EK DuraClear 3M Clear Water Cooling Tubing 9.5mm/12.7mm
3M EK-DuraClear Advanced Liquid Cooling Tubing, 9.5mm Inner/12.7mm Outer, Clear/Transparent, Non-UV, Logo-Free, Retail
Our top priority during the development of this tube was the prevention of bacterial growth on the tubing wall. To eliminate this problem, EK-DuraClear has very smooth inner walls that prevent any kind of bacterial adhesion. Tested in the most extreme environments, the EK-DuraClear is guaranteed to withstand far worse conditions that would ever appear in the everyday use.
One of the most important features that the soft tube should have is the flexibility and good bend ratio without kinks. EK-DuraClear has one of the best bend ratios on the market. Doing a tight turn in your liquid cooling build has never been easier! Tighter bends without kinking will allow you to have no reduction in cooling performance whatsoever.
Unlike the matte black EK ZMT Tube, EK-DuraClear is a transparent tube, designed to be used with EK-Ekoolant cooling liquids. Coloured liquid really gives your build a touch of personality and there is nothing more beautiful than matching colours of liquid with your hardware. Features • Highly durable.
• UV Resistant.
• Logo Free (no print on tube).
• Inner Wall resilience.
• Environmentally responsible, safe and non-toxic product.
• Material: PVC.
• Colour: Clear, not UV-reactive (resistant to UVA & UVB).
• Length: 3 meters.
• Operating temperature range: -20°C to 80°C.
• DEHP Free.
• Phthalate Free.
• California’s Prop 65 compliant.
• FDA Approved ingredients.
• ROHS Compliant PVC.
• Internal diameter (ID): 9,5 mm (3/8").
• Outer diameter (OD): 12,7 mm (1/2").
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