Heating а Tent with a Log Torch

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  • Published on:  Friday, June 14, 2019
  • This video will demonstrate how to heat up a camping tent using a stream of warm air from a metal pipe running through a Finnish log torch.
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    SAFETY DISCLAIMER: The tent-heating experiments shown in this video are meant for your information and entertainment purposes only. If you decide to replicate the log-torch- tent-heating methods shown in this video, please, follow Fire and Carbon Monoxide Safety at your own risk. Also, use portable CO2 and Carbon Monoxide detector inside the tent during the experiment at all times.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/QeHGDr81XwM


  • Gore Defex

    Gore Defex

     7 hours ago +1

    Look I appreciate the effort, and as an engineer I am always interested in "cool" and new things as well... However, I think you need a 2-3 hour crash course on the "probablistic" nature of the physics of gasses. The minute you said, "lets test out this pipe coming in to my tent to see if it warms things up, by having a nap"... you lost me. AWFUL idea. At least if you were awake you could feel light-headed, woozy and perhaps rectify the situation... but asleep?? Do you know what you'd say, if you awoke to a tent full of carbon monoxide and or a tent where all oxygen was pushed out by heavier gasses? Nothing... you'd be dead...

  • Jesse Green

    Jesse Green

     10 hours ago +1

    Add a couple peices more pipe, and another elbow to make a closed loop. Draw the air from the tent and heat it and re-deposit back into the tent. Then your heating the same air over and over again. That would be far more efficient. If you need fresh air you can open a window.

  • mladen83db


     11 hours ago

    Does the smoke come. In the tent,? How you position that pupe

  • Jon Motes

    Jon Motes

     13 hours ago

    Wow great video!

  • Cobra77775


     18 hours ago

    Can you send me one of those Finnish axes?

  • Roman Haritonov

    Roman Haritonov

     22 hours ago +1

    Максим детектед!))))

  • April Rain

    April Rain

     yesterday +1

    You’re good!!! I hope my daughter marries a man like you!

  • ravin747



    very,very,very cool loved it

  • Red Rooster

    Red Rooster

     yesterday +1

    swedish torch NOT finnish my friend 🙏🤓

  • Blue Sky

    Blue Sky

     2 days ago

    with regards to what you can use it for if you extinguish it, I thought a toilet seat would be cool.

  • TheMLGButthole


     2 days ago

    Make the pipes into different diameters so you can put them into one another. Maybe so they can screw into one abother :)

  • Charles walter

    Charles walter

     2 days ago

    Hey, I'm thinkin' that burned out fire torch could make a decent crapper. Just a thought.

  • light giver

    light giver

     2 days ago

    Maybe use a green log to last longer

  • The Wudarian

    The Wudarian

     2 days ago +2

    take the 3 log peices apart. stain/finish the burnt wood.. rill a hole in one. put them together with led light, clear apoxy top and bottom and mini table

  • carl h

    carl h

     2 days ago +2

    You can use the extinguished log stand as an outdoor comode..

  • Gooogle


     3 days ago

    Beats bear grylls fake shite... 💯😂😂😂

  • David Cartier

    David Cartier

     3 days ago

    If those aren’t the nicest fucking logs I’ve ever seen.

  • JPM Designs LLC.

    JPM Designs LLC.

     3 days ago

    Once you go vertical kabob you never go back

  • jwilson3437


     3 days ago +6

    Didn't bring a shovel, but brought wire, pliers, nails, axe, tent, pipe, etc?

  • Tim Waddell

    Tim Waddell

     3 days ago

    Great content and videos. Thank you from America!