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ThermalTake CL-W0009 Water Level Indicator

Hi, I have a ThermalTake CL-W0009 Water Level Indicator and i cant fit it because i use TYGON Thick walled tubing and cant get the nuts over the tube,I could fix it if i could replace the fittings with hose barbs but cant find any info on what size the thread is on the thermaltake fittings once i know that i can fix the problem Regards Andrew

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Re: ThermalTake CL-W0009 Water Level Indicator

They are standard 1/8 bspp fittings i have solved it allready by using a 1/8 to 1/4 bspp adapter this means i can use what ever size hose barb i want its all fitted and running with the tygon tubing thanks for you help have a nice day from the U.k.

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Re: ThermalTake CL-W0009 Water Level Indicator

Those tubing fittings on it are the quick disconnect type. use regular tubing black polycarbonate. go to mcmaster carr industrial supply and get what you need. from the looks of it they seem to be 1/8 inch npt thread

Posted on Aug 22, 2007

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