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Old 04-04-2007, 01:33 PM
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has anyone ever tried one of these things. in sits inside a cooler and blows the cold air from the ice in the cooler into a room. i was wondering if it would work in my cabin.
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I'd rather have cold beer!!
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beer is under it. multi purpose.
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Can you please post a link..... Great idea if it really works. I imagine it works like those coolers you see sometimes at the bar - they put a lot of tubing inside a cooler - probobly about fifty yards. The beer goes in warm and comes out cold.

I bet if you had a small cooler with dry ice it would last all weekend without having to refill with ice.

Sounds like a good cheap business idea.......

I wonder if it can be done on a larger scale like for a house. Probobly have a problem with the amount of air you can get to circulate. This concept is used in geothermal heating/cooling were they run lots of piping underground near your house. The air circulates through the pipes and uses the natural coolness of the ground and then goes back into your house. Not really feasible for TX heat but it is done in other areas. The initial cost is very high but the amount you save on energy pays for itself in 10 years (so the website says).

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that is one on ebay.
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Yesrej ,

Full Throttle has one of those cooler set up's , he say's it freezes him right out of the cabin of his 28 Pantera . PM him and I'm sure he would tell you all about it .
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Can you please post a link..... Great idea if it really works. I imagine it works like those coolers you see sometimes at the bar - they put a lot of tubing inside a cooler - probobly about fifty yards. The beer goes in warm and comes out cold.

I bet if you had a small cooler with dry ice it would last all weekend without having to refill with ice.

Sounds like a good cheap business idea.......

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WE USE ONE OF THE TUBING (50 ft) COOLERS FOR TAILGATEING, WE HAVE A TAP ON THE SIDE OF THE COOLER AND IT IS COLD AS HECK WHEN IT COMES OUT

Im going to check on of those portable a/c units out ---- Tv ad LoL http://www.kooleraire.com/KoolerAire_AD.wmv
http://www.kooleraire.com/kooleraire25.htm

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Thats is sweeeeet. I'm buying one right now.
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you would think as simple as that koolerair is it would have to work somewhat
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