Scan code: LN101261 Manufacturer code: 3831109816738

EK Closed Loop Watercooling Leak Tester

EK Gauged Pressurised Leak Tester + Pump for Closed Loop Watercooling, G1/4, CNC Aluminium

Scan code: LN101261 Manufacturer code: 3831109816738
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    Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.

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Product Overview

EK Leak Tester

The EK-Leak Tester is a fast and safe way of testing for possible leaks in your liquid cooling loop. While traditional leak testing works, it requires hours before very small leaks are detected and then things can become messy. The EK-Leak Tester does the job almost instantly! The main body is a solid piece of CNC machined aluminium. One end is fitted with a revolvable male G1/4" connection port so it can be directly screwed into any standard port in your liquid cooling loop. The gauge is custom made for liquid cooling loop testing purposes which clearly marks the safe pressure for testing. The other side of the tester is hooked up with a valve which will make sure that no air is escaping through the tester unit itself. The small pump for pressurizing the loop is also included. In order to prevent damage to your liquid cooling loop, keep the pressure only in the predefined zone marked on the gauge. Please read the user manual before using the EK-Leak Tester! Keep in mind that the pre-defined safe maximum pressure defined on the gauge is for EK products only. EK cannot guarantee for non-EK products failing under the predefined safe zone marked on the gauge.

Features
• Fast and safe way of testing for possible leaks in your liquid cooling loop.
• CNC machined aluminium.
• Revolvable male G1/4" connection port.
Specifications
Type  
Edition  
Socket Compatibility  
Fluid Chamber/Top Material  
Cold Plate/Base Material  
Cold Plate/Base Cooling Fins  
Port Threads G1/4"
LED Lighting  
Product Colour  
Controller  
Max. Coolant Operating Temperature  
Compatible Cooling Loop Metals  
Compatible Coolants  
Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)  
Dimensions  
Weight  
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Additional Information
Scan Code LN101261
Model Number 3831109816738
GTIN 3831109816738
Warranty

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

Warranty information has not yet been updated for this product. For further information please call 0871 472 4747 or 01204 474747.

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