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V-Tex Technology Chills Drinks in Seconds: Coldsnap

by Lambert Varias
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Microwave ovens let us heat food in seconds. Soon we’ll have a similar device to cool drinks. A British company called Enviro-Cool and its partners are working on a rapid cooling technology called V-Tex. A refrigerator using V-Tex can cool a canned drink in just 45 seconds. Screw hoverboards or jet packs, I want this fast fridge now.

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V-Tex refrigerators create rotate cans or bottles while cooling them in water to avoid forming slush. Apparently the fridges rotate drinks in such a way that carbonated drinks won’t build up pressure and explode when opened.

Here’s a chart that shows how fast the prototype can cool drinks. It’s clear that metal cans are the way to go, since they conduct thermal energy much better than glass.

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As much as I love novelty ice trays, I’d rather have a cold drink in a jiffy. Let’s hope this technology finds its way to consumer appliances soon.

[Enviro-Cool via TechEBlog & Geek]

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Comments (1):

  1. Harper L says:

    this exact same technology is the subject of a Kickstarter Campaign called the “Spin Chill” – link below:

    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1139594493/spin-chill-warmbeersucks?ref=live

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