Here is a quick video of my walk-in cooler I built. We use a window unit along with a system called the Cool Bot. This thing cost around $1500 to build

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18 thoughts on “This A/C Can Get Down To 20 DEGREES IN 5 MINUTES

  1. Tynyyn says:

    You gonna make some jerky with that deer? Great idea on a cool room. Now just get all your stuff hooked up to solar panels. You are an inspiration to homesteaders.

  2. Patrick Finnegan says:

    Thanks for the nice video. I've seen those coolbot stirred actually pretty good but I'm just curious if I went to the trouble of building a freezer room is it possible to cool it down below freezing with a coolbot or is there another way of doing that economically. We like to have a cooling room but we'd also like to have a freezer room as well. Any words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated thank you sir

  3. Joshua Kiser says:

    A little late but FYI, you don't need a cool bot. Get a mechanical unit, bypass the built in thermostat by pulling the power wire that goes to the thermostat and wire nutting them together. That makes it run all the time when its plugged in. Get a plug in thermostat like a Johnson control or chinese knock off and your done. Can literally convert it over for 30-50 bucks. You can also use a regular refrigerator thermostat instead of jumping the original.

  4. Glenn Barnett says:

    The title of your video says it can cool down to 20 in 5 minutes, but in the video it's only 39. How cold can it actually get. I want to store honey frames in a cold room, but it needs to be closer to or below freezing. I would appreciate any information you can share about it's potential. Thank you

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