Very good project. All i have to know is how much will cost to build one
for my home (smaller). This looks like commercial grade.
maybe you should braze the joints the next time they leak, or in future
builds. then you know for sure they won’t leak, assuming you brazed all the
way around properly. what do you use for domestic water?
Cant you just run a piece of flex-hose back and forth
How well does this heater work when it is 0°F outside? Have you tested the
exit temperature of the water?
that is a lot of money in copper, scrappers will love you !!!!
Very Nice video Thks!
Copper is VERY expensive today I am not sure you could get that done as
Like the video but you should not be using lead solder in a water system.
Excelente e instructivo video
true. i don’t know about prices, but aluminium could be a better choice,
and a good enough heat conductor.
Cheap is expensive. In this case, very expensive. You’d buy a condensing
combi boiler with all the valves, fittings, circulators, pipes and
thermostats for the price of this setup. Excellent conceptual work but
unfortunately it isn’t practical. By the way, why almost all smart people
so darn geeky?
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Nice job and good video but copper prices today would make this project
almost impossible to pay back in any reasonable time.
Are can be in those pipes-boil water. At a lower pressure. 123.5 hPa-50
Celsius. 23.4 hPa-20 Celsius.Stirling Engine + alternator = Electric
current.Somewhere where it’s warm. Kenya, Brazil, Philippines.
Thx a lot! Also chek 99FreeEnergyDevices web for some great instructional
I believe he only used it to conect the pipe to the pannel ..
Price of copper?
no importa el precio con el tiempo se recupera
Why not use a whole load of Yorkshire “T” fittings with reducers? Far less
work and perfect alignment.
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