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[FS][US] Koolance Nozzles/Fittings Galore

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by EnergyFX, Jun 14, 2008.

  1. EnergyFX

    EnergyFX New Member

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    I have a ton of extra Koolance nozzles that I would like to get rid of. Most of these are brand new and still in the original plastic wrapping. Others are loose. I'll try my best to keep this post organized and up to date. I am setting a flat parcel post charge of $6 (US) for shipping. This should cover most transactions to include the box/envelope I will have to purchase.

    STILL IN PLASTIC:
    Barbed Nozzles:
    NZL-V06KGB1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Barb [06mm, 1/4"] -- 4 available @ $3.25 ea
    NZL-V13KGB1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Barb [13mm, 1/2"] -- 0 available @ $4.00 ea

    Compression Nozzles (Straight):
    NZL-V06KG1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Compression [06mm, 1/4"] -- 1 available @ $3.50 ea
    NZL-V13KG - Nozzle Pair, G 1/4" Compression [13mm, 1/2"] -- 4 pair available @ $9.00 per pair

    Compression Nozzles (90 degree swivel):
    NZL-L10KG1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Swivel Angled [10mm, 3/8"] -- 6 available @ $6.50 ea
    NZL-L13KG1 - Nozzle Pair, G 1/4" Swivel Angled [13mm, 1/2"] -- 3 pair available @ $13.00 per pair

    G 1/4 Coupling:
    ADT-AP006P - Nozzle Coupling Adapter, G 1/4 Female-Female -- 4 available @ $2.00 ea

    5-Way Splitter:
    SPL-XUFY5 - Nozzle Body, Aluminum, G 1/4 -- 0 available @ $4.00 ea


    OPEN PACKAGE (mostly new, some lightly used):
    Barbed Nozzles:
    NZL-V06KGB - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Barb [06mm, 1/4"] -- 2 available @ $2.00 ea
    NZL-V10KGB - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Barb [10mm, 3/8"] -- 0 available @ $2.00 ea
    NZL-V13KGB - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Barb [13mm, 1/2"] -- 1 available @ $3.00 ea

    Compression Nozzles (Straight):
    NZL-V06KG1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Compression [06mm, 1/4"] -- 3 available @ $3.00 ea
    NZL-V10KG1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Compression [10mm, 3/8"] -- 5 available @ $3.00 ea
    NZL-V13KG1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Compression [13mm, 1/2"] -- 2 available @ $4.00 ea

    Compression Nozzles (90 degree swivel):
    NZL-L06KG1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Swivel Angled [06mm, 1/4"] -- 1 available @ $5.00 ea
    NZL-L13KG1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Swivel Angled [13mm, 1/2"] -- 0 available @ $6.00 ea

    G 1/4 Coupling:
    ADT-AP006P - Nozzle Coupling Adapter, G 1/4 Female-Female -- 4 available @ $1.50 ea

    5-Way Splitter:
    SPL-XUFY5 - Nozzle Body, Aluminum, G 1/4 -- 7 available @ $3.00 ea

    Mulitiple Video Card Connectors:
    SPL-XUFY5 - Dual VID Connect Nozzle, 1 Slot Spacing, G 1/4 -- 2 available @ $7.00 ea
    CNT-VD4 - Dual VID Connect Nozzle, 3 Slot Spacing, G 1/4 -- 2 available @ $9.00 ea

    I also have a used Koolance CPU-330 CPU cooling block that I will sell for $25. Somehow a spot of the nickle plating got stained on the top side. It is perfectly functional, just not perfect in appearance.
     

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    Hmm... this is probably a thread that should just get linked in my sig. It'll take a while to get rid of these.

    If I could ask a favor, if you stumble across this thread and it hasn't been responded to in a while, hit me up with a bump. Thanks.
     
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    Well bump for you then. :)
     
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    I'm interested in a pair. I think NZL-V13KG - Nozzle Pair, G 1/4" Compression [13mm, 1/2"] I'll Pm you after I double check.

    it's for this

    http://www.koolance.com/water-cooling/product_info.php?product_id=579
    I only have one block and two cards right now been meaning to test it out.

    I might be interested in Mulitiple Video Card Connectors:
    SPL-XUFY5 - Dual VID Connect Nozzle, 1 Slot Spacing, G 1/4 -- 2 available @ $7.00
    CNT-VD4 - Dual VID Connect Nozzle, 3 Slot Spacing, G 1/4 -- 2 available @ $9.00
    There is one physical slot between the two cards (almost touching)
    Who knows it's late and I'm tired but glad I saw this.


    Geez I might as well look at a pic for this too
    used Koolance CPU-330 CPU cooling block that I will sell for $25.

    LOL
     
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    Everything you listed is still available. I'll get you a picture of the CPU block later this evening.
     
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    Pic of CPU block added
     
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    NZL-V13KG1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Compression [13mm, 1/2"] -- 10 available @ $4.00

    will they fit 5/8 OD tubing?

    edit: nvm they will. you know if they will work in mcr320 rads? the ek barbs i got wont seal so i need some new ones. can you get me a pic of the threads/o ring
     
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    Looks exactly like this... just not a 90 degree swivel.

    [​IMG]

    The o-ring is partially recessed in the outer collar. The fittings work best on non-beveled (countersunk) surfaces. However, I have had no problems using them on Danger Den derlin 'T' and 'L' blocks, which do have a beveled opening for the fittings. These are designed so that you cannot over compress the o-ring. You can only tighten the fitting down as far as the outer collar, which is only about 50% 'crush' of the o-ring.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    hmm dont think they will fit :(

    the d tek barbs do, but they have a lowered section with the o ring
    [​IMG]

    the ek ones dont and wont seal, as teh barb hits the top of the area where the barbs go in
     
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    What are you wanting to put these on? I'm using them on a D-Tek Fuzion and they work fine.
     
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    mcr320 swiftech rads, and a swiftech mcw30 NB block
     
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    Oh... yeah you posted that above, sorry.

    RTV gasket sealer is always an option... and you could use your existing fittings. I've done that in the past as well.
     
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    or double O-ring them, but i like them compression fitting and wanted them to work. lol
     
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    do bumps count as posts lol
     
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    bump
     
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    Bump. :laugh:
     
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    Bump, wondering what you still have.

    I need at least 16 1/2" compressions.
    Will they fit 7/16" tubing?
     
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    Actually not a single item has sold.

    Is 7/16 the thick wall tubing? If so then no, these will not fit it. I believe bitspower makes some fittings for the thick wall stuff.
     
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    hey you still have these?? you looking for trades at all?? if so pm me
     
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    responded.

    (SIX) NZL-L10KG1 - Nozzle Single, G 1/4" Swivel Angled [10mm, 3/8"]

    and

    (TWO) SPL-XUFY5 - Nozzle Body, Aluminum, G 1/4

    Are reserved and pending payment.
     
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    think that block would be better than a swifty storm?
     
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    As far as cooling... no, probably not. It's not really a high performance block... however it did chill my OCed E6850 extremely well. I switched to a D-Tek Fuzion in hopes of drastic temperature differences but in the end I observed pretty much similar cooling performance.
     
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    Thanks KBD!

    Note: Quantities in original post have been updated to reflect KBD's pruchase.
     
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    The tubing I have is 5/8th OD and 7/16th ID

    Regular tubing is 3/4 OD and 1/2 ID

    So I guess mine is slightly too big
     

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