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Thread: Tiny Single Stage for Chipset

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    Tiny Single Stage for Chipset

    I recently revisited s775 and decided to build a tiny chipset SS

    I used:

    1/10hp 2.95cm? r134 Compressor
    Condenser 21x17cm
    Base plate 27x24cm
    3m 0.8mm captube
    1/4"discharge line
    1/4"suction line
    Steel flexible 20cm
    Handmade evap

    In specs could achieve

    -35C @ 40watt
    -30C @ 60watt

    Next step brazing and leak test









    Last edited by Obijuan83; 01-12-2021 at 01:07 PM.

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    very nice, i'll post mine

    very nice work!
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    I have a vintage chilly 1 and a uNder the ice sweet build/

    But that head is very interesting , what is it?
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    I've never seen such small evaporators, I'm extremely curious how it will turn out. Cool stuff!

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    Very nice, good to see the in progress pictures
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    good to see new SS . hope some test will follow
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    Its a long time I finished it, but had no time testing it in action.

    At slightly in vacuum it goes down to -28 without fan working, I have to tune it at load

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