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Old 07-10-02, 10:18 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Another fine German Water Block


Anyone testing one of these WBs? While it may not be
optimized to ultimate performance, it is optimized for
ease of construction and shows great craftsmanship.
Read about it here in German.
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Old 07-10-02, 10:30 AM   #2
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There seems to be a theme in all German blocks, small round copper core with side O-ring of various geometries. Looks very good though.

Edit: I just noticed the socket style in the barbs opening, never seen em before but I like it.

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Old 07-10-02, 10:48 AM   #3
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the round copper-core was developed at www.kaltmacher.de and everybody just copied it...
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Thanks for the link and

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Old 07-10-02, 11:26 AM   #5
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i think germans have something about acrylic

it looks like those socke things are alen things for putting the barbs in because if you look there isnt a place for a rench to tighten it...

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There seems to be a theme in all German blocks, small round copper core with side O-ring of various geometries. Looks very good though.

Edit: I just noticed the socket style in the barbs opening, never seen em before but I like it.
Yes! I like those hex socket ends !! Where can you get
barbs like that in the USA?
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