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We use two small fridges (with the shelves removed) to control the fermentation temperature of our modified stainless steel fermentation buckets. They fit perfectly under one of our 24x48" stainless steel work tables with backsplash, with the lower shelf removed.
Two identical models are available that only differ in the style of shelving that is offered (which we remove anyway):
These two models are said to be discontinued, replaced by the following with the same dimensions but with a temperature range of 34-50F (not high enough for ale fermentation) instead of 39-64F:
Internal dimensions of the above models is: 15-3/8" wide, 27-3/8" high, and 17.5" deep. There is a compressor hump at the bottom back of the fridge which reduces the depth by 5-1/2" up to a height of 8-1/4".
Another option that is available is the following model that has a temperature range of 37-64F so even wider than the originals:
Internal dimensions of this Silhouette model is: 19-5/8" wide, 25-3/4" high, and 18" deep. There is a compressor hump at the bottom back of the fridge which reduces the depth by 5-3/4" up to a height of 4-1/4". The internal height is less but it is still enough to fit the fermenters we use with domed lid and blow-off tube (and even add dry hops) though we're told it is fairly tight (see pics). Thanks to forum user JeffW for the find!
For more information see our Fermenters guide.
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