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The only way I knew was from here on OCN. I hadn't seen anything in reviews but I had read it various times in various threads here. This site has been priceless for me.
Er..well, come to think of it, this place has cost me a fortune!!![/quote]

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post #5942 of 15449
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I know you support your products very well and that is why you have received a +rep from me with a glowing nice comment on your support recently.
Trying to understand the root cause of fouling loops with the st NEXXOS rads is what I was after by commenting.
Lesson learned my flushing methods need to be improved

Residue left over from it being soldered together. Flux and all that crap from the solder isn't washed out of the radiators, coolant picks it up and it messes up the coolant. It's hard to test that kind of thing in reviews because, lets be honest here, how are you going to test surface flux without either hacking the radiator in two or running coolant through it into a filter for 6 months.
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I recently setup my new loop and in my excitement I didn't take the time to flush my new UT45-360 and UT60-280 and this is what happened.


So yeah, there is all kinds of crap that can get left behind inside the rads. That happened in less than a week.
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I recently setup my new loop and in my excitement I didn't take the time to flush my new UT45-360 and UT60-280 and this is what happened.


So yeah, there is all kinds of crap that can get left behind inside the rads. That happened in less than a week.

Reminds me of the crap I use to polish my work boots before using mink oil.
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I recently setup my new loop and in my excitement I didn't take the time to flush my new UT45-360 and UT60-280 and this is what happened. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

So yeah, there is all kinds of crap that can get left behind inside the rads. That happened in less than a week.

Gross.......
post #5946 of 15449
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Originally Posted by Doc3379 View Post

I recently setup my new loop and in my excitement I didn't take the time to flush my new UT45-360 and UT60-280 and this is what happened.


So yeah, there is all kinds of crap that can get left behind inside the rads. That happened in less than a week.
Bet you'll flush your components more thoroughly now. thumb.gif
 
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lol, indeed. Patients is a virtue. I've got some pastel red that is patiently waiting to be used. I've flushed my system 3 times now with distilled water from 3 different places and I still can't get my Ph higher than 6.5ish. I'm planning on getting some of that Blitz cleaner when it comes out. I was thinking about it earlier though, if you are only supposed to use part 1 on the rads, then how would you set it up to cycle? Would you mix up part 1 in a bucket and use a submersible pump? Would you just add the mix to your entire loop?
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post #5948 of 15449
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Originally Posted by Doc3379 View Post

lol, indeed. Patients is a virtue.
that

My fav Quote.

Some news on top of the release of Blitz . We are working on a "Non Toxic" highly effective cleaner that is PH balanced. It still is in the early stages of testing but should be intresting to see how its goes. We may offer up some samples later on down the line.
post #5949 of 15449
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lol, indeed. Patients is a virtue. I've got some pastel red that is patiently waiting to be used. I've flushed my system 3 times now with distilled water from 3 different places and I still can't get my Ph higher than 6.5ish. I'm planning on getting some of that Blitz cleaner when it comes out. I was thinking about it earlier though, if you are only supposed to use part 1 on the rads, then how would you set it up to cycle? Would you mix up part 1 in a bucket and use a submersible pump? Would you just add the mix to your entire loop?

idk how I'd like to have a big bucket of chemicals out in the open. I'd be more likely to setup a small loop with just the rads, run part 1, drain, assemble full loop and move to part 2
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lol, indeed. Patients is a virtue. I've got some pastel red that is patiently waiting to be used. I've flushed my system 3 times now with distilled water from 3 different places and I still can't get my Ph higher than 6.5ish. I'm planning on getting some of that Blitz cleaner when it comes out. I was thinking about it earlier though, if you are only supposed to use part 1 on the rads, then how would you set it up to cycle? Would you mix up part 1 in a bucket and use a submersible pump? Would you just add the mix to your entire loop?

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idk how I'd like to have a big bucket of chemicals out in the open. I'd be more likely to setup a small loop with just the rads, run part 1, drain, assemble full loop and move to part 2

I thought part 1 was supposed to be poured into each rad and left there for a small time, I didn't think it was supposed to be "run" through the loop, IDK maybe @Mayhem could clarify this for us to some degree?
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