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    This is a recent project I just completed for a redo of my watercooling hosted on my channel: Evaporative Cooling Tower - YouTube

    Let me know what you guys think.

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    Default Re: Evaporative cooling tower

    If I'm not mistaken, this is sort of a small scale version of an industrial type chiller for large buildings right? Sounds fun and seems like a good way to drop some temps.
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    Default Re: Evaporative cooling tower

    The basic design is as you described and considering I used to work on those makes sense I would do something similar.
    Saw your comment, I do plan on making another vid later on with results from it but may be awhile before I can get around to it.

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    Default Re: Evaporative cooling tower

    That's pretty cool no pun intended thanks for sharing

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    Default Re: Evaporative cooling tower

    No prob and happy to share guys.
    There may be a few changes I'll do later but ATM the focus is just keeping it in good condition and to watch and see how it does and for any potential problems it may develop I haven't been able to predict. For now it's all working just fine and the one thing I know I'll have to do is get the switch for the blower setup and remove the circuit board on the fan.

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