Phobya 45218 Balancer 250 Silver Nickel Reservoir
Design and technology are the main points which make the difference in the watercooling sector. Many manufacturers are trying to combine excellence in both sector, but only few succeed. Phobya has managed to combine features which are unique in the watercooling sector.
The top and bottom are made from solid metal and combined with a transparent tube made from Plexi. Shining gold plating, silver or a black nickel finish are the first available colours. The reservoirs are available in 150mm, 250mm and 450mm length, allowing use in virtually any case size.
The reservoir is shipped with two black mounts with safety latch. These mounting clips have a foam plastic sheet at their inside to protect the Plexi of the reservoir. Features Technical specifications:
Material: Brass, Plexi
Colour: silver nickel coated
Dimensions (DxH): 50 x 250mm
Connection threads: 4x1/4" in bottom piece, 1x1/4" in top piece
Weight: 816g + 2x 30g mounting clamps
Pressure tested: 2 bar
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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