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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    I would expect to have to use pump and res from existing loop. Like I said this does the same thing as just a rad.

    Price? I don't even want to guess

    Power draw? This will depend on the coefficient of performance or COP. but because of the compact nature of the unit I do not expect this to be really high .... guessing here but between 3 and 5 to 1 which means that removing say 200 watts of heat would require from 66w to 40w of energy input plus any losses. so waaay better than say TEC cooling
    Using a pump from your loop would have a different flow rate and probably would not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Using a pump from your loop would have a different flow rate and probably would not work.
    Different flow than what?

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    Looking forward to some details on this. Thanks for clarifying the use in loop too ccold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Using a pump from your loop would have a different flow rate and probably would not work.
    Our chiller does not have a pump. Any pump will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Looking forward to some details on this. Thanks for clarifying the use in loop too ccold.
    No problem. New thread is up. More stats to come.

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    This would work greate fore those that are just starting out with cooling. I myself would love to have this unit. It's the same consupt of a ac unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    This would work greate fore those that are just starting out with cooling. I myself would love to have this unit. It's the same consupt of a ac unit.
    Correct. The phase change is like a mini AC unit, but instead of chilling air is chills the water. It acts more like a cold water drinking fountain.

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    Has anyone followed up on this and if so are units available for review or perhaps purchase?

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    I have talked to them off & on by e mail. As of October they have had some setback's. Was nothing ready for the public yet.

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    Jim is no longer with us, I had to let him go, however if you still want one of your chillers reviewed, please let me know and I'll send you shipping and contact information for another reviewer.

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    Hi all. We had some issues internally in the company. Our chief engineer had to leave the company and it put a pause on the project until we were able to find someone to replace him. About 3 weeks ago we were able to get the project back on track and we are close to completing the first beta unit for internal testing. Assuming that goes well, we will proceed to build add'l betas to send out. Be assured that we are still alive and kicking, and working hard with our limited resources to get this thing completed. Thanks for your patience and feel free to email us anytime with questions or concerns. info@compucold.com P.S. I re-posted this because the last one came out black and hard to read.

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    Thanks for the update ! I was wondering what happened. It's nice to hear that the project is back on track, please contact me when your ready to have a sample tested of reviewed, I believe you have my email address on file.

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    wow , looking nice boy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccold View Post
    Hi all. We had some issues internally in the company. Our chief engineer had to leave the company and it put a pause on the project until we were able to find someone to replace him. About 3 weeks ago we were able to get the project back on track and we are close to completing the first beta unit for internal testing. Assuming that goes well, we will proceed to build add'l betas to send out. Be assured that we are still alive and kicking, and working hard with our limited resources to get this thing completed. Thanks for your patience and feel free to email us anytime with questions or concerns. info@compucold.com P.S. I re-posted this because the last one came out black and hard to read.
    Thanks Daren good to see your working it out and getting back on track, and Like Stan said please keep us posted on your progress

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    Is this thing noisy?

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    The compressor has some noise but not bad. The compressor is variable speed, so it gets louder when more cooling is needed, and will turn off when water reaches desired temp. There are plenty of fans that are louder. We'll get the experts opinions once I'm able to get the betas out.

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