Wednesday, May 19th 2021

Watercool Presents its New HEATKILLER RAD Series Radiators

With the new HEATKILLER RAD series, the German manufacturer Watercool is expanding its product range with high-quality mesh radiators. The new radiators are available in two different strengths, with the Small (S) RADs at a thickness of 30 mm and the Large (L) RADs at a thickness of 48 mm. In cooperation with a well-known manufacturer from Asia, the watercooling experts have succeeded in creating a high-performance mesh radiator with a unique look. Thereby, the cooling cores are manufactured strictly according to Watercool's specifications, while the radiator housing is produced locally in Waren. This means that the finishing and quality control are performed in Germany directly by the manufacturer.

The goal of the development was to produce competitive radiators with a wide performance range. Accordingly, the HEATKILLER RAD performs very well even with slowly rotating fans, and scales very well with increasing speed. Only high quality raw materials are used as basis for the HEATKILLER RAD. The antechamber is made of brass while the cooling fins as well as the water channels are made of copper. The side panels are laser-cut from 1 mm thick steel plates or stainless steel and subsequently brushed or powder-coated in black or white, depending on the finish.
The front sides are made of brushed stainless steel and significantly contribute to the exclusive look of the HEATKILLER RAD. At first glance, the small HEATKILLER radiators definitely remind of the world-famous MORA3 monster radiator.

Technical data: HEATKILLER RAD
  • Dimensions: 158/278/398/518 x 120 x 30/48 mm
  • Weight: 0,54 - 1,73Kg
  • Color: black, white, brushed stainless steel
  • Connectors: 2x G¼" thread
  • Fan compatibility: 1-8 x a 120 mm, push-pull possible
  • Radiator mounting: M3
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5 Comments on Watercool Presents its New HEATKILLER RAD Series Radiators

#1
Caring1
Why are they called HEATKILLER when the name plate on them doesn't say that, at least not in English characters.
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claes
I think you’re making a joke, but I don’t get it
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Athlonite
Bah if it's still using Aluminium for the core and tubes then it's nothing special now maybe if had Copper tubes and Aluminium fins I'd be more interested but as it stands there's nothing to mark this as different to any other Rad
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claes
AthloniteBah if it's still using Aluminium for the core and tubes then it's nothing special now maybe if had Copper tubes and Aluminium fins I'd be more interested but as it stands there's nothing to mark this as different to any other Rad
btarunrThe antechamber is made of brass while the cooling fins as well as the water channels are made of copper.
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Athlonite
Guess I missed that bit might have helped if it wasn't painted black, so it should be a better long term cooler with copper and brass with less problems of growth and galvanic crap inside
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