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Festo is (very) german so I highly doubt that, it's even hard to find suppliers here in Europe that sell to consumers, most of them only supply to companies.
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Here is there us site. shoot them an email and see if they would sell to you. Couldn't hurt. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Jetskyer View Post

€1,60 a piece? That honestly can't be right.
I've looked around a bit and the second one (QS-F-G1/4-10) is £24,05 for 10. For people interested, part number is 193413.
Also available in 12mm OD, (QS-F-G1/4-12) which is £35,02 for 10 (part number 533848)

The smooth version (no hex) is only in 10mm OD (QS-F-G1/4-10-l) which goes for £24,82 for 10 (part number 533931)

So in essence I'm puzzled how you got these premium fittings for a price that looks more like what you'd pay for china-made parts.

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Sorry I didn't show the right photo. I got the NPQM type, not the QS-F as you link to. I have no clue what the diffrence is but have sent to festo an inquariy.

Here is the one I got, NPQM-D-G14-Q10 festo partno 558666. Even clener and better looking then the one I previously posted IMO.



And yes the price is right, I buy this through my company and we use A LOT of pneumatik parts per year so we have a good deal.
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Sorry I didn't show the right photo. I got the NPQM type, not the QS-F as you link to. I have no clue what the diffrence is but have sent to festo an inquariy.

Here is the one I got, NPQM-D-G14-Q10 festo partno 558666. Even clener and better looking then the one I previously posted IMO.



And yes the price is right, I buy this through my company and we use A LOT of pneumatik parts per year so we have a good deal.

My only concern with that specific model is that the area where you push in the copper tube looks a bit short.

Also, I just realized these are intended to be used with air. Despite that, would it be okay if water was flowing through it?
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Our animal sacrifices and ritual dances have been answered!!!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1397988/new-primochill-rigid-tubing
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@ Pillarofautum - If your looking for some festo like the above, shoot me a PM : )
Yes g1/4, push to fit, also qs series. Sorry, quote dosent always take on iPad
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Originally Posted by Snuddi View Post

Sorry I didn't show the right photo. I got the NPQM type, not the QS-F as you link to. I have no clue what the diffrence is but have sent to festo an inquariy.

Here is the one I got, NPQM-D-G14-Q10 festo partno 558666. Even clener and better looking then the one I previously posted IMO.

And yes the price is right, I buy this through my company and we use A LOT of pneumatik parts per year so we have a good deal.

And a bit cheaper, not much, but still counts when you need a bunch.
Total length of 28.5 millimeters and thread length of 6.5 which seems as the perfect length to me.
Also the nominal diameter is a bit larger (8.0 vs 7.3) Might not make too much of a difference but still is nice smile.gif

Available here for £2,51 a piece for 12mm OD (558667), and here for £2,15 a piece for the 10mm OD.

You got yourselves a nice deal man, that's for sure!
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Thread length of 6.5mm seems a bit long.
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Originally Posted by PillarOfAutumn View Post

My only concern with that specific model is that the area where you push in the copper tube looks a bit short.

Also, I just realized these are intended to be used with air. Despite that, would it be okay if water was flowing through it?

I think all of those push in fittings are orginaly made for air.

No just waiting for all the parts from Highflow.nl and then start building (The MIPS motherboard blocks have been delaying my order for 2 weeks now frown.gif )
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Originally Posted by sakerfalcon View Post

Thread length of 6.5mm seems a bit long.
I think about 1 mm gets lost in the O-ring. But if it's too long you could always shorten it a bit yourself, shouldn't be too hard since we're talking about brass fittings here. Although I bet most blocks have no problem taking 6,5mm threads.
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Originally Posted by Snuddi View Post

I think all of those push in fittings are orginaly made for air.

No just waiting for all the parts from Highflow.nl and then start building (The MIPS motherboard blocks have been delaying my order for 2 weeks now frown.gif )
I think you're right at that. Although I've seen a few mention "safe for food" so that would mean they're good for liquids as well. And since these fittings are rated for positive ánd negative pressure you don't have to worry about them leaking on you because the pressure is too low.
By the way, does you ordering at highflow by any chance mean you're from the netherlands as well? I'd absolutely love to use these push-fittings but that Kiowa site I listed doesn't deliver to anywhere other than the UK.
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