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Homesteading Refrigerator to Die With –Part 5 – Passively Conducting Heat

Now that we’ve covered the desire to build a well insulated refrigerator and freezer, as well as the advantages associated with living in a cold climate where ice can be produced passively, it’s time to move on to the detail

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Posted in Refrigeration, Refrigerator

Homesteading Refrigerator to Die With –Part 4– The Scott Nielsen Ice Refrigerator

Article from “Rodale’s New Shelter”, July-August, 1981 Zoom your browser in to make it easier to read!     Up Next We’ll be getting into the design considerations of two-phase thermosiphons, building a passive refrigerator, and other opportunities with having

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Posted in The Squatch

Designing a Refrigerator at 55mph

I have purpose.  Purpose is good. I’m building a refrigerator.  The question I get asked most often is, “Why don’t you just go buy a refrigerator?”.  They just don’t get it.  I understand that it is an unusual hobby, but

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Posted in Philosophy, Refrigeration, Refrigerator

Refrigeration Test Bench – Part I

This post is going to be a bit long because it will be largely media, since I’ve done no writing for the last several months and have been busy in my shop.  I will let the pictures and videos do

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Posted in Refrigeration

Refrigeration – Back at it!

  Oh my; where to start?  I’ve been away from the blog so long, and have so much to discuss, I fear I know not where to start.  I’ve written quite a bit about refrigeration in the past, but that

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Posted in Dehumidifiers, Hot Water, Personal, Philosophy, Refrigeration, Refrigerator

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