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Posted in thread: Kegerator, but not built from a fridge or freezer? on 03-30-2015 at 03:49 PM
Pics coming soon...The compressor is controlled by an aquarium controller (the standard one
people use). It's set for whatever 40F is in Celsius and never gets there, so the compressor
never stops. It...
Posted in thread: Kegerator, but not built from a fridge or freezer? on 03-28-2015 at 03:34 AM
I'm trying to get a display piece working for my company. We're building a kegerator into a
competitor's piece of equipment. That means ... no obvious cooling unit.The box is 2' wide, 3'
deep, 6' tall...
Posted in thread: Cooling a beer fridge without converting a dorm fridge? on 11-15-2014 at 01:57 AM
I have a 19" rack that I'm installing as a beer fridge (Silicon Valley startup). I've insulated
the space, but the dorm fridge we gutted to use as a cooling source isn't keeping up. Does
anyone have a...
Posted in thread: What's the smallest co2 bottle available? on 05-27-2014 at 10:25 PM
You can refill a paintball tank from a big tank pretty easily. The key is to remember that CO2
is stored as a liquid, not a gas. BTW, smallest paintball tank I ever found was a 3.5oz. 9oz is
Posted in thread: Stuffable insulation around shanks? on 05-27-2014 at 10:15 PM
TL;DR: what's a good kind of stuffable insulation that's easier on the hands than fiberglass
but removeable/repackable, unlike spray foam?I'm building a kegerator for work. For marketing
Posted in thread: The cure for your short hose troubles on 10-17-2010 at 01:54 AM
One word of caution with the mixers - they can clog. We had a beer that had a bit of crud in
the bottom and it clogged the mixer. I was wondering why the beer pour was so slow... no foam
Posted in thread: The 'Keezer' Project on 10-13-2010 at 12:04 AM
I may be a poor grad student, but I am definitely building one of these! Luckily I have some
mad carpentry skills, and can even make old ratty 2x4's look kinda nice. I hate to ask this
Posted in thread: Stupid keezer question on 09-05-2010 at 09:14 PM
One technique I've seen for keeping tower lines cool is to sheathe them in copper tubing that
extends ~6" into the body of the freezer. Beer line and air are terrible conductors of heat,
but copper is...
Posted in thread: The 'Keezer' Project on 07-26-2010 at 04:14 PM
Never! Thread necromancy!I've got another shameless ripoff in progress. I blame my wife. Me: "I
can get it working by this weekend. I just need to build a collar and drill for taps!"Her:
Posted in thread: Chicagoland area...Interested in 20 lb CO2 tanks? on 07-24-2010 at 01:20 AM
I might be, but I'm up in Madison so it'd have to be pretty cheap.