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A shell and tube would probably be the easiest. I sell them on a massive scale but the pricipal is the same.

With a peice of pipe threaded on each end, buy two heads that will thread on and preferably braize them closed. Before closing the pipe braize in the the tube bundle, imagine a round plate with several holes drilled in it which is fitted with small pipes. Those holes have aluminum or cooper pipe braised in and run from head to head. The refrigerant is run through the tube bundle and the water circulates though the shell and is cooled by the tube bundle. see the following site for reference:
http://www.secshellandtube.com/

Plate exchangers have alternaing plates of refrigerant and water.
www.flatplate.com

The trick is engineering the corecct sizes
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