Alphacool Eiszapfen L-Connector Rotatable Chrome
Alphacool Eiszapfen L-Connector, Rotatable G1/4 Outer Thread to G1/4 Inner Thread, Chrome
By DPD On 17th Jan 2019
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Every requirement you could have of a connector is met with this series: highflow, form, processing and colour. A refusal to compromise in development and production has made the Eiszapfen series into what it is. Components are available in brilliant chrome or a deep, matte black, which will fit excellently into any system.
A special procedure binds the outer coating firmly to the surface, improving the longevity of the intense colour and preventing any chipping or peeling of the coating. Every connector now has the Alphacool logo, which along with their distinctive shape makes them unmistakable!
Anyone looking for colourful options has them: the O-rings in the shipment come in three colours. With the available UV-light option, these will even light up in the corresponding colour.
Model: Rotatable L-Connector
This 90° angle adapter has a rotatable ¼” external screw thread on one side and a ¼” internal thread on the other side. This connector is mostly useful in cases where there is little space available and a special solution is needed. Features • Material: Brass
• Colour: Chrome
• Length: 32mm
• Diameter: 18mm
• Height: 18mm
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