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Re: PS on Water Cooling
I still use the garbage can full of coolant. I'm fairly disaster proof
since the can sits in the garage which has its own drain and the tubing
immediately goes outside.
How important is a chiller for the Mark IV? My current system is purely
ambient and seems to work well for the Mark III except on the hottest
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Droege" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, February 11, 2000 9:25 PM
Subject: PS on Water Cooling
> You may remember that I previously used a garbage can full of water for
> cooling system. Then one day I can home and the work room floor was
> covered with water. It was raining so I thought the roof was leaking.
> it was just that the return hose had slipped out of the garbage can and it
> just emptied on the floor. So I have now opted for a small volume
> My eventual plan (to do by summer) is to take a de-humidifier apart and
> dunk the coils in a cooling water tank. This will then be a small volume
> system and should chill effectively.
> Of course the rest of you will do such things perfectly and won't have
> cooling water leaks.
> Tom Droege