I first off want to thank everyone for the inspiration and courage to jump into not only kegging but also building a Keezer. It's been a fun and hungry for money project thus far!!! Part of my problem is that I wanted to get it setup the way I wanted to do it, so there wasn't necessarily much skimping in the beginning.
I am about 50% done on my project, got the Keezer painted with black Chalkboard paint, Collar constructed, Tap holes drilled out, insulation fitted, a little bit of hardware mounted, wheels/cart on the bottom for ease of movement and tonight I constructed my airflow system.
Ok, to start off with I've looked at so many places to get ideas I'm not saying this is original, but it is funny and my wife says, I'm definately a redneck!
My Wire Frame idea (not sure it's original but I thought it was cool)
The Air System - Duct tape special
Testing my build:
And last but not least, my not finished Keezer thus far!
Side thoughts - On the Fan wiring, I was able to find a perfect matchup on an old LinkSys router plug, it outputs 12V. The Antec Fan i'm using has a switch for 3 different speeds.
I have many more pictures I can eventually post but I'm not sure any of this is that original.
Challenges yet - make a perfect seal between the collar and the freezer! I have both Rubber weatherseal and also Rope caulk. I'm trying the Rubber weatherseal first. I am also double hinging the collar to the keezer and the lid to the collar.
I'll be employing a Johnson A419 Temp Controller as well.
Question for you all:
1) Will the lights on the 120mm fan withstand the 38-44 degree temps?
2) Will this fan move enough air?