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post #21 of 33
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Found it, yeah it was buried in spam. Thanks Mick. And I agree with what you said that the logical assumption is it ate through something *not* brass or copper. But as Paul even said, zero reported issues with Mayhem Blitz Pro. So maybe this is a one off circumstance with a less than perfect rad.
post #22 of 33
Paul from XSPC has been in touch were sending him over some blitz kits for them to do some internal testing. thumb.gif
post #23 of 33
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Ive been providing him with all the information i can regarding the nature of the leak at the same time. I just put in some new rads to get the system going again. I hope that my rads were just anomaly. He wants me to verify both were affected and not just the one so ill be pumping water through them again. At least we all get closure.
post #24 of 33
Okay....You had rads that were fine and running....you added Blitz cleaner and they started to leak.......and this is XSPC's fault?

Lol

Then suddenly they (implied) filler their rads too?

doh.gif

Are you guys for real?

If there is a change of environment and there is a change in a subject resulting from that then the environment change is responsible. This is basic scientific deduction,there where 2 working subjects which became defective from the direct result of the kit being used.

And there is more in rads than just copper and brass,the tin in the solder will be the first to go...not the Cu.....from the result of using acid to clean a rad.
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If mains pressure water was used to flush the rad at any stage then it's possible that the seams of the tubing was stressed enough to split slightly.
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post #26 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

Okay....You had rads that were fine and running....you added Blitz cleaner and they started to leak.......and this is XSPC's fault?

Lol

Then suddenly they (implied) filler their rads too?

doh.gif

Are you guys for real?

If there is a change of environment and there is a change in a subject resulting from that then the environment change is responsible. This is basic scientific deduction,there where 2 working subjects which became defective from the direct result of the kit being used.

And there is more in rads than just copper and brass,the tin in the solder will be the first to go...not the Cu.....from the result of using acid to clean a rad.
He used part 2 cleaner which doesn't contain acids, it's in his original post and Mayhems responded here.
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As explained to you in the email, we responded to you with Mayhems Blitz pro Part 2 does not contain any acid and is only a type of surfactant which will lift and suspend any crap ready for removal out of the system with a final flush.
post #27 of 33
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It was part 1 that was used for just under 12 hrs- filled with distilled shaken thoroughly then drained about 4 times each rad; ran part 2 for the loop clean and first leak test. No main used to rinse
post #28 of 33
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It was part 1 that was used for just under 12 hrs- filled with distilled shaken thoroughly then drained about 4 times each rad; ran part 2 for the loop clean and first leak test. No main used to rinse


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Why does Mayhems recommend 12 hrs?!? 12 mins is more like it.....

Ever left a penny in a can of Coke? See how it cleans up significantly in 4-5 hours? The phoshoric acid Mick uses is significantly stronger in concentration.
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post #29 of 33
We use a weekend down version hence why it needs longer, We have to due to USA regs and have you ever tried shipping harsh chemicals worldwide... This has been discussed many times over on the Mayhems thread.

BTW over 8,000+ Blitz kits sold and this is the first time anyone has heard or seen this happen.
Edited by Mayhem - 7/11/15 at 4:02am
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We use a weekend down version hence why it needs longer, We have to due to USA regs and have you ever tried shipping harsh chemicals worldwide... This has been discussed many times over on the Mayhems thread.

BTW over 8,000+ Blitz kits sold and this is the first time anyone has heard or seen this happen.

I have not kept up on problems reported so im looking at this 'as is' and offering my opinion on the cause in the same manner.

Rather than just go with finger pointing,Im giving you the most logical reason for you to either look at possible concentration or use issues rather than the,quite frankly,bizarre reasons thrown up so far,I mean...filller? Really?

Do you want to improve your products? Then you need to listen to impartial viewpoints,whether you use that info is up to you tho.
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