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I always thought the whole point of using rigid acrylic tubing was the ability to remove those restrictive 90 degree fittings and bend them like copper tubing. That and the sexy look of it. biggrin.gif
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post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by LeMonarque View Post

I know 90 degree G1/4-to-tube compression fittings exist.

I'm just really confused about what fittings I need to combine in order to make a tube-to-tube 90 degree turn. O_O

If you're using Primochill ridgid Tubing, You'll need to heat it up and bend it 90* as the video explains. thumb.gif
Definitely need to use the PrimoChilll 1/2" OD Rigid Ghost Compression Fittings

Watch this video to see how to bend it thumb.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHpreTceVpw
Edited by BadDad62 - 7/7/13 at 11:35am
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Originally Posted by huhh View Post

I always thought the whole point of using rigid acrylic tubing was the ability to remove those restrictive 90 degree fittings and bend them like copper tubing. That and the sexy look of it. biggrin.gif

There will always be the need for some 90* fittings in some builds. i'm currently looking into the use of it in another TJO8-E build i'm planning and it looks like i might still need 2 or 3 90* fittings
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You bend it with a heat gun and a silicone insert to retain the ID of the tube. But I don't have a heat gun and don't feel comfortable doing bends.

Anyways, the rigid tubing does work with normal compression fittings. PrimoChill's in-house fittings are just smaller and easier to tighten.
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Bitspower c47 fittings are to be used with E55 12mm OD 10mm ID,there is all so c48 these only have one internal o-ring the c47 have two.bitspower fittings will not work with primochill tubing.
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post #16 of 16
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Originally Posted by LeMonarque View Post

Anyways, the rigid tubing does work with normal compression fittings.

No it doesn't...
Edited by OPanda - 7/8/13 at 12:32am
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