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    LiquidFrostbyte

    Chiller Finally completed with controller, settable from -40 to +100F, R507 Bottm end temperatures are at 250W At rated temperature of -35 it is 335W. Pull down for a 1 gal rez with 20 oz in the HX is about 1 hour from 95 degrees to -30F. Finish is Lacquer on vinyl. Controller is a Carol control similar to the prometeia machI with chilly1 programming (Manfactured for Sporlan)
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    looks sweet nice job
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    that thing is a beaut, nice work, excellent painting

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    wow!!!!!! very nice compact chiller

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    One h3ll of a sweet thing there

    Who needs a Vapo or Mach II when there's this floating around??

    Congrats chilly1

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    Nice! And paintig, very nice!
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    Very nice work, Chilly1.


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    more pics plz


    espacialy of the reservoir with the coil in it


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    No coil in the rez. Tube in tube HX...

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    Originally posted by chilly1
    No coil in the rez. Tube in tube HX...
    Can you elaborate?

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    Just what he said.. Tube in Tube heat exchanger.

    example: 1/2" outer tube with a 3/8" inner tube. The outer tube has the water/xxx mix. Inner tube has the refrigerant. Working in a counter flow.
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    very very nice
    hey do you have a paitent on the name design

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    No patent these are off the shelf for about 70.00 us(tube in tube HX) and this one I am running inside out to get a higher flow rate for the liquid. (100% alcohol) or do you mean the Liquid Frostbyte name? We have a copyright on that.
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    Originally posted by chilly1
    We have a copyright on that.
    Nice one Chilly! You(and Gary) are making me want to try a chiller and I really don't need to.

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    My bad if this sound some what rediculous but are you going to produce and sell these units? If so what is your cost?

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    This chiller is magnificent chilly1 and it exemplifies your talent in the art of man-made cold... kudos my friend!
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    Originally posted by morbidj
    My bad if this sound some what rediculous but are you going to produce and sell these units? If so what is your cost?
    Possiably, cost is yet to be determined currently only in a 1 up model.

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    Originally posted by chilly1
    No patent these are off the shelf for about 70.00 us and this one I am running inside out to get a higher flow rate for the liquid. (100% alcohol) or do you mean the Liquid Frostbyte name? We have a copyright on that.
    yeah i ment copyright on the names,
    its a really cool design, i like.
    did you design that one in paint or get someone else to do it for ya

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    I did the whole thing in photoshop, The xs logo is close to those on the site I had to draw it from scratch as the image is 600 dpi and 74 inches by 74 inches.

    I toy with graphics, I designed the potato chip bags for Vegas Chips
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    LOL awesome!

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    chilly you are also a wonderful photographer




    more kittah pics

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    Originally posted by chilly1
    I designed the potato chip bags for Vegas Chips
    From high performance chillers to artery cloging junk food, a man of many talents... LOL
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    freakin COOL!...

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    one word.. Wow!

    Very professional design chilly1, I'm sure that more people will want to commision you after seeing this work of art.

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    chilly is that controller the one that you were testing a few months ago, i remember reading about it when you first got it a coule of months ago, i see it must be working good for ya

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