How to Build a Super Cooler. DIY Green Energy Ice Chest

How to Build a Super Cooler. DIY Green Energy Ice Chest

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by Dan Martin
     
 
Guide to Build a SUPER COOLER for less then $30, set in an Easy to Read. 8-step Beginners level format (process made simple), So that EVERYONE, ANYONE, EVERYWHERE can enjoy the benefits of Cheaper, Healthier, Cleaner & more Efficient Environment.

The guide even includes a quick explanation of thermo dynamics, links to purchase parts & supplies, & helpful

Overview

Guide to Build a SUPER COOLER for less then $30, set in an Easy to Read. 8-step Beginners level format (process made simple), So that EVERYONE, ANYONE, EVERYWHERE can enjoy the benefits of Cheaper, Healthier, Cleaner & more Efficient Environment.

The guide even includes a quick explanation of thermo dynamics, links to purchase parts & supplies, & helpful hints to get your SUPER COOLER built smoothly in as little as 1 day.

THIS SUPER COOLER CAN BE IN ANY SIZE YOU DESIRE, FROM HOLDING 6 CANS TO A GAME FISH SIZE CHEST MEASURING 2ft X 4ft (id), CAN BE USED IN ANY REGION, ANY TEMPERATURES & ADAPTED TO BE ANY SIZE.

How It Works?

The methods are extremely simple, making the process possible for anyone, everyone, ANYWHERE.

There is 1 project for The Beginner (“How-to Build a SUPER COOLER”), facilitating different methods in constructing:

The Outer Chamber
The Inner Chamber
Complete Insulation

The Coolers are portable & can be easily set in a vehicle or in your home.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014716284
Publisher:
Agua-Luna.com
Publication date:
06/15/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
451,538
File size:
420 KB

Meet the Author

Dan Martin lived 100% off-the-grid, completely cut-off from society. There were no electric lines, no telephone lines, no garbage or sewer service, no mail, no city water, no cell service, not even a road to the property. Dan built their home alone in the shape of an octagon without walls, completely open to the surrounding landscape so that they could live 'with' nature. They lived off rain water catchment, raised, bred and slaughtered goats, chickens, catfish, turkeys and ducks for food, made their own fuel and grew underground hydroponic fruits and vegetables.

Dan Martin became a consultant performing hundreds of similar sustainable living projects, teaching others about making their own renewable fuels and ways to harness alternative energies, along with building with natural materials and living independently. He has designed and overseen dozens of projects for governmental agencies as well as private corporations and overseas clients.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A dug in den that is The Med Cat Den in this room is full of herbs on the walls. There is a table made out of hardend dirt and soft moss on the top of it.