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Originally Posted by ZytheEKS View Post

Light blue coolant, trust me on this. If it sounds iffy to you and you end up not liking it you can always throw in some more blue and red and you can go with purple really easily, but I have a feeling you'll be content with a very light blue transparent coolant with a red/black setup.

Ok thanks a lot, I'll try that. That actually seems pretty nice the way I'm envisioning it.
post #5762 of 15453
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The pH test meter you are showing is close to what we are buying in bulk (except ours have a larger screen) for a few quid each. We will be adding these to the test kits hence why we consider them a throw away meter. We know they're not perfect how ever as said they are better than Test strips alone for testing coloured liquids smile.gif and better than paying £100+ for a test meter.

Were just awaiting for all the new bottles to arrive and bulk test meters then we will start shipping the new kits. Were allso awaiting for our tax bills for the import duty so we can work out the final costs of the blitz systems. All the warning labels and "REACH" Compliance data has been done so nearly ready to go.
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Exciting news Mick! I'm really glad you're so passionate about WCing. biggrin.gif
    
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Great news!!
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I found cheap Digital PH Meter With ATC. So, how hard to calibrate digital pH meter? Do I need to re-calibrate frequently?

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I found one on ebay it looks like a good deal for a throwaway to me10 bucks is cheap for something that will read died fluids also comes with all the pH correction fluids heck of a deal just look on ebay
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I have personal experience with this ph meter. It's junk. That being said any ph meter less than $200 is always going to be junk. There is no good, reliable and cheap ph meters. They just don't exist. Just be forewarned that you get what you pay for and that you shouldn't expect this thing to last more than a year. Far less without proper care. You will need 7.0 calibration solution for that meter and a mini flathead to turn a screw to calibrate the unit. The unit will need to soak in tap water for 24 hours before use or calibration and the probe will need to be stored in tap water at all times when not in use. Never store the meter in distilled or reverse osmosis water. This will ruin the probe.

Don't pay more than $15 for this meter. I've seen it go for as low as $7 before.


Pretty much all of this lol

Also don't think that DI water will be your pH 7 solution cause it cannot really be measured without using buffers which you probably don't (nor should you) have laying around. Tap water will not be 7 cause of the junk it picks up through treatment and plumbing
post #5767 of 15453
that depends, has anyone ever run a PPM meter in dyed solution to see if there is any in there? if there is a hundred PPM or so the digital meter might work. i'm used to measuring nutrient mixes with these meters and not water loops lol.
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Pretty much all of this lol

Also don't think that DI water will be your pH 7 solution cause it cannot really be measured without using buffers which you probably don't (nor should you) have laying around. Tap water will not be 7 cause of the junk it picks up through treatment and plumbing

Tap water will be around 6, distilled water should be around 6.3, deionized will have anywhere from a .5-7 pH reading but that's just a result of a lack of hydrogen ions in the water, in reality it doesn't have a legitimate pH value as there aren't enough hydrogen ions in it to register. It will react with other stuff as it it were pH neutral, that is until it re-ionizes or forms carbonic acid. DI is a pain when it comes to using it in coolant or measuring pH.
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post #5769 of 15453
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DI indeed is a pain to measure how ever adding dye the PPM goes through the roof and its much easier to to measure. Also adding coolant makes it easier measure so the end test and begining tests will be easy to see what is happening. Washing out / rinsing are harder to see. Even leaving the top off DI water for a few hours will make it easier to read.

The advance Cleaning kit isn't for the faint hearted and its not for someone after a quick fix. The 24 hours cleaning period alone will put the quick fix users off.
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I have personal experience with this ph meter. It's junk. That being said any ph meter less than $200 is always going to be junk. There is no good, reliable and cheap ph meters. They just don't exist. Just be forewarned that you get what you pay for and that you shouldn't expect this thing to last more than a year. Far less without proper care. You will need 7.0 calibration solution for that meter and a mini flathead to turn a screw to calibrate the unit. The unit will need to soak in tap water for 24 hours before use or calibration and the probe will need to be stored in tap water at all times when not in use. Never store the meter in distilled or reverse osmosis water. This will ruin the probe.

Don't pay more than $15 for this meter. I've seen it go for as low as $7 before.


Pretty much all of this lol

Also don't think that DI water will be your pH 7 solution cause it cannot really be measured without using buffers which you probably don't (nor should you) have laying around. Tap water will not be 7 cause of the junk it picks up through treatment and plumbing
The digital pH meter I posted in my previous post come with - 1 x Calibration Adjustment screwdriver & 2 x Packets of calibration buffer solution. I imagine for first time, I'll need to calibrate it. So, there is an extra buffer solution left. If I stored it in tap water, next time when I want to use it, I don't have to re-calibrate again, right?
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