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@ koniu777 Cześć! smile.gif
Unfortunately, the core and the rest of rad is made from alu. Also, the tubes in rad aren't connected serially to each other, so flow goes first through half of them, and then through the second half. Only good news are that this makes no restriction at all, and here all benefits ends frown.gif
I don't know yet if I'll modify the rad.
Thank's all You Guys for your interest in my build.
Will update soon ! smile.gif

You might end up with some nasty corrosion if you mix copper with aluminium.
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I thought of that, and I will use mixed distilled (do not confuse with deionised/demineralized) water with little additive of car coolant in special variant for alu rads. I read in many polish forums that this work. Also, there will be no other metals than nickel and aluminium in the loop, which makes this all less dangerous.

Car coolant I'm going to use is called "Borygo alu", which is based on monoetilenglicol (MEG) and salts of organic acids. It has some good corrosion inhibitors and antioxidants in it which will both improve quality of the liquid.
I'll try to do some test of alu and nickel submerged in bucket of this coolant and left for a while.

I thought of plating blocks with silver, but I had some info that it doesn't affect performance.
However, if we're talking about silver-alu corrosion, all the bad stuff would land in the rad (due to redox) - this blend of materials submerged in water with salt is commonly known as home made lossless silver cleaning method smile.gif

But for now it just exceeds my budget wink.gif
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post #13 of 79
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How about drilling through straight push-in fittings? smile.gif (new inside diameter is 10mm in threaded side compared to 7.8mm hex)




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Now hoses I'm going to use will have same ID as my fittings! smile.gif
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EK VGA Supreme HF (Click to show)
Laing DDC1-T with new fittings and top (Click to show)
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Aftermarket Silver Power 750W silencing rubber (Click to show)
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Now, I tried to put this 13/10 masterkleer hose into the push-ins, but it was to thick :/



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You can see, that masterkleer hose haven't go through sealing, so it would be unsafe to use it. Here's how PU hose is fitting:


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So for now I'm stuck with this PU tubing, which is really great and I prefer it, but has only 8mm ID, and my modded fittings have 10 biggrin.gif
Could somebody post here link to tubing ID vs restriction/pressure drop/flow test?
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Update

I've managed to put chromed G1/2" brass extensions to radiator. They were glued, and they fit exactly the size of outlets - in some moment I had to use hammer to push them in wink.gif




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400+ views and almost no feedback? tiredsmiley.gif

Come on Guys, I want Your opinion on that smile.gif
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I would try putting some input in, but I have absolutely no experience with push in fittings.
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This will be the first time ive seen pushlock fittings used in the pc world. Looks promising. Definitely cheaper than compression fittings (for you at least). I curious to see the outcome of this after a few months use. Hopefully corrosion doesnt bite you.
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I'll bite. I like the idea of the push fittings and air hose grade tubing. I've had experience with these type of fittings/hose before but mainly used them for presurised shop air. Becareful on tight bend though. I've had is stuff snap on me with almost no bend or it can practically be tied is in a knot. You got any ideas for forming the tubing? i.e. running hot water through it to make it maluble and then forming it to tighter bends?

 

I'm gonna keep an eye on this, I'm interested to see how this turns out.

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This will be the first time ive seen pushlock fittings used in the pc world. Looks promising. Definitely cheaper than compression fittings (for you at least). I curious to see the outcome of this after a few months use. Hopefully corrosion doesnt bite you.

You may want to look a this review: The impact of tubing sizes wink.gif

As for the corrosion it will bite cause that is pure chemistry: there are different metals in the loop. Corrosion inhibitors however can slow it down so much, that You won't see any of that for years. (God, I hope so !!! wink.gif )

I'll be leaving my country next week for almost 2 months, so there will be enough time to do some test: I'll submerge examples of metals used in my loop with mixed liquid. I want to do more than just 1 variant of that test, using different mixes.


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I'll bite. I like the idea of the push fittings and air hose grade tubing. I've had experience with these type of fittings/hose before but mainly used them for presurised shop air. Becareful on tight bend though. I've had is stuff snap on me with almost no bend or it can practically be tied is in a knot. You got any ideas for forming the tubing? i.e. running hot water through it to make it maluble and then forming it to tighter bends?

I'm gonna keep an eye on this, I'm interested to see how this turns out.

Now that's worrying. I can imagine, that if the hose was somewhere cut a little bit somehow, it can snap while bending.

I haven't got any problems with getting angles that I wanted yet. As You said, it's possible to tied a knot with this tubing.

I've also managed to use simply rubber hose that I found in garage with push-ins. As long,as OD matches ID of sealing in fittings, there is no problem to achieve tight loop. I'll put some image later.

Thank You for Your support Guys smile.gif
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