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    Here's my Zytrachill
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    Quote Originally Posted by misteroadster
    Here's my Zytrachill
    wow nice that things like 4 ft tall~!

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    It's awesome, but is the res not too big?
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    Brrrrr... Looks cool!
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    ooooops sorry

    srry I was on the wrong page to post a new thread, but while im here let me say at all your creations people
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    Zytrachill looks superpimp

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    that is a really nice chiller ya got there tricknasty

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    my chiller setup.


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    Thats frickin awesome!! great job !!

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    looks like a factory job amigo, nice work

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    A time ago i bought this rusty old condensing unit. Perfect for my chiller. I took it apart so i could use the condensor and baseplates for the chiller. The compressor was good enough to use for vacuming the system, the final compressor for the chiller is a 1/5HP Unidad Hermetica (l'Unité Hermetique).
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    Lot's of rust needed to be removed, but after one day cleaning and painting this was the result....
    A pretty clean unit
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    Fixed the pipework and vacuum unit
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    Charging with R290 I like ice
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    nice job! that prolly cost you clsoe to nothing. good job

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSU
    nice job! that prolly cost you clsoe to nothing. good job
    I didn't really "buy" the condensing unit. Just brougt some kilograms of old copper tubing to the scrapyard, and i could take the unit away . The other compressor was about $ 7 or something
    Then just pipework, dryer, paint, gas and the standard two way manifold. Nah, didn't cost me that much, i think about $ 100 totally. But there are many fixed costs like the manifold and pipework, you can use them again And offcourse the other standard materials like pipe cutters and other equipment, but that's some stuff i allready have for years
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    Almost finishing mine :


    time to insulate the board.
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    Nice wrappage around the block. How did you get it to look so "clean?"

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    The insulation of the block was made by a friend . It still condensing on the top, maybe because it is make from aluminium.
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    Very nice guys!
    I'm looking into building a chiller now since I have outgrown my Water setup.

    I wanted a small/compact chiller I could fit inside my case. Is there something like that I could do?
    From what I see here the chillers you guys use are HUGE!!
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    you can definately fit a chiller in a case, with a tiny compressor such as a bd35. bd50 (these compressor can fit in the 5.25" drive bay (takes up 4 bays)

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    Quote Originally Posted by echow87
    you can definately fit a chiller in a case, with a tiny compressor such as a bd35. bd50 (these compressor can fit in the 5.25" drive bay (takes up 4 bays)
    How effective is that? What temps can be reached with that setup?
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    Sure it's possible. I'm currently making a chiller in a case (Yeong-Yang cube).







    Its hard to make it fit, but with some consessions (just one optical drive and one or two harddisks) it's possible, but still hard.
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    you will need to fit the reservoir too.
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