Tag Archive: Barrel Cooler

Chamber Chiller Releases a USB powered Chamber and Barrel Chiller

Chamber Chiller USB

Chamber Chiller recently announced the arrival of their new USB powered models. They are available in a variety of colors including yellow and orange to be used as chamber flags. They are powered by any USB power source including laptops, tablets and portable chargers like the Rayovac portable charger that can be added to your …

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Chamber Chiller HYBRID Pistol & Rifle Barrel Cooler

The idea behind Chamber Chiller HYBRID is simple: cool the chamber where heat often sinks into the loaded cartridge causing higher pressure, and deliver cool air down even the longest rifle barrel using a high-output fan. Impressive air volume moved at a high static pressure means much less time is needed for cooling-down, which equals quicker recovery to optimal operating temperatures.

Chamber Chiller Frequently Asked Questions

Chamber Chiller Frequently Asked Questions By Steven Flood This page answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the Chamber Chiller rifle barrel cooling fan device. If you have a new question, ask it in the comments and it might get added below: Q: What is a “Chamber Chiller”? A: Chamber Chiller is the …

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Chamber Chiller Nozzle Compatibility

Chamber Chiller BETA-60 v1.40 Rifle Barrel Cooler Prototype Design

This page is updated with the latest prototype nozzle compatibility with cartridge chambers as they are confirmed. If you do not see your cartridge listed below, please leave a comment and I will research for inclusion with a future update. Each model has its size range for cartridge rims published for reference.

Chamber Chiller Rifle Barrel Cooler Samples

Chamber Chiller BETA-50 v1.25 Rifle Barrel Cooler Prototype Design

The idea behind Chamber Chiller is simple: cool the chamber where heat often sinks into the loaded cartridge causing higher pressure, and deliver cool air down even the longest rifle barrel using a high-output fan. Impressive air volume moved at a high static pressure means much less time is needed for cooling-down, which equals quicker recovery to optimal operating temperatures.