Watercool HEATKILLER Tube 200 with Multiport Top (30202) 3,800.- Stock Status: 1-3 days Key Specifications thread: 2x G ¼ inchCapacity: aprox. 500mlTube length: 200mmTube diameter: 65mmMaterial cover: POMMaterial struts: black anodized aluminiumTube: borosilicate glassMaterial bottom: POMMaterial Inlay: stainless steel SKU:#039226 Product No.:30202 Short link:http://i.nvade.it/acG See specifications from the manufacturer Description Specifications The HEATKILLER® Tube Series is a modular series of high end reservoirs with a glass tube made from borosilicate glass. It has some outstanding features which are listed here. Large filling mouth Thanks to a large filling mouth and a bayonet catch lid the HEATKILLER® Tube Series reservoirs can be opened without any tools and is easy to fill. It has never been easier to re-fill a cooling medium. Borosilicate glass tube Borosilicate is a glass with very high chemical and thermic resistance. It is scratch-resistant and has very low heat expansion. These outstanding features make borosilicate an ideal material for reservoirs. Three sizes To account for different space availability in current cases, the HEATKILLER® Tube Series reservoir glass tubes are available in sizes 100mm, 150mm and 200mm. Three versions Besides a standalone version, there are versions with direct connections for pumps. They support D5 and DDC pumps by Lowara (formerly known as Laing) and their derivatives. Large volume In designing the HEATKILLER® Tube Series, we took great care not to waste any of the available volume. That makes the HEATKILLER® Tube Series reservoirs very low maintenance, because they need fewer re-fills. Anti- Cyclone-effect The exclusively developed anti-cyclone-inlay which is located at the bottom of the reservoir prevents vortices that easily form in reservoirs. This reduces noise levels and makes air bleeding easier. Streaming-optimized pump chambers The pump adapter for D5 and DDC pumps comes with a streaming optimized pump chamber. This causes fewer vortices during use, which has a positive effect on both flow rate and air bleeding.