Koolance LIQ-705 is used by many industries requiring a low conductivity (0.36 micro Siemens), low-toxicity, reliable coolant with corrosion and biological inhibitors. A high quality coolant is extremely important for addressing dissimilar metals and biologic growth (bacterial and algae) long-term. Koolance liquids will not clog components and can typically be used for 2-3 years before replacement is recommended.
This 700mL (23.67 fl oz) container will function as a squirt bottle for convenient reservoir filling. It's recommended to replace the coolant every 2-3 years, or immediately if there is any change in color or clarity.
The freezing point is -35°C (-31°F). This coolant has been tested with the following materials:
- Metals: copper, aluminum, brass, lead, stainless steel, steel, nickel
- Plastics: PE, PP, PVC, POM, Acrylic, PPO, PA66, PPS, PPE, PEI, PES, PBT
- Rubber: EPDM, Viton
NOTE: Not recommended for polycarbonate plastics or other PC-based plastics.
"Low-Conductivity" vs. "Non-Conductive"
|Weight||2.10 lb (0.95 kg)|
|Dimensions||8.50 x 2.50 x 2.50 in (21.59 x 6.35 x 6.35 cm)|
|Freezing Point||-35°C (-31ºF)|
|Low Electrical Conductivity||Yes|
|Volume||700mL (23.67 fl oz)|
Liquid coolant mixtures based primarily on water will conduct some amount of electricity. With the exception of high amperage devices like power supplies, computer hardware is generally of low enough current not to conduct significantly through these types of fluids. Keep in mind that foreign debris (such as dust) will increase the conductivity of water-based coolants.
In contrast with some coolant manufacturers, Koolance feels that "Non-Conductive" is an improper term for water-based coolants. Although our coolant is actually of greater electrical resistance than many other brands available today, we feel a more correct term for this type of coolant is "Low-Conductivity".
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