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As blocks get smaller impingement plates the fluids need to evolve. Mayhems Pastel was based on a 20 to 40nm Particle size how ever things move on. We've created from the ground up a new 10nm Pastel additive that is more advanced than anything in water cooling. Companies are now trying to copy mayhems work how ever we are years in advance of them and always have been. The new coolants will last from 3 to 5 years in a water cooling system.

Watch as we demo 15mls of the new additive making 3 ltrs of active coolant. This will save a fortune on shipping and will allow users to make any colour as they wish much cheaper than in the past. These new coolants are "patent pending" and are some of the most advanced cooling products in the world today for PC cooling.

We ask you for 2liter premixes and you give us a concentrate capable of 3 liters, and lasts twice as long? Remind me not to order a tank from you, I don't know what I'd do with something like this. XD


In all serious that's a pretty significant step up. Since it's such a small bottle does it still have all the surfactants and anti-corrosives in it, or did those take a hit for the team so to speak.

-Z
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It has the Biocide, Surfactants and Anti foaming agents needed in it, how ever it does not contain anti corrosives agents else we would only get 50ml per 1 Ltr. So if you wanted Anti corrosive agents you could mix with X1, XT1 to give you this protection.

The main thing this does it completely block out UV light and uses a natural biocide to stop things from growing. Also this is a Totally 100% safe product. thumb.gif

@electro2u any chance you could send us a sample to check out the issue.
Edited by Mayhem - 11/7/14 at 3:32am
post #8633 of 15453
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It has the Biocide, Surfactants and Anti foaming agents needed in it, how ever it does not contain anti corrosives agents else we would only get 50ml per 1 Ltr. So if you wanted Anti corrosive agents you could mix with X1, XT1 to give you this protection.

The main thing this does it completely block out UV light and uses a natural biocide to stop things from growing. Also this is a Totally 100% safe product. thumb.gif

@electro2u any chance you could send us a sample to check out the issue.

So essentially it's the Pastel version of the Aurora shots?

That's a pretty big step. Are you going to discontinue the normal pastel line then?

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post #8634 of 15453
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This is a more advanced version of pastel and its a complete side step from pastel as such. So much so this actually is even better at cooling than pastel and water how ever users will how to find out how different it is.

Updated the vid

Corrected a spelling mistake :/ lol

Been asked to show a Pic of How UV active it is. well this is a hand held single UV Led on the green ->


Edited by Mayhem - 11/7/14 at 4:13am
post #8635 of 15453
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@electro2u any chance you could send us a sample to check out the issue.
Well sure, I can do that. smile.gif But I'm not out to get any free stuff was just an observation. The point of the coolant was to keep corrosion and bio-organisms at bay, and it works fine as far as I can tell. I change out my coolant a lot so far in my H2O adventures and I'm just using Primochill Advanced LRT right now. Soon (before Yellowstone blows anyway) I will be changing to rigid Acrylic E22 and at that point I will want to have a long-term coolant chosen. I was wanting to come up with a Blue UV Pastel, but Ii'll skip the UV part unless I can keep adding dye to bring the UV component back to eye popping.
Here we have the before (actually this is almost a week in) with lighting coming in from outside during the day

And here is now (almost 3 weeks in) with no light... trying to give the UV every chance to shine.

I recognize the red lighting is not helping, but they are exactly the same red lights in both pictures. There is a lot of UV lighting all around the case, including a strip inside the 5.25" bay area.
post #8636 of 15453
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We need to fix you issue or at least find out what the issue is and obv if its a issue with the fluids or not we will replace them free of charge any way that is the way Mayhems works.

But lets get you sorted and worry about that after.

If you PM me ill send you over what we would need and then we can go from there smile.gif.

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post #8637 of 15453
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How come UV coolant doesn't stay very UV for very long? I started out with EK clear/UV blue and the UV effect lasted about 2 weeks. I figured they or I did something wrong and recently replaced with Mayhems UV blue XT-1 and same experience, it sort of just dropped out all of a sudden. They even smelled the same lol!

Have you ever, at any point, used Mayhems Biocide Extreme, other copper sulphate addditives (I&H Deadwater, PT Nuke, etc.) or PT Nuke PHN (benzyl chloride) in that loop before?

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If those 10nm particles (hydrodynamic diameter?) are what I think they are based on a previous PM, then congrats. Getting them consistently manufactured in the same size and diameter distribution on a mid-large scale isn't the easiest thing in the world.

Is there a good anticorrossive concentrate? If not, can we make one of there is access to chemicals? I am not sure if diluting this with X1 is the way to go tbh.
post #8639 of 15453
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Have you ever, at any point, used Mayhems Biocide Extreme, other copper sulphate addditives (I&H Deadwater, PT Nuke, etc.) or PT Nuke PHN (benzyl chloride) in that loop before?

-Z
I have only used Primochill sysPrep and Liquid Utopia with plain distilled, with lots of distilled water flushing and diluting in between the 2 times I've gone with UV mixes. One was a premix and the Mayhems was a concentrate that I mixed extremely precisely.
post #8640 of 15453
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If those 10nm particles (hydrodynamic diameter?) are what I think they are based on a previous PM, then congrats. Getting them consistently manufactured in the same size and diameter distribution on a mid-large scale isn't the easiest thing in the world.

Is there a good anticorrossive concentrate? If not, can we make one of there is access to chemicals? I am not sure if diluting this with X1 is the way to go tbh.

XT-1 is ethylene glycol based, there isn't much better anti corrosives than ethylene glycol. 15ml of the pastel shot into the X1 won't dilute it much, if at all. I've put more dye than that in before XD

-Z
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I have only used Primochill sysPrep and Liquid Utopia with plain distilled, with lots of distilled water flushing and diluting in between the 2 times I've gone with UV mixes. One was a premix and the Mayhems was a concentrate that I mixed extremely precisely.

Odd, I've mayhems clear/UV before and it lasted a long time, albeit I was using it with X1. CuSo4 and Benzyl chloride burn through UV effects pretty fast, so that's why I asked. Anyways, hope you get it sorted out.

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