12 thoughts on “Plans, Components Now Available”

  1. This is by far the BEST ice chest cooler! The design makes so much sense! And the Best part for me is the portability . Can you please send me plans on how to make this ? And or even sell me a complete cooler. Thank you .

    1. Thanks for the comments, Bobby. I’m not planning on making these for sale at this point, but I do have build plans available at the shop link above.
      Thanks again,
      Bob

    1. Hello Jonathan, I posted plans available on this website last week. They list components, supplies, and step-by-step instructions with photos, illustrations, and diagrams.
      Bob

  2. I see from the pictures you are using the Ryobi 18V fan power supply to power the unit. Ryobi also sells the Hybrid fan that can use a battery or 120v wall power to run some of their tools. Would this work if you wanted an option to run off of wall power and battery power?

    1. Yes, I actually have been using that plug from their 18V work fan but unfortunately, the amp draw for a pump and two blowers exceeds the stock Ryobi fan, and on 110 the cooler will only run on very slow speeds, or not at all. I do believe, however, that having the option to turn off one blower would reduce amps enough to allow the 110 option – I’ll have to try it.
      Bob

  3. Good evening Sir, Your build is great. Ive been looking to make one of these for years but haven’t gotten around to eat. Your idea definitely inspires me to get it done sooner rather than later. However the link to get the build plans isn’t working for me, it continues to send me to the shop. Are the plans still available?

    1. Thank you for your comments. Sorry for the confusion, the plans are listed with other things under ‘Shop.’ I really need to make a button just for them in the menu –
      Thanks again,
      Bob

  4. Hello, love your plans what you’re doing there is amazing ! I was just curious and very very desperate to get some way to get cooled, I’ve been struggling with excessive heat temperatures because of where I worked for many years.And it still hasn’t changed. I looked at it the same bilge pump that you showed in some of what you put on the internet, and it appears that it is an 1100 gallon per hour bilge pump is that really correct…? And thank you again for what you are doing here, and for sharing your ideas. Have a blessing day.

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