EKWB Acetal EK-XRES 100 DDC MX Reservoir/Pump Top
EKWB EK-XRES 100 DDC MX Acetal Reservoir/Pump Top, 60mm Reservoir Diameter, 100mm Height, 50x50mm Mounting Hole Pattern
By DPD On 21st Oct 2019
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- 48HR REPLACEMENT If you need to return this item, your replacement will be dispatched within 2 working days of your product arriving back at Scan. More info
This unit is a high-performance aftermarket pump top (volute) with integrated reservoir for Laing DDC series water pumps. This top offer increased hydraulic performance (up to 15%) compared to factory top.
EK-XRES DDC MX series reservoirs come preinstalled with anti-cyclone insert. Additionally, a PU anti-vortex foam is enclosed.
The main body features two G1/4 threaded ports of which one is an inlet (in the reservoir) and one is an outlet (from the pump). EK recommends the use of EK-ACF series compression fittings.
The tube is made of a quality acrylic material, while the rest of the pump/reservoir body is made from injection moulded quality ABS material.
This reservoir can be easily upgraded with longer acrylic tubes used by EK-RES X3 series reservoirs.
The top of this combo unit can be used as an inlet by adding the EK-RES X3 - Multiport TOP and an EK-RES X3 - Internal Tube with the corresponding length to your reservoir size. The Internal Tube is important to prevent the splashing sound of the coolant inside the reservoir and to prevent coolant foaming. It is recommended that the end of the internal inlet tube is submerged in coolant. Features Technical Data:
• Reservoir Diameter: 60mm
• Overall Height: 100mm (121mm incl. pump)
• Mounting Hole Pattern: 50x50mm
• Threads: G1/4
• Pump/reservoir combo unit.
• Allen key.
• Anti-vortex polyether black foam.
Made in Slovenia – EU!
Important – Please Note: Images for illustration purposes only. The pump is just for showcase and it is not included with the unit! Compatible with any DDC pump motor. This product should NOT be installed with any aluminium Fluid Gaming parts!
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|Dimensions||60 x 100 x 60 mm (WxHxD)|
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