[time-nuts] Wine cooler as temperature chamber

Brian Lloyd brian at lloyd.aero
Mon Oct 13 23:14:13 EDT 2014


On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 6:17 PM, ed breya <eb at telight.com> wrote:

> I have experimented with R-12 type mini-friges for this purpose - they can
> typically reach minus 40 deg running continuously, but will be oil-starved
> at the high vacuum, low flow conditions there, so may not last long
> compared to normal service. They're kind of awkward and ugly too - the best
> would be a nice small, glass-doored wine chiller, with a normal
> refrigeration system built in, but maybe a TEC type would be OK for some
> uses.
>

Stirling cooler.

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