Originally Posted by crane
Very nice looking. What are the 3 white boxes sitting on top of the corny kegs? Do you have any drawings or plans that you can share that describe how it is constructed? I'm assuming your CO2 tank is located in one of the side compartments to the left or right of the freezer, is that correct?
The three white boxes are Eva Dry, here's an Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Eva-Dry-EDV300-Mini-Dehumidifier-Dampness-protection/dp/B0046ZDR3W/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1371735189&sr=8-7&keywords=Eva-dry
Sorry, no drawings. John and I sketched up what I wanted on napkins and scrap paper, mostly dimensions and rough geometry. John built the keezer from them.
Yes, my 20 lb Co2 is in the left compartment along with extra hoses. The STC-1000's are above the door on the left side. The right side has two shelves where I keep my brew, fermenting and keg gear. I'll post pictures of the compartments over the weekend, Saturday morning is probable.
In a lot of the keezer builds I perused here in HBT I noticed that people were hinging the lid/top on the freezer. We were concerned that the 100 lb gas springs would be too much for the sheet metal so I picked up some heavy duty bearing door hinges from Loews and mounted a 2 x 6 to the back of inner supports for the compartments and mounted the hinges from the 2 x 6 to the top. The freezer is not mounted to anything and is just sitting on the dolly. I'll try for pictures of that also. I purchased a replacement gasket for the original freezer top and used silicone to seal it to the underside of the new top. I went with 6 urethane casters rated at 300 lbs each. Two casters on each end and one in the front and back in the middle. I feel that good casters are an important part of this build. The casters were purchased from Grainger.