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post #16681 of 16751 (permalink) Old 09-15-2019, 08:09 PM
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We need a new type of tubing. Mayhems Ultraclear leeches plasticizer ((
Since when! Mayhems does not leach any plastics.

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better send a sample of your tube n coolant

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Quote: Originally Posted by napych View Post
We need a new type of tubing. Mayhems Ultraclear leeches plasticizer ((
Hello ,

i ditched my masterkleer 13/10 tubing .
I wasn't aware of the softener issue since 2013

I recently bought 4m tygon norprene.
Didnt used it atm my new stuff would cost me ~750euros.Mostly watercool components.
Also planning to buy&test Watercool's EPDM tubing and maybe also a tygon 3400 tube.

Also ordered a few coolants from mayhems, will report back after my tests but could be a longer wait till then.

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I guess I should try Mayhems tubing once more. Used it with XT-1 and something in my blocks looks like plasticizer after 1 year of very moderate temperatures under 40C.
Maybe I’m just wrong.
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better send a sample of your tube n coolant

Good idea!
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can you send pics of your block gunk? did you test your fluid PH before getting rid of it all?

I've never personally used mayhem's branded tube, as I use clear coolant. however, I've yet to ever get serious plasticizer build up in any of my systems, using Adv. LRT.

IDR anymore, but I'm wondering if pH imbalance could increase/cause tubes to leach stuff.

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I guess I should try Mayhems tubing once more. Used it with XT-1 and something in my blocks looks like plasticizer after 1 year of very moderate temperatures under 40C.
Maybe I’m just wrong.
Hi,
I just got some mayhems 3/8-5/8" soft tubing from modmymods seems okay only in for a week so far about to do my x99 rig with might do it today
0.59 cents a foot hope it's not defective
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Quote: Originally Posted by napych View Post
I guess I should try Mayhems tubing once more. Used it with XT-1 and something in my blocks looks like plasticizer after 1 year of very moderate temperatures under 40C.
Maybe I’m just wrong.
A lot of buildup gets mislabeled as plasticizer. Most obvious tell is a whitish dust like substance that coats just about everything but in particular the tubing interior where it can be rubbed off quite easily when dry. https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...ths-usage.html

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post #16690 of 16751 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 10:21 PM
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I can’t test PH right now because colored coolant and drop test do not work together.
It’s not dust-like, it’s jelly-like.
I’ll gather more info, try to repeat the situation, and e-mail Mayhems directly.
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