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post #21 of 150
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Once every one or two months.
Pulled a little water, adding more and finally added one drop of Mayhems biodice every one liter

Ah that's okay. I just wondered if you were putting in a couple of drops every week, then it would start to collect.
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post #22 of 150
Deminiralized water, I think, is not the same as distilled water:
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Is Distilled Water the Same as Demineralized Water?
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No, distilled water is not the same as demineralized water. Distilled water is essentially condensed water vapor. It is purifed through a boiling process. demineralized water goes through a filter known as a resin bed.

http://www.ask.com/question/is-distilled-water-the-same-as-demineralized-water

I'm sure someone else can elaborate on this and maybe find a correlation (if any) to your situation. Sucks about the denial of warranty. Btw, I know these are Laing D5 pumps just w/ Koolance badges. Just like Swiftech, Danger Den, Ek, etc.
post #23 of 150
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Deminiralized water, I think, is not the same as distilled water:
http://www.ask.com/question/is-distilled-water-the-same-as-demineralized-water

I'm sure someone else can elaborate on this and maybe find a correlation (if any) to your situation. Sucks about the denial of warranty. Btw, I know these are Laing D5 pumps just w/ Koolance badges. Just like Swiftech, Danger Den, Ek, etc.
In the Netherlands we pretty much all use demineralised water, since distilled isn't commonly available like in the States. I've never had problems, and not seen any issues on Dutch watercooling enthusiast forums. Demineralised certainly doesn't contain any particles large enough to cause some issue like that sludge in the OP's pictures.
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post #24 of 150
I think you used some funky water. Sorry for your loss. But I don't think it's fair to blame Koolance. That is not distilled water.
post #25 of 150
I had a feeling this was not distilled and that's why I asked. I've heard of cases with diminiralized water used instead. It sucks but this ain't distilled. Every country will process either one of these waters a bit different and regulations could differ. I would recommend if you're never sure, buy what the wc companies recommend unless you know 100% its distilled.


Would be interesting to know what ph level was the liquid in the loop and whats in the can. possibly some reaction w/ the Mayhemns?
post #26 of 150
koolance sucks, even more then ek.
post #27 of 150
mm esto , hacete koolance by rma

1) antes..


uso esto?


2)***desp bomba rma ,rma ya oring??


Edited by Chomuco - 1/9/14 at 6:02pm
post #28 of 150
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I had a feeling this was not distilled and that's why I asked. I've heard of cases with diminiralized water used instead. It sucks but this ain't distilled. Every country will process either one of these waters a bit different and regulations could differ. I would recommend if you're never sure, buy what the wc companies recommend unless you know 100% its distilled.


Would be interesting to know what ph level was the liquid in the loop and whats in the can. possibly some reaction w/ the Mayhemns?

It's pretty much just copper sulfate. It could be a reaction the water had with mixed metals in the loop and then the mayhem's copper sulfate on top of that. There's a lot of variables involved here, but it would seem almost impossible that this all happened overnight. I guess if the pump starts failing and the water starts getting excessively warm it would accelerate the process. But man, that just seems highly unfortunate.
post #29 of 150
its definitely unfortunate but I dont see why Koolance is responsible for this.
post #30 of 150
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Make me laugh like draw all conclusions that are algae or send me to the error.

If I had brought the error would have to be the bomb destroyed a while ...

I still maintain the theory that the pump failure. Manufacturing defect that can not take more than 7 months on and filter the water.

I repeat that if they were algae, there would have created the thread.

If they see the photos, look all dirty, but the dirt was done because the pump to filter water out and run out of liquid hit the shaft pump countless times ...

Show Chomuco's pics are mine. Before and after arming ... As you will see tubing clean.

Algae were not, I repeat.
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