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Very neat clean set up there. Its looks very smart do you midn if i ask what you temps are like inc the ambient air temp (if you know).

I will try to get a few tests done soon and report back.
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post #152 of 15201
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Did you clean your system out with any using before using the dyes. We have spoken to ppl in the past and we normally find out its either a new system and has never been flushed or they have washed out with vinegar and not flushed properly afterwards that causes this to happen.

A good way to test is take the dye put some di water in a glass or bottle and seal it, make sure that it has been washed out beforehand. Leave it in you system next to the light, if the dye in the tubing / system fades and the one in the bottle / glass doesn't this tells you that some thing is wrong with your system and not the dye it self. thumb.gif
Edited by Mayhem - 8/19/12 at 6:51pm
post #153 of 15201
I did flush the system out, but only with distilled water. Mayhem's Ultrapure water is the actual coolant in the system currently.
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did you add a biocide. If you did how much / which biocide. If it was ours did you get the PH test kit with it, if so what is the reading on the kit.

What im trying to do is narrow it down because if we can find the route cause we can hopefully point you in the right direction to help fix the problem.
Edited by Mayhem - 8/19/12 at 6:59pm
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I'm using Mayhem's Extreme Biocide. Since I used almost exactly one bottle of the Mayhem's Ultrapure water (Which is 1 liter), I just put 2 drops of the biocide into the loop as per the instructions on the bottle.
post #156 of 15201
Hey there Mayhem,

What dye/ or combination of dye has the closest colour to this.

It will be intended for full time use.
post #157 of 15201
i wonder how hard it would be to make a color that looks like beer?
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A good way to test is take the dye put some di water in a glass or bottle and seal it, make sure that it has been washed out beforehand. Leave it in you system next to the light, if the dye in the tubing / system fades and the one in the bottle / glass doesn't this tells you that some thing is wrong with your system and not the dye it self. thumb.gif

I will try this tomorrow.
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i wonder how hard it would be to make a color that looks like beer?

Sorry to be a troll, but I assume you mean a domestic pale lager or a German pilsner style beer? Beer can be pretty much any color and has a whole method for describing the color of beer, called the Standard Reference Method or SRM. Check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Reference_Method and the chart there.
/troll mode=off biggrin.gif

If my assumption is correct, I would think a 50/50 clear x1/yellow x1 base with a drop (or less?) of red?
post #160 of 15201
yea, pale lager, though a guinness would look pretty awesome as well
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