EK-Torque STC-10/13 Compression Fitting Black
EK-Torque STC-10/13 G1/4" Soft Tube Compression Fitting, Black
By DPD On 27th Jan
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The locking ring prevents solid tube to be pulled out of the fitting by compressing the rubber gasket underneath the ring. The grooves on the outside allow for easier hand tightening. The compression ring has cutouts in EK Quantum signature shape allowing for the colored aesthetic ring to be shown. The colored rings are available in many colors and are screwed onto the fitting before the compression locking ring. The aesthetic rings are sold separately.
The fitting barb and the compression rings are covered with a unique, high-quality satin black finish. Both are made of CNC machined brass and the seal is made quality rubber O-rings. Black EK-Torque series fittings are intentionally not painted on the inside to reduce the level of possible pollutants in the loop.
The base fitting surface is smooth and has no adequate gripping surface, but the inside of the barb is socketed with a 9mm hex Allen key pattern. It's highly recommended to use an Allen Key 9mm (purchased separately) to prevent skin damage to the fingertips while installing the fitting. Please, be advised not to use excessive force when attaching fitting barbs using Allen Key 9mm in order to prevent damage to other liquid cooling products!
These fittings are guaranteed to be compatible with all other EK Water Blocks liquid cooling products. Features Technical data:
- Finish: Satin Black
- Thread: G1/4" BSPP; 4.5mm male thread length
- Supported tube: 10/13mm (ID/OD)
- The outer diameter of a fitting: 20mm
- Installed height: 19mm
- Compatible soft tubing: PVC, EPDM, Norprene, silicone
Do not use excessive force when attaching fitting barbs using Allen Key 8mm in order to prevent damage!
Black EK-Torque series fittings are intentionally not painted on the inside to reduce the level of possible pollutants in the loop.
This product should NOT be installed with any aluminum Fluid Gaming parts!
The aesthetic rings are sold separately.
|Type||Softline Compression Fittings|
|Port Thread||G1/4" BSPP|
|Inner Diameter (ID)|
|Outer Diameter (OD)|
|Compatible Coolants||EK-CryoFuel recommended|
|Compatible Tubing & Fittings||10/13mm (3/8" / 1/2") ID/OD Softline Tubing|
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