Well since the unit that's using the evap is here already, not a lot of point in a new thread for it.
So a few pics of the case...
Not too bad. I don't make cases for a living, or even out of choice, but I've never liked to send a unit without a case. If it's local, not so bad, but my luck with shipping means a case is a really good idea.
So I've insulated already, it's just the wiring left to do and a few little bits of trimming to make the panels fit just right.
I did another set of load tests just to make sure there wasn't a slow leak that didn't show up right away, or a leak that could develop with high pressure or low temp. Seems fine.
So when the case is done, wiring done 'ready to go' I'll get a set of load test pics as well for the differing loads and where the evap stands.
Already liking it though. The thin based chambers combined with the mass of the plate areas around them really work well. The temp down and the temp up are pretty fast all around. I kind of like that.
On LN2 it's great to have a heat buffer, but in the refrigerated heads I like evaps that get to where they're going relative to load more quickly. Sure makes load testing a faster process as well.
Anyways, would take a video to show that part of it, and not really up for that just yet. Don't really know if that's something truly worth doing anymore.
Will update tomorrow anyways. Would be nice to have pretty load test pics on a pretty unit, instead of the fugly half done ones I keep getting the pics of.