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A successor to the Liquid Chaos reservoir, the Liquid Fusion reservoir is the inverse alternative. With this reservoir, the coolant flows around the helix in the acrylic cylinder, as opposed to having it flow directly though the helix. The helix is made of high quality fluorescent cast acrylic rod that comes in four different colors. The helix is illuminated beautifully by a powerful 8 (20cm) UV cold cathode that is completely sealed away from the coolant. This cathode can be replaced very easily by ordering a modified cathode through me, should the original cathode go bad after an extended period of time. Each reservoir is custom made to your specification, and if there is a special color that you would like to implement, please feel free to suggest it.
The Liquid Fusion reservoir has as single inlet and outlet located on the bottom of the reservoir. The top has a fill-cap to make filling the system simple as possible. With this reservoir, side ports are available as an option.
This reservoir will disassemble into 5 pieces, the two end caps, the tube, the inner light tube, and the helix core. The helix core, secures onto two pins located on bottom of the lower cap. This keeps the helix from spinning and blocking the inlet and outlet. Both top and bottom are made of high quality Black delrin and thread onto the reservoir tube for maximum sealing and security.
Any type of coolant may be used in this reservoir, as clear, dyed, and UV reactive coolants all look absolutely stunning around the helix.
Each reservoir requires a cathode inverter to power the reservoir cathode. They are available in the options below.
Total Reviews: 1 Average Rating:
Best looking res i have ever owned02-07-2012
Reviewer: Oig (2)
An all around awesome res but i have a few beefs with it. First off the inlit/outlit on to are a little to close together if you plan on using larder compression fittings. (I used 3/4 OD fittings with no room between them to spare) second the mounting brackets could be a little stronger but not a big deal really. My biggest problem with this is after just 3 weeks my uv cathode has started to die. Its currently puts out less than half the light it used to and kind of defeats the idea of having a bad a$$ double helix. I still give it a 4 out of 5