Bitspower G1/4" X-Cross Fitting in Matt Black
Bitspower X-Cross Fitting, G1/4", Brass, Matt Black
By DPD On 30th May
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Bitspower X-Cross Fitting
Limited by space on your custom water loop? Looking for a way to limit the amount of bends in a tube and can’t use a 90 degree rotating fitting due to space restriction? Bitspower present to you its cross fitting that will let you save space. With a narrow height of 15mm, Bitspower cross fittings are a perfect fit in tight builds by letting you offset your line by 5mm.
• Hi-Quality Brass Material.
• Hiding O-Ring Design.
• RoHS Compliant.
• Thread: G1/4".
• Colour: Black.
• Dimension(LxWxH): 23x18x22.3mm.
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|Compatible Tubing & Fittings||G1/4" Fittings|
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