I am trying to get my glycol line and tap system up and running. I am trying to save a few bucks on the fridge. Plus I need it to fit 4 sixtels. I am thinking that a chest freezer with a temperature modifying attachment will work. Has any one used a chest freezer with a temperature modifying attachment? Can anyone recommend a place to purchase them from?
Great for turning a chest freezer into a keg refrigerator
Easy to set up and use
Plug unit into wall and then run the sensor into your freezer
Use this handy controller to regulate the temperature in your freezer between 20 - 80F . Great for turning a chest freezer into a keg refrigerator. Strictly a mechanical thermostat for cooling only, it is simple to use and economical. It operates with a gas filled probe on a 6-foot capillary tube. When the gas contracts or expands in the probe, it triggers a mechanical device inside the control which turns the power on or off. There is no probe temperature readout on the dial, so keeping a thermometer inside the refrigerator is highly recommended to keep track of the actual temperature. On most refrigerators, the controller will allow a usable range of 37 to 80 F, while on freezers, the controller will be able to reach its full 20 to 80 F range. Features: Made of stainless steel. Adjustable with the turn of a knob. No drilling necessary. Plug unit into wall and then run the sensor into your freezer. Male and female plug in one. Specs: Temperature dimensions: 4 3/8" H x 2 1/8" W x 1 1/2" D. Cord dimensions: 6’. Remote sensor bulb: 5 1/2"W. Remote sensor bulb capillary tube: 6’. Temperature range: 20 - 80F. Voltage: 120 VAC.