Cold Factor Yskaste

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Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by EdwardWT » 24 Nov 2015 14:15

Het enige iemand ondervinding van hierdie spesifieke yskaste? Ek wil yskas koop, hulle prys lyk nie sleg nie teen R5000 vir 70l maar ek wil n ou nie 'n kat in die sak koop nie.
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Re: Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by Tinus lotz » 24 Nov 2015 14:18

Nog nooit van hulle gehoor nie ek ken snomaster nl en engel het jy n link?

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Re: Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by EdwardWT » 24 Nov 2015 14:23

Kyk op www.coldfactor.co.za groottes en pryse daar beskikbaar. Waarna moet daar gekyk word as jy yskas kies? Hierdie ouens se goed werk op 220V, 12V en gas

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Re: Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by Tinus lotz » 24 Nov 2015 14:56

Nee kos daai met n lang paal as jy wil n yskas in jou kar ry .....12v compressor run nie n amoniak heat exchanger nie baie swaar op krag kan ook net 37 deg onder ambient gaan in ideal situasies koop n compressor een

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Re: Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by ricster » 24 Nov 2015 14:58

I also don't know them at all... and must say that for me best value for money is still the Snomaster.

Speak to Johann Carstens from Snomaster ( I've known him for many years when he was still with C-tek) and I'm sure he can give you some good advice ( PM me if you want his number )
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Re: Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by Dr Chris » 10 Mar 2016 09:36

Good morning everybody!
Greetings from Swaziland and one of gems of Africa to live in!! Wow, what a beautiful, peaceful country and and very little if any crime!! At Malkerns the rain come daily too!
We have moved since 2015 and still drive our patrol and hard body, the latter daily and the former for the off road and boat.
Sadly there is little if any desire at present to use the boat, and our last effort was disastrous at Jozini with the worst sand storms we have ever experienced only in Mozambique, Zululand and locally at the various camps and dams as well.
The only time we had a problem was with the gas lighting, but this was was quickly sorted out by a local gas man here in Swaziland.

Ek wil graag net byvoeg dat ons eenheid is 'n vrieskas,, en nie 'n yskas nie, en die verkoelings pype (met gas as energie bron), agter kan baie warm word - so wees versigtig! Ons gebruik dit wel as 'n yskas, en hou die Engel toe vir gevriesde goed. Maak die bier lekker koud!
Ek dink die parte ens, en ook herstel is plaaslik, en in in RSA maklik om te bewerkstellig, want die eenhede is gemaak in RSA?
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Re: Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by Peter Connan » 10 Mar 2016 17:05

Hey Dr. Chris, sorry for the OT, but did you realize we're all going to be in your back yard in two week's time?

Come join us?

viewtopic.php?f=61&t=5832
Mag ons ons kenniskry met lekkerkry aanhoukry.

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Re: Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by Dr Chris » 11 Mar 2016 07:45

Hi Peter,
Nice to hear from you!
Regrettably we are committed this weekend and also my beloved Patrol is grounded with a burst radiator pipe. ((unbelievable history, starter motor and radiator - that's all after 11 years!)
I had hoped Rick down at Big bend could have gone but he is also committed, and so we have to give it a miss.
Hey enjoy our fantastic rains, and this beautiful country! I am truly sorry I did not see this event, it was only after someone had mentioned that there was a query about cold factor fridges that I actually looked!
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Re: Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by SJC » 11 Mar 2016 12:17

Dr Chris wrote:Hi Peter,
Nice to hear from you!
Regrettably we are committed this weekend and also my beloved Patrol is grounded with a burst radiator pipe. ((unbelievable history, starter motor and radiator - that's all after 11 years!)
I had hoped Rick down at Big bend could have gone but he is also committed, and so we have to give it a miss.
Hey enjoy our fantastic rains, and this beautiful country! I am truly sorry I did not see this event, it was only after someone had mentioned that there was a query about cold factor fridges that I actually looked!
Regards,
Chris
It's been raining the whole week here by us in Sabie. What is weather like there in Swaziland at the moment and the prediction for next week?
Seems like it is going to be wet and muddy next weekend :blonde:

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Re: Cold Factor Yskaste

Post by Tinus lotz » 11 Mar 2016 14:05

Kom nou Fanus jy het n bietjie modder nodig om daai koolstoof se agter wiele te spin.....lol :rolling:
Is jy nou bang???? :lol:

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