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EK Releases EK-XRES Revo D5 Glass Variant

EK Releases EK-XRES Revo D5 Glass Variant

EK Releases EK-XRES Revo D5 Glass Variant

EK Releases EK-XRES Revo D5 Glass Variant

 

EK has released a new glass variant of their popular EK-XRES Revo D5 reservoir pump combo, replacing the clear plastic reservoir with high quality borosilicate glass. 

This new reservoir pump units are available in 100mm and 140mm lengths, with the central steel pipe serving as a suction port for the pump and as the support that hold the top and bottom of the unit together. Longer reservoir pump are currently available outside of the new glass range.  

 

EK Releases EK-XRES Revo D5 Glass Variant   EK Releases EK-XRES Revo D5 Glass Variant   

The pump used in this unit uses the proven Laing D5 PWM pump design, but has offers 15% increase hydraulic performance over Laing's original reference design.

 

The new models are given the Glass label because the reservoir tube is made out of high quality borosilicate glass and this is the first differentiation from non-glass Revo reservoirs. The second is preinstalled central Stainless Steel pipe that serves as a suction point - pipe is hollow and is feeding the pump with liquid - and also holds the top and bottom together. EK-XRES 100 Revo D5 PWM Glass is the smaller unit and features shorter glass tube.

As with other Revo D5 series products, Glass variant features a fully rounded design thus offering greater usability, allowing installation at any angle within 360° of rotation. The special rubber shock absorber is used to de-couple the main pump body from the mounting clip for silent operation, free of vibration induced noise.

 

EK Releases EK-XRES Revo D5 Glass Variant   EK Releases EK-XRES Revo D5 Glass Variant   

EK Releases EK-XRES Revo D5 Glass Variant   

This new reservoir pump unit is now available for purchase on the EK Webshop and will be available soon from partner retailers for the prices of 139.95 for the 100mm glass unit and €142.95 for the 140mm glass unit.  

 

You can join the discussion on EK's new glass EK-XRES Revo D5 pump/reservoir on the OC3D Forums

 

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01-02-2016, 09:01:39

TPC
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01-02-2016, 10:04:20

JR23
Struggling to figure out why they would use stainless steel rather than nickel plated brass for that part, but ok.

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