Life Hack: Make Your Own Cabinet Cooler Using These Tips

The times we are living in call for one to have so many skills that will help you to save money in the long run. There are already so many bills that you are paying and it would be better if you could cut down on your spending by learning to do things for yourself. Most of the things that we think are difficult or even impossible to achieve on our own could very well be within our reach if we apply ourselves. Take the cabinet cooler with a perfect enclosure cooler for example. Seems like a tough one to pull off doesn’t it? Well, now you can make your own cabinet cooler if you use these simple steps.

1. Wood

You need to first get some wooden boxes that you would use for the cabinets. This should not be a difficult task. You probably have some furniture that fits the criteria which I doubt you will be using. Take those and make them the start of your individual project.

2. Fans

Get some fans that will be used to generate enough cool air to expel the hot air in your circuit boards. Depending on the equipment that you have, you will be able to tell the size of fans that you want as well as the number of fans. Once you have gotten the fans you are actually half way there.

3. Drill some holes

Measure the size of fans that you have gotten and get drill some holes of the same size as the fans on the wooden boxes that you got at the beginning of the process. Make sure all the fans can fit perfectly. The number of holes should of course be the same as the number of fans.

4. Wiring

The fans come with some wiring at the back so the only thing you have to do is to ensure that these wires run carefully through the box to a good source of power around the house. If you do not get this right then the whole process will have been a waste of your time.

5. Filters

A filter can be bought in any store that deals with appliances. It is important that you have a filter. Even though a cabinet cooler has cool and dry air, it is important that there are filters to protect it from any debris or any external contaminants such as dust and corrosive liquid in form of vapor.

6. Casing

This is the final step. Drill some holes on the boxes that are going to hold the casing that protects all the materials used by the help of some screws. Ensure the screws are well lubricated because you will be using a metal case.

 

 

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