A Mobile Trailer for $3500, including the Trailer, CoolBot, and A/C unit
Pack N’Cool CoolBot Trailer Instructions write-up from North Carolina State. See the site for a price breakdown and photo journal with detailed plans!
A Mobile Trailer for $3,844, including the Trailer, CoolBot, and A/C unit
A really well done mobile cooler build from Evergood Farms! See the site for a price breakdown and photo journal with detailed plans.
DIY Restaurant Cooler
A 10′ x 12′ Restaurant Cooler for $3,715
This Maine restaurant has build a great walk-in cooler! Materials for the walk-in were about $3,000, the A/C was $400, and the CoolBot is $315. See the detailed plans!
University of Kentucky Cold Room
An 8′ x 8′ x 10′ Low-Cost Cooler
Note – we DO NOT RECOMMEND USING FIBERGLASS BATT FOR INSULATION!
However, if you are stuck with fiberglass batt for some reason, these plans are a great example of how to use it in a cooler. University of Kentucky did a great job drawing up and breaking down the detailed instructions for this cooler design. For anyone that is going to use these instructions, we recommend using at least another 3/4 inches of rigid foam insulation for a total of at least 1 1/2 inches. This can be added to the outside or inside of the cooler. Whichever way you go, make sure that you seal the seams completely to stop the moisture from getting into that fiberglass. If you’re using this plan, we strongly recommend adding a continuous sheet of polyethylene (carpenters plastic from Home Depot) installed as a vapor barrier between the fiberglass insulation and outside air. See the detailed plans!
Please keep in mind that these sites were put up by CoolBot users, NOT a Store It Cold employee. PLEASE do not contact them with questions regarding their build. If you have questions, please contact us and we can try and answer them for you. Thank you!