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post #5491 of 15449
As a chemical engineer, I applaud the use of named chemicals and am curious about the rest of them. Good job though thumb.gif
post #5492 of 15449
I want to try this new cleaning system myself.
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post #5493 of 15449
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The main chemical in Part 2 is Alkyldimethylbenzyl amm. chloride with none ionic surfactants and other non destructive cleaners.
post #5494 of 15449
What is the alkyl group being used if you can say that?
post #5495 of 15449
Thread Starter 
were using a blend of Quaternary Ammonium Compound using a long alkyl chain. I do not want to go into to much details as some companies like to copy and if we make there life to easy they would just copy what were doing smile.gif

Im not a chemical engineer but feel like one haha.
Edited by Mayhem - 3/10/14 at 6:35pm
post #5496 of 15449
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Originally Posted by Mayhem View Post

Colour changes are normally down to the rad releasing contaminants into the system over time. When heat is applied this is when you start getting colour changes. We have noted that some manufacturers do not clean there rads very well before sending them to re-sellers or customers. This is not our fault how ever we have been working on a cleaning system that will resolve the issue.

The first part of our solution is a mix of different chemicals and one of them is "Phosphoric Acid" which is a well known cleaner and will clean up copper and solder within 1 to 2 hours. It will take the liquid down to PH 2.2 so is not something you should mess around with too much, how ever once used you can dispose of it down the normal drainage system. The 1st part also contains some surfactants. We would advise you to only use this to wash your rads out separate from the whole system. If you do not this it will strip some plated products especially if left longer than 2 hours. This was noted on Koolance quick release fittings.

The second part of the system is a PH balanced liquid PH 7.2 and contains non ionic surfactants and cleaners. This you should run with the rad placed back in the system and should be run for 24 hours. This will help neutralise any acid or Alkaline components and will not eat away at any fitting or seals. You need to run it in a system that has only the pump powered on so that there is flow around the whole system. Once the flush is complete after 24 hours it then can be emptied down the main darin and then you flush out you system two more times with water and you should now have a completely cleaned system with no issues what so ever.

Advantages of the cleaning system and instructions ->

BETA "Mayhems "BLITZ" cleaning system"

Contents

50ml Part 1 Cleaning System
50ml Part 2 Cleaning System
Rubber gloves
Instructions
Warnings (separate sheet in Bold / Red)

Part 1 -
  • Maximum effectiveness
  • Rapid neutralisation of surface rust and contamination
  • Rigorous removal of mineral scale deposits
  • Excellent suspension of particulates
  • Low foaming.
  • Hard water tolerant
  • Can be disposed of to grey-water drain
  • Easy to handle and straight forward to use
  • Improves heat transfer rate

Usage -
  1. Mix Part one with water to a ratio of 0.025 to 1. So 25ml of part 1 to 975ml of water.
  2. Add to the radiator and clean up any spills immediately.
  3. Vent the system of any trapped air. and cap the radiator.
  4. Recirculate for a maximum of two hours. (shake very 10 min)
  5. After two hours empty down the waste drain. DO NOT LEAVE LONGER THAN TWO HOURS
  6. Refill with fresh water and rise out.
  7. Repeat this 2 times.
  8. Refit to loop and move to part two of the cleaning system.

Part 2 -
  • pH neutral (7pH)
  • Effective neutralisation of bacteria & algae
  • Good removal of slime, silt & detritus
  • Excellent suspension of particulates
  • Hard water tolerant
  • Can be disposed of to grey-water drain
  • Easy to handle and straightforward to use
  • Improves heat transfer rate

Usage -
  1. Drain existing system contents.
  2. Mix Part two with water to a ratio of 0.025 to 1. So 25ml of part 1 to 975ml of water.
  3. Add the part 2 solution to the system.
  4. Vent the system of any trapped air.
  5. Recirculate for a maximum of 24 hours. Regularly check all filters and clean as necessary.
  6. Refill with fresh water.
  7. Run for 30 minutes
  8. Empty out and refill with fresh water.
  9. Run for 30 minutes
  10. Empty out and fill with your favorite coolant.
  11. Your system is now cleaned and ready to use..

This is a real good cleaning system that will do a good job how ever the only down side is, its not a "quick" flush some people expect. If your going to do something, do it well wink.gif.

Btw this system will clean out Aurora fully.

Looks awesome. I usually flush my system a good 24hrs anyway so it would be right up my alley lol
post #5497 of 15449
Where can I procure one of these kits? I'm switching from green pastel to my own sky blue color and I want the loop nice and tidy!
post #5498 of 15449
Thread Starter 
it wont be out for a bit as im on my hols friday (for 14 days) and we need to look at boxing it, the legality and which countries we can ship to, what restrictions are in place , costs involved ect ect ect.
post #5499 of 15449
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Originally Posted by Mayhem View Post

were using a blend of Quaternary Ammonium Compound using a long alkyl chain. I do not want to go into to much details as some companies like to copy and if we make there life to easy they would just copy what were doing smile.gif

Im not a chemical engineer but feel like one haha.

Fair enough, let me know if I can do anything.
post #5500 of 15449
Hey Guys I have had my SM8 with Pastel White up for about 9 months. I recently noticed a green tint to this pastel white. I am about to do a tear down to inspect but wanted to see if anyone else experienced this or had any suggestions.
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