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Homemade TIG Cooler

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Homemade TIG cooler fashioned from scrap aluminum sheet and powered by an HPLV pump. Utilizes a radiator coil and fan sourced from a surplus air conditioner and connected via fused switch. Coolant is housed in a 20-liter tank.
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