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Keeping Your Shop Comfortably Cool 23 Apr 2008 08:15 #83313

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During this hot summer days what do you do to keep your shop not to cool but a comfortable place to play and surf? (Without using you AC).. Its gettin hot and hot in here...Any Suggestions to lessen the heat in our shops...

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Re:keeping it cool!! 23 Apr 2008 08:42 #83318

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sa panahon ngayon na mahina ang sales, kaka alangan mag AC kase baka abunado ka pa by the end of the month, pero satindi ng init ngayon nag AC pa din ako, yoko isapalaran ang PC ko sa pag titipid..

pero kung ayaw mong mag AC pero gusto mo hindi mainit sa shop mo wag kang magpa tambay sa loob ng shop ng hindi ng lalaro, so by that hindi masyado mainit inde pa amoy haring araw sa loob. hehe

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Re:keeping it cool!! 23 Apr 2008 08:47 #83321

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ako din AC kahit half lang tao lalo na pag afternoon pero minsan gabi na mainit pa din di ba

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Re:keeping it cool!! 23 Apr 2008 08:56 #83324

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dati hindi aircon shop ko ngayon summer napilitan ako mag-aircon dahil iba talaga init ngayon compare last year! last year natiis ko pero ngayon di ko na kaya! bonus ko na lang yun di bale na mahal electricity basta komportable nagbabantay! hehehe! wala naman kasi ako kahalinhinan magbantay sa shop eh!<br><br>Post edited by: vf8bullet, at: 2008/04/23 11:56

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Re:keeping it cool!! 23 Apr 2008 09:25 #83327

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planing to make my own evaporative cooler. ang mahal naman kasi ng nasa market kapag malaki.

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Re:keeping it cool!! 23 Apr 2008 10:33 #83332

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ohjomz wrote:

planing to make my own evaporative cooler. ang mahal naman kasi ng nasa market kapag malaki.


ganyan din ginawa ko dito sa shop ko. radiator ng car aircon sa likod tapos ung auxillary fan sa harap. ang pump nya gamit ko ung ginagamit sa aquarium. tapos may insulated water tank cya na pwede mo lagyan ng ice pero kahit di mo lagyan ng ice malamig din cya. wala ako ginastos dun kasi hiningi ko lang sa aking friendly neighborhood junk shop hehe. ako na rin nag-fabricate may welding machine kasi ako. natutuwa nga mga player ko tawag sakin McGyver
:D. next project ko nga solar-powered pc. wait ko lang dumating ung solar panel galing sa sister ko test ko kung feasible cya gamitin. nakuha ko kasi ung idea dun sa project ni Nicholas Negroponte na OLPC(one laptop per child) http://laptop.org/
there's no harm in trying, di ba? i'll update you guys how this works out, if at all. kailangan ko lang cguro all solid caps na mobo at low power consuming na cpu with lcd monitor para tatakbo na to. can you imagine the implications for us shop owners if this works?

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Re:keeping it cool!! 23 Apr 2008 11:08 #83338

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how about ung maglagay sa bubung ng exhaust vent just luke ung nakikita natin sa wharehoue sa bilog na umiikot

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Re:keeping it cool!! 23 Apr 2008 12:23 #83342

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ganyan din ginawa ko dito sa shop ko. radiator ng car aircon sa likod tapos ung auxillary fan sa harap. ang pump nya gamit ko ung ginagamit sa aquarium. tapos may insulated water tank cya na pwede mo lagyan ng ice pero kahit di mo lagyan ng ice malamig din cya. wala ako ginastos dun kasi hiningi ko lang sa aking friendly neighborhood junk shop hehe. ako na rin nag-fabricate may welding machine kasi ako. natutuwa nga mga player ko tawag sakin McGyver

isa kang tunay na mcGyver kasi wala ka gastos eh.

sakin ang balak ko 20inches fan para malakas tapos lagay ko sa wooden box na may yero sa loob sa ilalim para sa tubig, pump para syempre sa circulation ng water , at naghahanap pa ko ng Pads na maganda para sa likod at 2 sides.<br><br>Post edited by: ohjomz, at: 2008/04/23 21:26

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Re:keeping it cool!! 23 Apr 2008 12:42 #83343

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ok din sana yang radiator with circulating water. yun nga lang, pag medyo matagal na, di ba iinit na din yung tubig (syempre absorb nya yung heat eh)? so mainit yung ibubuga ng fan.

dapat may heat exchange na radiator din sa labas na may fan din para dun nya i-expell yung na-absorb nya na heat sa loob ng shop.

parang split type aircon, tubig nga lang instead of freon.

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Re:keeping it cool!! 24 Apr 2008 00:56 #83410

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ragenfury wrote:

ohjomz wrote:

planing to make my own evaporative cooler. ang mahal naman kasi ng nasa market kapag malaki.


ganyan din ginawa ko dito sa shop ko. radiator ng car aircon sa likod tapos ung auxillary fan sa harap. ang pump nya gamit ko ung ginagamit sa aquarium. tapos may insulated water tank cya na pwede mo lagyan ng ice pero kahit di mo lagyan ng ice malamig din cya. wala ako ginastos dun kasi hiningi ko lang sa aking friendly neighborhood junk shop hehe. ako na rin nag-fabricate may welding machine kasi ako. natutuwa nga mga player ko tawag sakin McGyver
:D. next project ko nga solar-powered pc. wait ko lang dumating ung solar panel galing sa sister ko test ko kung feasible cya gamitin. nakuha ko kasi ung idea dun sa project ni Nicholas Negroponte na OLPC(one laptop per child) http://laptop.org/
there's no harm in trying, di ba? i'll update you guys how this works out, if at all. kailangan ko lang cguro all solid caps na mobo at low power consuming na cpu with lcd monitor para tatakbo na to. can you imagine the implications for us shop owners if this works?


very interesting
puede paturo kng papaano ang mga steps? or pics lang?
try ko subukan dito
salamat

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