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Backwoods do you have any kind of latch or hold down on your glass or is it heavy enough to hold a seal against the gasket material

1/4" glass if some heavy stuff.  I got the table top glass, real heavy but it's not tempered.  Tried acrylic but it is easy scratched and I am using my case as a end table also.  So, it's a computer case, chill-box and end table 

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post #592 of 814
Gotcha right I'm running a 1/4 on top and a 1/8 plexiglass just that 1/8 made a big difference befor it was a solid sheet of ice now it's just water that will whip right off I might get another 1/8 cut tomorrow and try it on my old chill box if I can achieve no condinsation with 2) 1/8 and 1) 1/4 that will cut down on weight I can imagine 3) 1/4 " are heavy but then again it isn't like I will open it up every day
post #593 of 814
so i have a question that may of been mentioned but since i wont read 60 pages (stopped at 10) Anyone ever thought of talking to a Refrigeration specialist and have a unit custom made?
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post #594 of 814
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so i have a question that may of been mentioned but since i wont read 60 pages (stopped at 10) Anyone ever thought of talking to a Refrigeration specialist and have a unit custom made?

I am a refrigeration specialist and indid build mine thumb.gif .

Granted it's not as pretty as others but it works and works great.
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heres some quick pics i still have some more work to do but its in operation and works perfect
i have to redo some piping in the chamber that tan hose is temporary
post #596 of 814
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Man that's is the way to do it .. I'm probably going to steal this idea haha.. looking awesome even this early on ...Is that running the single ton chiller or dual ton chillers ?
post #597 of 814
How hot does the room get with that running?

Amazing build, love the metal finished front.
post #598 of 814
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heres some quick pics i still have some more work to do but its in operation and works perfect
i have to redo some piping in the chamber that tan hose is temporary

That's just bad ash! thumb.gifthumb.gif

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heres some quick pics i still have some more work to do but its in operation and works perfect
i have to redo some piping in the chamber that tan hose is temporary

Nice!!!!
post #600 of 814
it would probably warm my room by 10 degrees if I didnt have the exhaust fans and duct venting the hot air to the outside
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