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Posted in thread: Keezer insulation on 01-27-2016 at 01:42 AM
I have never used fans so I can't say for sure but others have used them with good results. The
copper goes all the way up to the nipple at the shank. The cold air is not circulated up into
Posted in thread: Coming up with a parts list for a kegerator on 01-24-2016 at 02:11 AM
Looks like you have all the items to me. To determine shank length you need to know how thick
the material is you are going through. Make sure you have enough length to go through that
material and pu...
Posted in thread: Building 2 keezers at the same time on 01-18-2016 at 12:52 AM
Keezer 1:Ahhh...finally finished. New Perlick taps installed and chalkboard tap handles. She
looks pretty.The only problem is....my wife decided she liked the style of Keezer 2
better...lol. Since tha...
Posted in thread: Building 2 keezers at the same time on 01-18-2016 at 12:48 AM
Keezer 1:Getting the hoses in place for all 3 kegs was a bit more challenging than I
anticipated. It works though. I managed to get 3 kegs in a 5 cu ft coffin keezer (the one on
the compressor hump is...
Posted in thread: Building 2 keezers at the same time on 01-18-2016 at 12:43 AM
Keezer 1:Here's some pictures of the wiring and the coffin. I went with two 80mm case fans
rated at 24 cfm. I did some tests prior to my final build and the air temp in the coffin ranged
between 3-5 d...
Posted in thread: Building 2 keezers at the same time on 01-18-2016 at 12:35 AM
I like the idea, but how is the keezer with the cool wood sheathing going to shed heat? If it's
the kind where the sides get warm, the outside will be kept from outside air, and it's going to
Posted in thread: Barnwood Keezer on 01-15-2016 at 02:11 AM
I'll check out those John Guest fittings...I'm in to making life easy!Thanks for the reply's
and letting me hijack your thread for a bit. The information was beneficial! :tank:
Posted in thread: Barnwood Keezer on 01-13-2016 at 04:49 AM
I'm guessing you have one fan blowing in, one out? I wonder if it would make a difference to
only use one fan blowing in, to maybe prevent the cold air from being "pulled" out by the
Posted in thread: Barnwood Keezer on 01-10-2016 at 01:01 AM
I have two fans going and two inches of dense foam insulation insulation. All joints were
caulked there is a 15 degree difference and I get foam on first pour. Flow control taps fix
that but still not...
Posted in thread: External Regulator, Internal CO2 Tank? on 01-09-2016 at 08:08 PM
You will need a high pressure hose from the CO2 tank to the regulator. These hoses (the ones
I've seen anyway) are very stiff and usually come in 6' lengths. They are a real PITA. I bought
a keezer on...