Aquacomputer Aqualis 450ML with Pump Adaptor Base & Nano Coating

Aquacomputer Aqualis 450ML with Pump Adaptor Base & Nano Coating

Aqua-Computer
Scan code: LN60750 Manufacturer code: 34045 Request call
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Product Overview The reservoirs of the aqualis series feature a tube made from borosilicate glass, featuring, unlike the common Plexi reservoirs, very high hardness and scratch resistance paired with low thermal expansion and excellent chemical and thermal resistance.
An outer diameter of 75mm and a wall thickness of 5mm ensure high capacity and sturdiness of the reservoir. Bottom and top piece of the aqualis series reservoirs is made from Delrin, a nickel plated brass tube connects them. Features Dimensions without stainless steel mount: approx. 80 x 80 x 170 mm
Coolant capacity: approx. 450 ml
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Aquacomputer Aqualis 450ML with Pump Adaptor Base & Nano Coating
Aquacomputer Aqualis 450ML with Pump Adaptor Base & Nano Coating