Main Cooling Unit – Internal ViewGetting inside the Aquaduct 360 XT for a closer look proved to be more of a challenge than I had originally expected. The unit may appear simple from the outside but in this case looks are deceiving. Once inside, the German engineering and attention to detail became apparent. I strongly recommend you not attempt to take one of these apart.
I started by removing the top section and then sliding out the back cover plate. This gives an initial look inside at the layout and as you can see there is very little wasted space.
The Aquaero controller occupies the top section. Just about all of the other internal components are connected to the Aquaero (fans, pump, flow sensor, temperature sensors, LED lights, etc).
Removing the extruded aluminum side columns exposes more of the inner workings.
Multiple temperature sensors are used inside the Aquaduct 360 XT to monitor air in, air out, water in, and water out temperatures.