Also backed up by rigorous testing, EK has made sure the EK-Dye Pack will follow the success path of EK-CryoFuel coolants.
The package consists of Red, Yellow and Blue dye bottles that you apply to your base coolant – either EK-Cryofuel Solid Cloud White or EK-Cryofuel Clear, depending on the preference for transparent or solid coolant.
EK made some color recipes as a basis, but in this case, the manual is more like a guideline. You can follow it, or not. Tastes differ, so why conform to a standard when you can create something to proudly call your own. Ultimately, it also allows you to swap the color of your coolant if you get bored. There are two main roads - picking the EK-CryoFuel Solid Cloud White as a base to get the solid coolant or opting for the transparent variant by having the foundation in EK-CryoFuel Clear.
One Dye Pack bottle on average contains roughly 340 drops, but the number may also vary depending on the dosage. If you’re aiming for a more intense shade, increase the dye quantity with appropriate mixing ratios.
The mixing ratios in the tables are given as drops for one liter of coolant and are just informative. They are only guidelines for mixing your color and shade. The final tone can deviate from charted instructions. It is mandatory to use specifically engineered coolants as a base that contain corrosion, scale, and biological inhibitors in order to prevent damage to your nickel plated water block! In case of using EK-CryoFuel Clear and EK-CryoFuel Solid Cloud White concentrates, we suggest that you first prepare Premix and then start mixing the dyes.