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    Default PT Nuke

    For those who are running dis-stilled Water and PT Nuke,

    Which one do you prefer to use:

    This: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/peptpcobi1.html

    O
    r This:
    http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/peptcobi1.html

    A
    lso Why?

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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    The clear one contain Benzalkonium chloride, it's commonly use in antiseptic and spermicide. It has high pH that can retarded the corrosion in metals.

    The blue one contain Copper sulfate pentahydrate. It can be found in swimming pool algaecide
    and aquarium parasite killer. It is deadly poison at concentrate stage.

    Both serves as biocider but the white is better choice if your loop has a lot of mix metals.

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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    For those who are running dis-stilled Water and PT Nuke,

    Which one do you prefer to use:

    This: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/peptpcobi1.html

    O
    r This:
    http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/peptcobi1.html

    A
    lso Why?
    This is what have always used.

    Why,
    Works for me when I open up the Block, Twice inspected on my block
    Clean.
    Attachment 2714



    Later

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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    I use the blue.

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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    I use the clear

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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    The clear one contain Benzalkonium chloride, it's commonly use in antiseptic and spermicide. It has high pH that can retarded the corrosion in metals.

    The blue one contain Copper sulfate pentahydrate. It can be found in swimming pool algaecide
    and aquarium parasite killer. It is deadly poison at concentrate stage.

    Both serves as biocider but the white is better choice if your loop has a lot of mix metals.
    Spermicide lol well Kenny you wont have to worry about your PC getting pregnant lol
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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    Contemplating to buy one of these, but only have blue locally. Currently I'm still using Feser corrosion blocker but i have not seen it being sold for awhile now guessed that its been discontinued

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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Spermicide lol well Kenny you wont have to worry about your PC getting pregnant lol
    LOLz!! Its ok.. shes on birth control already!!

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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    Another Question, Where are you guys ordering this???
    I know Sidewinders has them, but I feel like its a waste to just order the PT Nuke. Shipping cost more then the item.
    I should have added to my order I made couple days ago..

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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Another Question, Where are you guys ordering this???
    I know Sidewinders has them, but I feel like its a waste to just order the PT Nuke. Shipping cost more then the item.
    I should have added to my order I made couple days ago..
    I used SideWinder but had a pretty good order at the time so shipping was for all.

    Still have a bottle and a half left.
    Only takes a few drops and my system holds alot of water.

    Later

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    Default Re: PT Nuke

    this is who I buy it from
    I only use the clear formula
    Petra's Tech Shop

    Description:


    Nuke -PHN is a specially formulated Benzalkonium chloride solution intended for use as a biocide in your water cooled PC. Primarily geared toward systems running straight distilled water, Nuke -PHN is not acidic and will not drop your coolant's pH, making it ideal for use in poorly buffered coolants and situations where corrosion is a concern (since many corrosion inhibitors are optimized for use within a pH range of 7-8.5). However, we do not recommend the use of Nuke -PHN with most "pre-mixed PC coolants" and dyes (though, our testing indicates that there may be no compatibility issue with Feser's UV dyes). Do not mix Nuke -PHN with the original Copper sulfate based Nuke -Cu.


    Instructions & Ingredients:


    Use: Add 4 drops per 1L of coolant for approx. 2ppm
    Active Ingredient: Benzalkonium chloride 1.65%


    Warning: This product contains Benzalkonium chloride. DO NOT INGEST! AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES AND SKIN! KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS!


    • If ingested, do not induce vomiting. Give plenty of water to drink and seek medical attention.


    • If contact with skin occurs, rinse with plenty of water. Seek medical attention if pain or irritation persists.


    • Contact with eyes can result in corneal damage--AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES! If contact with eyes occurs, thoroughly rinse eyes under tepid running water for at least 15 minutes. If sensitivity to light, irritation, pain, or swelling persists, seek medical attention immediately.
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