Thermaltake Chrome G1/4 Copper Stop Plug + O-Ring
Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 Stop Plug with O-Ring, Chrome, Copper, DIY Component for Custom Water Cooling Loops
Thermaltake introduces the Pacific stop plug fitting for the ultimate in custom PC water cooling configurations. Finished in chrome-plated copper, the G1/4 stop plug includes a quality O-ring with imprinted Tt logo. Thermaltake fittings provide a complete solution for DIY enthusiasts and PC builders by giving users ideal mounting, fitting and flow.
Tt LCS Certified
"Tt LCS Certified" is the hallmark that ensures first-class performance from the best features and fitment. A certification exclusive to Thermaltake, it sets the benchmark for all true LCS chassis and is applied only to products that meet our stringent design standards for delivering what hardcore enthusiasts demand. The Tt LCS certification is a way for Thermaltake to designate to all power users the chassis which have been tested for best compatibility with extreme liquid cooling configurations.
Made in Taiwan, the fittings allow proper connection to G1/4" thread, securing properly to any cooling components. The fittings are available in chrome and black finishes, include one preinstalled O-ring.
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. Features • Stop Plug with O-Ring.
• G ¼ Screw Threads.
• Chrome-plated Copper Construction.
• Dimensions: 18 x 8.5 (H) (mm)
• Weight: 14 g
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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