A small blast chiller (aka a chiller) is a device that is smaller than most of the devices we use for household tasks. When you first buy a small blast chiller, you should immediately realize that it is a great investment. It’s a great way to conserve energy while still enjoying the convenience of having a whole lot of air circulating in an area.
I’ve had the pleasure of using a few small blast chillers in the past. They are great for when you want to make ice and have an ice machine, or even when you want to keep your coffee cold. But these are also great to have in your home because they are small devices. They are compact enough to fit in the freezer to have ice for that special summer time, and they are small enough that they are easy to store and transport.
To use a small blast chiller, you need a pump. For our small blast chiller we have a pump that fits in our freezer, and for the other 2 coolers we have a pump that fits in our fridge. So if you wanted to make ice, you would place the pump in your freezer and fill it with ice. Then put the pump in your fridge and pump the ice in there.
I am so excited to have a small blast chiller for freezer ice.
The last time I used one of these I accidentally pumped out the ice all over the floor. But it seems like a much better idea to pump it into the freezer when you have more room. It’s also a better idea to put a pump in the freezer than in your fridge because ice is a much nicer drink when it’s in the freezer.
If you have a freezer, you can pump ice from the freezer into your freezer, fridge, and kitchen in one go. This is done so you can have ice with your drinks and stuff in the fridge.
This is especially handy if you have a freezer, fridge, and a kitchen that all share a water source. A bit of ice in the freezer will actually chill your drinks. And ice in the kitchen will chill your food. I don’t know why I am getting all hot and bothered about this.
The chiller method is extremely efficient. I can just go into my kitchen, put some ice into a glass, and then pour the chilled drink right into my freezer. It’s like I’m throwing my drinks into my freezer instead of putting them in the fridge.
I am not sure if anyone else has figured this out yet, but I can’t figure out why this works. In theory, the ice should melt the beverage, and the beverage should be chilled by the ice. In practice, there is a small temperature drop at a certain point. I’m not sure why this is.