Distilled water has no minerals in it because its been distilled,
thats what distillation does, it removes minerals like salts from the base liquid,
its used in W/c because minerals can build up and clog blocks, either through the mere fact they exist in the loop, or by reacting with the metals in the loop and causing corrosion
but the conductivity of the liquid used will always increase to a point because as it passes through the pump it becomes ionised, it passes through the field created by the pump so is affected by it
thats one reason we try to steer folks clear of 'XXXwundabrand non-conductive megawater Uv green fluid'
dyes are particles in your liquid, particles are bad, and nothing passing through an electrical field is unaffected by it, that 'non-conductive' fluid you paid an extra $xxx for doesn't stay non-conductive for more than a few minutes
NaCl is sodium chloride btw, I hope nobody adds table salt to their loop as its corrosive as hell hehe
awesome ok i just used walmart distilled water and have had no leaks so far. i didnt except any as ive had years of experience with radiators on a racing side of it but there a water leak isnt very bad unlike.....