Can anyone find pro pink 1.5″ ins? – Wow trip to home depot & lowes to no ava

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    Anonymous

    Hi , my first time here but i’m loving my 8 ft. kegger bar plans. the wife and i started on it last night and are at the step to add the PRO PINK R7.5 insulation 1.5″. went to lowes and home depot today no luck there. went to http://www.owenscorning.com and[url=http://www.owenscorning.com:vm5v11o2]owens corning[/url] they dont even show it on there web site. next is the pack of 1.5″ R5.5 foam cant find them either. and do you use them with the pro pink? And last the 2.7 cu. ft. fridge with external coils seems to be a thing of the past. looked at several now all are smooth back with internal coils. the only one i found is a 1.7 cu. ft. on clearance fo $58.00 but i think it may be too small. Any help on any of my issues would be helpfull. Tierd of #### beer cans and want my tap set up again. THANX TO ALL REPLYS Darrylgh

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    Darryl:

    Any hard foam insulation will do.
    The Owens Corning web site does include ProPink, http://www.owenscorning.com/around/insulation/products/propinkrigid.asp

    but ony the thinner stuff. But that’s OK..do the math and use 2 layers, each 3/4″ thick. The idea is simply to use ANY insulation you can find locally, then be sure to seal any other air spaces with spray foam.

    Always be sure you do not go overboard by making the inside smaller than 19″ since 18″ is the approx. diameter of a beer keg.

    Cheers!
    Steve

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