Koolance Quick Disconnect VL4N-M16-19S Extreme Male
• Nickel-plated brass
• male fitting
•16mm, 5/8" x 19mm, 3/4"
• koolance australia
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Koolance (patent-pending) quick-disconnect no-spill shutoff valve. 16mm (5/8") ID, 19mm (3/4") OD (common Tygon tubing size) male straight connection with compression fitting.
After a quarter twist, the quick-disconnect nozzles will separate. Liquid on both sides will be automatically obstructed with only 0.2mL freed. Nozzles are nickel-plated brass.
Quick Connect Extreme Flow Shut-Off No Spill Couplings
Koolance quick disconnects (VL4) are specially designed no spill fittings which automatically shut-off coolant flow upon disconnection. The flow path is re-established when the couplings are connected. Quick disconnects are very useful for areas in a water cooling or plumbing system which are altered and moved frequently. They can also increase convenience when draining a Liquid cooling system.
All Koolance VL4 Extreme Flow disconnects Compression fittings shutoffs work by having an internal valve which opens and closes as needed. Both male and female fittings contain a "plunger" that is spring-activated. When connected, the valves on both sides remain open to allow coolant to pass through. When disconnected, each side immediately self-seals. Koolance's current couplings are considered "no-spill" or "dry-break". This means very little coolant is freed upon disconnection. The insides of the fittings may be wet, but there is generally not enough liquid to form a drop on either side of the disengaged VL4 Extreme Disconnects.