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Chiller Adventures Part 1

In about 15 minutes, the thermal probe on the evaporators in the water read
-7.2C.

It was then carried off to my computer cooling table.

 

I used a plastic sheet to cover the styrofoam reservoir because Styrofoam would
tend to leak after some time. A Styrofoam reservoir was chosen because it is
a very good insulator and also because they are quite cheap.

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