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12 thoughts on “Vegetable Walk-in Cooler on Wheels via Coolbot

  1. rlund3 says:

    That's genius. I know a guy that worked in a commercial trailer manufacturer and in their reefers the test they used was keeping a 55 gallon drum of water from freezing with a candle in the winter.He claimed it never froze.

  2. MicroUrb says:

    Thank you for this video Diego. I will need a walk-in cooler as my business scales next year and I can't have a walk-in cooler like Curtis because I do not own my home. This is extremely helpful.

  3. Stephen Douglass says:

    Great video, Diego. I happened to be looking for a used enclosed trailer on craigslist just before I saw this. I was planning on less insulation than that, but not anymore. One thing, I'm curious how you insulate the floor. Do you have to put little "spacer joists (2x2s maybe) with insulation in between and plywood over top? Or is the insulation sturdy enough to walk on when covered with plywood?

  4. J C says:

    If you are building something like this, make sure axle and wheels are in good shape when buying used… lay down radiant barrier foam panels and then a floor, or pay to have the entire bottom of your trailer insulated and waterproofed with spray foam to cut down on headspace reduction of insulating reefer box. If you pack a trailer, do not pack it like it was shown intially. those reefer trailers, like home refrigerators, rely on air circulation or they get hot and cold spots, condensation and tendencies towards mold and other enviromental conditions that make product spoil faster . Leave plenty of air space around items and use fans to circulate air from high to low and side to side. Check out figure 8 oscillating wall mount fans for fairly cheap alternative to ventilations systems, although in a small space like that you may need something other than a small ac unit to allow ventilation.

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