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Tygon brand tubing is the finest in quality for water cooling tubing available. This 1/2" ID, 5/8" OD model of tubing is specifically formulated to withstand ageing, corrosion and kinking/bending. (wall thickness 1/16")
What makes Tygon brand tubing famous is it's extreme flexibility. Compared to regular PVC tubing, Tygon tubing will not bend at a much greater angle and still maintain 100% flow which makes this tubing simply ideal for the close quarters of a water cooled case.
Long-lasting and crack-resistant, Tygon® Laboratory Tubing is less permeable than rubber tubing. The glassy-smooth inner bore helps prevent buildup so that cleaning is facilitated. Coils are marked at 1-foot intervals for easy measuring. Autoclavable. Remains flexible at -45°F (43°C). Durometer hardness: Shore A, 55.
Each quantity ordered equals 1 foot in length. For example, if a quantity of 3 is ordered, we will send you a 3 foot length.
Total Reviews: 9 Average Rating:
This didn''t work for me01-30-2011
Reviewer: Andrew (1)
Very soft and kinks too easily. I changed to 3/5 ID (5/8 OD) and very happy about the new size.
Reviewer: Rhyan (1)
This tubing is perfect if you''re using 1/2'''' comrpession fittings. i have the perfect seal fittings from EK and there are no leaks. i use spiral wrap on my tubes to prevent kinks and even in tight turns the tube holds its shape.
A Little Too Flexible08-15-2009
Reviewer: Divinitus Umbra (20)
This Stuff Is Very Flexible Too Much So For My Taste, It Kinked With Little To No Effort. Even With Tubing Coils It Still Kinked But If You Are Running Some Tight Bends This Stuff Will Work Fine. But I Recommend Saving Yourself Some Cash And Going PVC Instead.
Reviewer: HCC] pbully (1)
Nice tubing bends well.
Very easy to work with12-14-2008
Reviewer: Ridl37 (3)
This tubing does kink easily when alone but that''s obvious when you look at its thin wall ultra flexible design. I planned ahead and bought the coil spring sleeves which allow much tighter bends. The ease of slipping this tubing on and off connectors has made reconfiguring my system with koolance compression fittings a snap. I suggest putting some clear lube on the tube where the compression collar turns to keep the tube from twisting with the collar.