I'm just wondering. Based on a lot of manuals I'm reading, coil-style jockey boxes usually have water and ice with the coil submerged. However, cold plates are only supposed to be submerged in ice. Why is this?
I'm assuming it's that if there was water, the bottom of the cold plate might touch the bottom of the cooler and not get as much cold-temp surface area. Or is there another reason? thanks!