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Where can I find CoolIt coolant?

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I am looking for coolit coolant mixture as i've modded an h50. Upon research I found the corsair hydro series uses the same coolant, so I'd like to keep using it for the anti-corrosive properties;
CoolIT Coolant
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low toxicity with anticorrosion/anti fungal additives
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Coolit coolant is ''25% propylene glycol (low-tox antifreeze) and 75% distilled water ''.

http://forum.coolitsystems.com/index.php/en/home/7-boreas-mtec-chiller/154-what-coolant-to-use.html

 

You have 3 options:-

 

1) You can use commercial/automotive antifreeze as a source of propylene glycol and do the mixing yourself.

 

2) Coolit now produces watercooling products for Corsair and that is why they use the same coolant. Corsair does not seem to sell the coolant directly to consumer. But Corsair appears to use Sierra Green which you may try to buy.

http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=30402

 

3) If you wish, you can also use Zalman's ZM-G200. Zalman recommends using a mixing ratio of 20:80 (just similar to Coolit's practice).

http://www.directron.com/zmg200.html

 

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and does that account for anti-corrosion as well?
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