Alphacool bulkhead connector G1/4 - deep black

Alphacool bulkhead connector G1/4 - deep black

Alphacool
Scan code: LN59148 Manufacturer code: 17069 Request call
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Product Overview Alphacools's fittings go new ways in looks, quality of manufacturing, colours and choice. The inner diameter of these fittings truly deserves the „high flow“ attribute!

The first three colours, Chrome, Deep Black and Shiny Copper offer something for every taste. The product matching series are designed to look elegant in every system, highlighting the individual design of the computer. The limits are endless with these Alphacool fittings in combination with Alphacool tubing!

With a new process during chromatising the surface finish is completely connected with the brass body, hence ensuring permanent intense colours and peeling of the chrome layer. The Alphacool name in blue lettering on some of the fittings additionally underlines the individuality of these items. Features Length: 24mm
Width: max 31mm
Required hole diameter: 20mm
Key width fixed part: 24mm
Key width counter nut: 27mm
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Alphacool bulkhead connector G1/4 - deep black
Alphacool bulkhead connector G1/4 - deep black