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Published on May 24, 2010
Summer is coming and I'm getting ready, I only have a small place but it's gets warm fast. The Beer conditioner is a low cost substitute for an air conditioner. It draws cold liquid from the freezer of the bar fridge and makes me cooler on demand. This video documents it's creation. It's only for an occasional perk of cool and doesn't run full time. The fridge is located next to the window shown in the video and when open I can put the blinds on it in such a way that the majority of heat from the coils is deflected outside. airflow in this place is generally front to back so it works in this case, but rules of thermodynamics say it's a generally flawed notion to do this as the coils on the back of the fridge will produce more heat than the cooling gained. As far as cost, the fridge was given to me, I bought the CoolIT unit for $69cdn, and the rest I had kicking around looking for a project. music by Lance Wing 's "Heat" http://www.lancewing.com/ and L.A. Big Daddies "Cold Sweat" http://www.labigdaddys.com/ both available on MusicAlley.com