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PrimoChill Rigid Ghost Compression Fittings are finally here after months of R & D and testing! PrimoChill's goal was to provide the user the simplest possible method to install Rigid tubing into your system. The use of one oring and a meticulously designed nickel plated G 1/4 base fitting allows the user to install rigid tubing without the need of complex tools. With the addition of the Aluminum cap, a perfectly balanced amount of compression is applied to the rigid tube which prevents the cracking of fragile acrylic yet still provides enough pressure to elimiinate the escape of fluid.
With the use of different components, materials, fluids, and flow rates, results may vary with the appearance of your tubing. Rigid Acrylic Tube is designed to work with a large variety of cooling components, however the use of alcohols, Ethylene Glycol and as well as any other harmful chemicals is strictly prohibited and will void your warranty. PrimoChill is not responsible for any damage caused by or when using this product. Please use at your own risk.
-Rigid Tubing NOT included
-These only work with 1/2" OD Rigid Primochill Tubing.
Total Reviews: 2 Average Rating:
Well Worth the Investment11-06-2013
Reviewer: Ninhalem (1)
These have worked extremely well for an incremental update in my system. The tubing fits nicely into the bottom half of the fitting, and the compression with the O-ring fits snugly over the tube. The O-ring is bigger than the ones you get from Bitspower, but having that fatter ring helps with the seal more. If you don''t screw the top half all the way down, you can still pull out the tube, but only if you use a substantial amount of force. You don''t have to have the tube smooth after a cut, but I highly recommend that you cut the tube as perpendicular as possible to a flat surface, and that you de-burr the inside and outside diameters with a PVC reamer that you can get at many hardware stores.
Reviewer: Joe (37)
Look nice, work well and IMO are a bit more safer than multi-links.