Originally Posted by SentryOptic
copper and nickel will do the exact same thing over time, dude. When two dissimilar metals come in any form of contact, galvanic corrosion occurs, albeit at differing rates. Get your own facts before undermining mine.
I'm going to type this up so that a two year old can understand.
The statement that I was responding to was the following statement written by you.
"Koolance does use aluminum in all of their products."
I NEVER said anything about galvanic corrosion, I was pointing out that you were in error, I proved that with the three items I originally posted, none of them show aluminum being used in the construction.
I never said how good they were, how well they hold up, or if they indeed show galvanic corrosion.
As for me to trying to start a flamewar, since when is pointing out an error considered a flamewar????