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Safety Measurement in water cooling setup?

clshades

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Just use the "attach files" button under the text window. (I'm assuming that's not a mod-only function).

Second pic is a repair done New Year’s Eve. Looked similar to the blown manifold though.
 

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clshades

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Over filled/heated system, idiot proof it with accumulator that can handle the temp range or repeat for commerance
No. It’s done with expansion tanks. No special fluid will stop expansion in a heating system dude. Not possible and not to code. Filling a system is done via 15 psi fill valve. Systems are protected with a 30 psi relief. When expansion tanks blow the manifolds get worn out over time. Couple years and they will be fried.
 

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Looks heat or chemical reaction to plastic. Correct expantion done by air for fluid not compressible.
 

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