Freezer dip tray

DB360

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Feb 25, 2010
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CAPE CORAL, FL.
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For those who use there Coolmatic RPF 50 freezer and have the problem of condensation running down into the drawer and on to the rug like Niagara Falls, I fabricated a galvanized tray that fits on the freezer shelf and collects all the water and drains down to sump. There are few more details that I did to make this work, but after a one month cruise that is called the Florida Mini Loop this past June where the freezer held temp of around 14 deg to 18 deg F, I can say that all is dry where it should be!
Can't stop the condensation from happening, but at lease it is controlled.
Haven"t had any luck uploading pic's. MB VS. KB
Regards,
Dennis

P.S. s/b Freezer drip tray
 

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Do you have the specs on your creation? I'm having the same issues
 
Just saw your question. Will get the dimensions tomorrow for you.
 
Got a piece of galvanized sheet metal from H.D. Approximately 21" x 24". Made a jury rigged press brake and bent all edges and angles to fit tight over freezer shelf. Back drain angle was bent on the downward slope to allow any water to flow to the lower level. Used some A.C. duct work tape for the upper edge gaps on the sides. Also used some marine chalking to seal all gaps. Placed drain in the lowest part of the back area. Although I think the condensation evaporates before it makes it way to the drain. I found over time, that 2 screws into shelf were needed to hold tray from sliding back when replacing freezer.
Hope this helps
D
 

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