Pacific G1/4 PETG Tube 45-Degree compression fitting 16mm OD Black from Thermaltake
Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 PETG Tube 45-Degree compression 16mm OD, Black
By DPD On 22nd Oct
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The Thermaltake Pacific PETG Fittings provides a complete solution for enthusiast and custom PC builders to meet the needs of setting up a complete water cooling system. With G1/4” durable copper fittings, finished in black coatings, take every detail seriously. Make your system a showcase for all to see with high quality components from Thermaltake.
Features High-Flow and Leak-Free Design
Made in Taiwan, the fittings allow proper connection to G1/4 ports, securing properly to cooling components while providing an even seal around the tubing. The fittings are available in chrome and black finishes, include six preinstalled O-ring. Use PETG tube for all your water cooling needs.
- Outer diameter: 5/8” (16 mm)
Thermaltake offers a full line of Pacific Series components for enthusiasts to build up aesthetically-superior water cooling systems by incorporating externally-modular upgrades for their chassis.
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|Outer Diameter (OD)||16mm|
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