603, and they suggested one of the plasticizer free tubings, but that is kind of what you would expect. The plasticizer free tubings are much more expensive, like tygon E1000 (which is soft but compressible) and tygon 2375. Both about $4 per foot. Dont know if the the E1000 would have issues since so easily compressible or maybe fine, and dont know if the 2375 is too stiff.

I have some of the 2 year old primochill colored, back when it had less plasticizer issues, but on closer inspection, after 1.5yrs use, it does have some slight dusting of plasticizer, no where near the newer crap they are putting out however. I will probably buy couple feet of 2375 and E1000, then decide which I like most for my next build. Tygon 2375 water absorption is one of the lowest so should cloud the least (and has no plasticizer to leach).
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post #932 of 3087
The weekend I tear down my loop to post some pictures and the internet goes out. mad.gif

My loop had a mix of Primochill black tubing and Masterkleer clear tubing. Total of one month up for the Primochill, and 6 weeks for the Masterkleer. I'm actually kind of confused by the results. The Primochill definitely went bad. But there was also a white substance on the Masterkleer. Previously when mixed with some Primochill that also went bad, this same Masterkleer tubing stayed clear.

I am able to wipe off the powder stuff from inside the Masterkleer, while the Primochill is completely beyond "cleaning up". The inside of the black tubing is now white, for good. So it's possible that what I found in the Masterkleer is just the residue from the Primochill. I also have a ring of the power at the water line in my reservoir. but again, this is easily wiped off. The water itself was still perfectly clear.. And also strangle, my fittings and blocks have no visible sign of the substance. Pictures below
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post #933 of 3087
so the Supreme HF pics I promised

tubing : Masterkleer & Feser , both UV blue 10/13
blocks: Supreme HF & AquagraFX 480
coolant: distilled + kill coil
other: filter in the same loop but I didn't clean that thing very often ... ow and 4 UV ccfl's in the case?

ran 24/7 for around 12 months

temps were hardly affected, but flow rate was significantly impacted


Supreme HF Top

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Supreme HF inside

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good news is that cleaning this block was pretty easy; heat a bowl of vinegar in the microwave, drop the base in for about 5 minutes, then rinse it off with distilled and it should be clean.

also interesting were these two fittings; one heavily affected by plasticizer the other one relatively clean. Both were next to each other on a Y-fitting at the exit of my reservoir; the clean one was connected to the bleed port and thus had only standing water in it, whereas the other one was feeding my pumps and had water moving through 24/7. Guess flow does make a difference

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post #934 of 3087
We need to keep in focus the crappy support offered by Primochill in this whole affair. Although not the only company with issues, they were the very fastest off the mark trying to blame everything but their tubing, even when evidence was provided to show otherwise. False promises, little in the line of apologies or real explanations, they deserve only our contempt.
Use the power we all have. Do not buy their products. There are plenty of companies out there making what we need to water cool. We do not need another company that treats us with contempt and responds to us as if we are idiots.
Boycott PRIMOCHILL!
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We need to keep in focus the crappy support offered by Primochill in this whole affair. Although not the only company with issues, they were the very fastest off the mark trying to blame everything but their tubing, even when evidence was provided to show otherwise. False promises, little in the line of apologies or real explanations, they deserve only our contempt.
Use the power we all have. Do not buy their products. There are plenty of companies out there making what we need to water cool. We do not need another company that treats us with contempt and responds to us as if we are idiots.
Boycott PRIMOCHILL!

Oh come on... I understand your frustration with the whole thing since i already have 8 m of primochill tubing with half of it in my loop, BUT I believe that we have to focus on what is best and promote it, rather than spending a single second of our time to boycott/ blame anything.

What i mean is that at this point, we have to support all the efforts made to find a solution, give feedback of our findings (photos etc) rather than loosing time blaming the "bad" guys smile.gif
Edited by ElGreco - 7/3/12 at 6:04pm
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You and I can't really "solve" anything. We do not make tubing, we buy product and use it. It is up to the companies to decide if they are really going to stand by their products, or just feign a degree of dismay at the poor performance and keep on taking our money with no real improvement. All we can really do is vote with our wallets, and don't allow them to get away with it. Consumers are the ones that really have the power, we just seldom exercise it. We usually just follow along like a flock of sheep.
So, "come on", lets have something in "common". Lets ensure we keep the companies on their toes by telling it like it is and stop trying to "all get along".
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You and I can't really "solve" anything. We do not make tubing, we buy product and use it. It is up to the companies to decide if they are really going to stand by their products, or just feign a degree of dismay at the poor performance and keep on taking our money with no real improvement. All we can really do is vote with our wallets, and don't allow them to get away with it. Consumers are the ones that really have the power, we just seldom exercise it. We usually just follow along like a flock of sheep.
So, "come on", lets have something in "common". Lets ensure we keep the companies on their toes by telling it like it is and stop trying to "all get along".

Of course you are right...

Certainly, I - the consumer cannot solve this issue, I just can use whatever is currently the best solution tube wise. So, instead of spending time to boycott something, i prefer to spend time to help even a little to find what is currently the best solution and support it!

Obviously, i fully agree with your concerns and even feel the same disapointment with all tube producers who have not done their job as they should. I just have a different perspective on how to deal with this issue smile.gif

For example, I prefer to follow and give feedback here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1272759/testing-tubing
or here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1218288/please-contribute-ocn-wc-tubing-database

Of course, somebody who has lots of time can follow both ways of dealing with this issue thumb.gif
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hmtph.

What's a good and safe tubing now? I want to go underwater very soon, my original plan was Primochill, but after all this it's just not gonna happen. I want either black or white tubing, 1/2ID 3/4OD, maybe even a mix - is Tygon still plasticizer free?
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hmtph.
What's a good and safe tubing now? I want to go underwater very soon, my original plan was Primochill, but after all this it's just not gonna happen. I want either black or white tubing, 1/2ID 3/4OD, maybe even a mix - is Tygon still plasticizer free?

Polyurethane ether-based (various opaque/transparent), e.g. Superthane Ether (transparent, Polyurethane ether), Tygothane C-544-A (transparent, Polyurethane ether), Urebrade (transparent mesh, Polyurethane ether), Surethane (colored opaque/transparent polyurethane ether) tubing; Norprene (opaque white/black, of sufficient working pressure) tubing; Copper or Brass tubing; and Silicone (opaque/translucent white) tubing. In addition. Polyvinyl chloride/PVC tubing that is plasticizer free on the inner-bore or in it's entirety, e.g. Tygon's Silver Antimicrobial (translucent silver), Tygon 2375 (clear), etc.

Durelene still contains plasticizers and manufactured by the same folks that handle Tygon, i.e. Saint-Gobain. The formulation is roughly similar to Tygon R3603 and eventually will plasticizer leech and cloud. However, some folks say they had better luck with it.

Also, Silicone tubing slips onto and off fittings easier with a higher tendency to tear then other tubing; make sure to buy good fittings and take extra care with it's use.
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Unfortunately for the comment by mybadomen, this phenomenon doesnt hold true for all tubing.
This is what the tubing looked like after 2-3 weeks:
450
and up close:
450
Here is the Primochill LRT 1/2" x 3/4" after just under 1 months use with pure distilled:
450
Same tubing cut open after under 1 month of usage:
700
You can "rub" off the white stuff which ends up being a powdery substance, "plasticizer" most of us call it.... I dont think you can rub it off very well when it's in your loop. This stuff will build up in your expensive radiator, waterblock, pump and nozzles as it did in mine.
How do you rub it off when your tubing is not cut open?
I usually hate to recommend people not to buy a product due to just my own experience, however,
DONT BUY PRIMOCHILL LRT it is baddie.
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Tygon 2001 series seems to be plasticizer free, but it's Really expensive.
I haven't had any clouding with this $0.69/ft Duralene stuff and it's been half a month. (LRT cloouded in a matter of days)

Yeah no do the same thing with any other choice tubing its you will get the same results. I have tested Not in a beaker but in a Overclocked Bench running Prime at 65+c and the results were the same with any brand i tried. They all turned white. The ones that are showing the green stuff flush your rads and look what comes out . Green corrosion that's another issue. You can read through this thread and see every brand tubing has the issue. But the issue is clouded tubing with crystal clear water. For those that have stuff in your blocks thats something different all together. Copper sulphate will destroy tubing really fast at temps between 45 and 60 c really fast. So 1 Its not just Primochill and you guys really really think that all of a sudden every tubing in the world went bad at the same time a couple years ago? I barely read this thread anymore never mind hearing the results of me newest testing that has nothing to do with tubing. I have see multiple Posts in this thread that was user error that has nothing to even do with this whole issue at hand.

Hmm that green stuff in a few of the recent loops looks just like this dont it?

700

Know what that is? Its not from tubing its what comes out of a brand new rad if you flush it ! I see this build up in many of the loops shown .

Also the white stuff on the tubing wipes off by barely touching it . But i seen it posted it doesn't wipe off?

448

Are you running Dead Water Biocide. ? If so that's the end of your tubing . testing and said this months ago with many different brands. High temps would last 1 day.

Their is No good tubing in the world right now or there is another problem causing this,Seriously trash on Primochill go by your new great tubing and cry when you get the same results. I have already tested at minimum 300 feet of tubing and just got another 55 feet 2 days ago.

I am testing something completely different now and the problem is known and just waiting on the right fix for it.

believe it or Dont but either way thinking all tubing in the world went bad at the same time is just ridiculous . I love hearing Primochill tubing is the worse you can get a month more with this other brand. Lol well what does that say. Tubing is not the issue. Primochill is not the issue.Tygon is not the issue etc.

This thread started out a really good thread but diffidently went way down hill and way off from the problem.

Take Care and only reason i cant stand reading tubing over and over again is because i think thats the #1 reason we still have this issue. Its time to start looking at other things besides the tubing . Also if going to bash a company Bash them all because i haven't found a tubing a couldn't turn white in under 5 days. Any one thinks they have the magic tubing send me a couple feet and i will test it. Also my test setup has a huge inline filter also to keep the testing fair for all brands.

I want to be able to run clear tubing also . Badly !

And as for Companies not doing anything about it is just crazy. I know Primochill's Owner and know what they are going through right now trying to solve this issue and of course you all see Mayhem working hard also to solve this. Although i don't agree with some of what he has said only because ive been through those tests 1,000 times already but and running in a real overclocked test System vs a jar. but either way it shows that's just 2 right their that are working very hard for us. And you guys must know that they read this thread?

Anyway take care guys not angry or anything just trying to keep things on track a bit so we can have a solution, You can try and tell me 1,000,000 times all the tubing in the world went bad .Lol but sorry not buying it.

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