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Originally Posted by pangeltveit;11983180 
okay, but why does it have to be 99.99% ?

To allow it to dissolve? I really don't know. 92.5% would be fine unless that added copper somehow prevents the silver from dissolving.
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Originally Posted by charliehorse55;11983309 
To allow it to dissolve? I really don't know. 92.5% would be fine unless that added copper somehow prevents the silver from dissolving.

That makes sence smile.gif

Ive really been trying to find silver, but since I cant find any, I will just buy some anti coagulant and anti corrosion or something frown.gif
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Have you tried looking in a Pet shop for some Copper (II) Sulfate based algaecide?
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Have you tried looking in a Pet shop for some Copper (II) Sulfate based algaecide?

I havent, but I will tomorrow smile.gif
post #65 of 69
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2 Quick questions:

Only Algecide? not anything a gainst corrosion?

Wash the Rads with regular water from the kitchen+soap, or Distilled+soap? (any special soap/stuff that cant be in the soap?)
Edited by Norlig - 1/12/11 at 3:11pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pangeltveit;11987796 
2 Quick questions:

Only Algecide? not anything a gainst corrosion?

Wash the Rads with regular water from the kitchen+soap, or Distilled+soap? (any special soap/stuff that cant be in the soap?)

Corrosion isn't a problem because you don't have any aluminum in your loop. You can use practically any chemical to clean your radiator as long as you make sure you get the radiator completely free of it before installing it back into your loop.
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Hi again smile.gif

I seem to only be able to find Filtered water. at the shops I went to.

I went to a Drug store and they had 2 types of water. rinse water for cleaning wounds, and "injenction water" or something, not sure what that ment. I got a phone number to call, to try to find out how it was cleaned, since the people at the drug store didnt know.

Filtered water isnt good enough, Would the Rinse water or "injection water" be good enough? or should I just buy 2 liters of Feser Aqua Ultra Pure Water from Techbay.no for $10 a liter + shipping?

Over to the Algaecide, The pet shot didnt have any Copper sulfide based, they had some tablet things that is 1 tablet per 20liter. but didnt buy it, also afraid it would go into the pump.

I will get all the components today, I just dont have anything I can fill it with sad-smiley-002.gif
post #68 of 69
At least here in Finland all service stations and car part stores sell distilled water for car batteries.
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I found distilled water yesterday at another drug store, also bought some Silver Algae killer pills at the same drug store (ment to keep drinking water clean for upto 6 monts)

the Top Radiator was too big. so I coudlnt fit the 120mm under it on the backside.
Made a hole on the underside of my Case and fitted it there. Missing some screws, so I couldnt fit all the fans on the radiator, Will order some when I get home from work.

This was a really fun project and Hopefully, there will be Pictures tomorrow ^^

Edit: I will post pictures when I get some other stuff ive ordered. lights and a few screws so I can mount all the fans tongue.gif
Edited by Norlig - 1/16/11 at 1:36am
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