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post #5731 of 15456
You as you suggested I added more color in the tank to see it also in the tubes, an effect that came out I did not want to, I don't like tthen the tank in moore dark, doesn't make sense, it's really ugly looking.

I tried to mix ocean blue and pink uv and I got a strange effect, I should do with the UV lights.

I am very disappointed, it is not easy to get visible color starting from the lens, don't understand why the tank becomes much darker, I've seen a lot of pictures on the Internet where the colors are uniform.

probably pass UV pastel white, I only regret that I have spent a lot of money











post #5732 of 15456
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Originally Posted by Papuz View Post

You as you suggested I added more color in the tank to see it also in the tubes, an effect that came out I did not want to, I don't like tthen the tank in moore dark, doesn't make sense, it's really ugly looking.

I tried to mix ocean blue and pink uv and I got a strange effect, I should do with the UV lights.

I am very disappointed, it is not easy to get visible color starting from the lens, don't understand why the tank becomes much darker, I've seen a lot of pictures on the Internet where the colors are uniform.

probably pass UV pastel white, I only regret that I have spent a lot of money











Bro this is kind of a physics problem. The thicker the water, the less light gets through and therefore the darker the color which means reservoirs will always look darker than the thinner amount of water in the tubes. This is why the deeper the ocean gets the darker blue it becomes.
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post #5733 of 15456
You're absolutely right, but I do not know the density of the liquid, my inexperience won my curiosity, now I'm discouraged, I leave everything so for the moment, partly because I did a great deal of effort to put it all in that little case, many time to bend the rigid pipes,,, very difficult work
post #5734 of 15456
You have two options. This is a know issue with clear dye because of the reasons described above. However if you want a uniform colour for your coolant throughout all your tubes you will have to use Pastel. Because Pastel is opaque you will not have this issue. So either you need to go with pastel or use coloured tubes to achieve your desired effect. However because you are running acrylic I doubt you want to go that route. Give the pastel a thought and let us know.
post #5735 of 15456
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@whitie63 Test strips are fine for clear liquids and pastel white. they are no good for coloured liquids as the dye effect the test strip.

We are currently testing / progressing with tests on a cheap electronic PH tester right now. Until l we've tested it completely we cannot say much more than that really.

We do not re brand stuff that not for us we leave that to other companies.

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

The new nano matt black arrived the other day that we've been working on with another company, one of my minions has thrown it in to pH 2 and pH 11 liquids. So far its laughing and still staying matt black. will take pics once i get back smile.gif. Once we've tested that we will see if it can take the heat of a system running mining apps 24/7 at 90+c for a few days. cannot wait to get back smile.gif
Edited by Mayhem - 3/26/14 at 1:00am
post #5736 of 15456
might want to rethink selling that ph meter. they are very finicky, requiring proper storage, cleaning, calibration and become a warranty nightmare because customers take such poor care of them and it's almost impossible to tell if it is malfunctioning because of defect or improper care. i get at least one returned to me at work every day.
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post #5737 of 15456
Ya at best just give some recommendations on pH meters but stay away from selling and supporting them. We have a high end multimeter that measures a bunch of parameters based on specialized electrodes and the pH electrode is the one that users manage to dump on the most.
post #5738 of 15456
Man.... been really busy lately lol. Had to catch up on a lot of threads. Looks like a lot of people are still having trouble with rads offsetting pH. Perhaps I will create a prep guide.........assuming I can find the time wink.gif
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might want to rethink selling that ph meter. they are very finicky, requiring proper storage, cleaning, calibration and become a warranty nightmare because customers take such poor care of them and it's almost impossible to tell if it is malfunctioning because of defect or improper care. i get at least one returned to me at work every day.

Agree with you on this. It takes active care to keep up with a nice pH meter and also keep it calibrated. For most, they will use it perhaps once or twice until their loop is running and throw it in a closet somewhere or something...
post #5739 of 15456
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We are only paying a small amount for them and ill test / calibrate each one before i send them out. They are a extra that you only pay a few quid for and will only be sold as part of the kit. We will be including PH re calibration packs and small tipped screw driver for recalibration but its literally a throw away item for the price we're paying and is a better visual indicator than PH test strips. As for looking after yeh i know i have 2 ORP, PH and EC meters that we have to calibrate daily and also service weekly not inc the ones on the main manufacturing equipment that we've built inline.

We can see how they go and if they are to much hassle we can drop the idea at a later date.
post #5740 of 15456
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We are only paying a small amount for them and ill test / calibrate each one before i send them out. They are a extra that you only pay a few quid for and will only be sold as part of the kit. We will be including PH re calibration packs and small tipped screw driver for recalibration but its literally a throw away item for the price we're paying and is a better visual indicator than PH test strips. As for looking after yeh i know i have 2 ORP, PH and EC meters that we have to calibrate daily and also service weekly not inc the ones on the main manufacturing equipment that we've built inline.

We can see how they go and if they are to much hassle we can drop the idea at a later date.
Sounds like a good plan, since yeah there is a huge opening of user misuse/care for the digital ph meters , I've had friends go through them a lot just due to minor accidents or faulty units in all (happens with electronics just no avoiding it). But a digital meter that can read in all your fluids & dyes would be awesome. thumb.gif
 
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