Can anyone ID this freezer brand/model? Clue of era it was manufactured? Friend sent me the pics but it is 100 miles away want to take a stab here before making the drive. Thanks all!
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I can not help with the ID. Everyone knows I have this "bee in my bonnet" about galvanised. NO! there is no scientific proof to back me up; I just would not use it. IF you can confirm the interior is stainless and not galvanised, depending on price; I'd drive 200 miles to get it! It looks in good shape. Good luck.
So I pick the unit up working for < $100... Turns out it is an all aluminium Cres-cor frig. I have removed the insulation thus far.
Heating source: 18 cu.ft interior
I have pondered both DIY and manufactured units (SmokeDaddy Pro). At this point I am leaning towards a PID controlled 220v / 4000w build with this element: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01720VXQA/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A4NN5FFNNK8QR this will fit nicely in the newly vacated compressor compartment.
I like the idea of a automatic PID controlled gas/LP powered rig but that seems a little more involved.
I have read just about every post on here concerning electric builds from 110v/1500w to 220v/5000w. I am wanting to hear from the experienced builders here to give there 2 pennies... Post away!
Hello. I can't help with the PID. I am still using caveman style. I know the PID's are popular. Glad. you got that unit. Looks like it will make a cracking smoker. Good luck. Keep Smokin!
Yes... Compressor is on my shop floor now ;)