- Article no.: 1012839
- Manufacturer no.: 17380
- EAN: 4250197173803
- Weight: 0,133 kg
> 50 available in stock
Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
|2. Side:||G1/4" outer thread|
|Compatibility:||Stiff tubing (PUR), Carbonrohre|
With Alphacool’s new compression fittings for plexi, brass, borosilicate glass, or carbon tubes, Alphacool is taking another step in the direction of perfection and quality.
The first two colours, chrome and deep black, offer a great variety to suit many tastes. The fully coordinated product series gives every system a chance to shine, and the customization options are endless when paired with Alphacool plexi-brass tubes!
A new chromatization technique binds the colouring tightly to the brass surface. This improves the longevity of the intense colour and prevents any chipping of the chrome layer. Blue Alphacool lettering on some of the connectors also highlights the uniqueness of these parts.
The function of these connectors is:
This connector can be used to connect two 12mm plexi, brass, borosilicate glass, or carbon tubes.
Since six connectors of one kind are often necessary, Alphacool is now offering Sixpacks. This has a lot of advantages for you!
Material: chromatized brass
Scope of Delivery:
1x Alphacool HT 12mm HardTube compression fitting G1/4 for carbon tubes (rigid or hard tubes) - knurled - chrome sixpack
Attention: The manufacturer Mayhems advises that Mayhems fluids, especially the Aurora line of products, have been manufactured and distributed solely for show and modding purposes. These should not be utilized in the system for more than 14 days.
We would also like to advise that Mayhems fluids can damage water cooling products, and using Mayhems fluids can thereby void the warranties offered by the following manufacturers: Koolance, Phobya, Alphacool, Aqua Computer, Watercool.
Damages such as: clogging, corrosion of aluminium radiators, deterioration of glued containers, etc., are a consequence of the use of Mayhems, but will not be reimbursed by Mayhems. Use is therefore at one’s own risk.